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Fourteenth Ycnr-No. 3,7 13"
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1919
Price, Five Cents
i 111 OUT OF
I BIT CUT
CORN CROP AT FORT
KLAMATH A SUCCESS
' IaihIIo Roger, i: II Hemmm
(luorKo Walt, Mill Hough nml Joo
Ciiiiniiinon constituted it parly that
visited Fort Klimiiitli yesterday on
liilMlncinn, Wlillii tlutru tint)' took oc
casion to visit u n inn lur of ranches
In that unction unit worn treated to ,
u Ki'out HUrprlun ut thn L. H. Denton
1 Ilium. Mr, Dnittnii In trying to smash
1 precedent by growing viKtalilni). I
Tint micciw hit him mnt with U nur
mist imwiw cfoorcramv
IP TONNAGE; EAGER HERS'
C. P. HOLT FINED FOR
! uavimp nrco UPAT I
IN HIS POSSESSION
Tractor manufacturers, llko other
men, are not Immune to hunting for
bidden came out of season. In proof,
I of IIiIh, C. P. Holt, of the Holt man-l
Hi,) m Two Brothers llar llrrn Actlvo In ; ufacturing company, at Stockton, Called for the l'urpoo of Hearing F.,
I. -l P.ralvze Traffic in I'rUlnit ovuryonu In thi. Fort country.
5triW ."'- i:f; for II has (inn of tho host vuxutahln
Souincrn w -
Hnii Franclm. Miint Increitxe Hlilp
pliiK I'uillltli'M 4i Hold Triuln Hii
premiuy In Houth America.
, gardens In tliti county. Ono of tho big
surprises counuctitd with It U his crop
Hognrji state la
HAN FRANCISCO, Aug 27.
KhlppliiK facilities connuctlnK this
Great Britain's Affair for .Many Calif., was fined 2G and costs by I
VrarH OrlRlnnlly From Heotliuid I Justice Chapman, for having deer'
Hut Ijitcr From America.
-. .r- uiUIMCNT"1' c"rn- w,,lr'' Mr
li DL ltr !1Y11T111111 . ...i i I tit ....
llv i. . v .. . . . trul nml Houth Amur ca will have to.Uenuwi lumiiy.
- I Ittrttf In riiriltttr AVltnr innnl n wild n ...
LONDON, Aug. 27. Ono of the
useful discoveries which the war has
Nation! Thief" for
if.j..M tn I'miIji Mm
torarn i "" ' t
B fiiiornl I" liiimwl'"'" i"
flurf Will H TnkiM Grand Jury,
fill IsrollKiK" f"ltllnic of Mnt I
view to developing It a an ensllagn
WAIMJKl', Islnmt of Maul, T. H.
siv FRANOI.-H'O. Aug. 37. Ad- Aug. 27. Slnco tint Influenza opl-
dty with the western pons of Cnr-.K'ven to the British nation is the
Hlr Eric Gcddes, as
Increased very materially in the1 minister of ways and communlca-
tienr future. If thn business innn ofjtlons .anil Hlr Auckland Geddcs, aa
thu Pacific Coast expect to maintain president of the board of trade, are
their trade supremacy In the western j at the head of the two foremost de
duction of the countries affect' I ac-jPartmonls engaged In the great work
cording to it statement given our. to-'' reconstruction, while their Bister
day by llenno Henoch, thu Latin-. Is commandant of the Woman's Iloy-
Mnerlcnii Finance & Commerce Com-! nl Air Force, with a seml-mllltary
C. Ilramwrll, Who Is Consider
to IJo One of the I,lvet Jtoontea
meat In his possession. Mr. Holt in the Htate.
plead guilty to the charge and paid '
A case In the justice court of the' A Bpeclal meeting of the Business
Btato vs. w. M. Dewey, for taking Men'8 Association will be held In tk
and using a car without permission, , C,ljr IaU tomorrow evening, at which
was settled yesterday afternoon. Mr.P- S' nrmwe ' Gt ?"" "
iaiK 10 me memoers. Air. uramweu
Dewey was found guilty and fined
(25 and costs.
Two assault and battery cases
were settled by Judge Chapman this
week. George Isaacs was lined $25
and costs for assault upon Oliver
Jefferson. McKinley Jackson was
fined $S0 and costs for assaulting
puny. Mr Hrhnch says that Great 'organization of soverul hundred un-jMttr' Cowcn.
.iiiBil complications were added to ilmiile of last winter, tint spread of.llrltaln and other Kuropenn nations, I"'- her control.
lit rllrod tri; that has lied up tuberculosis on Maul has becomn ! are now entering that held with vLr The Gcddes brothers come from
i cmihrn! IMclllr trairir itnout iiniriiiiiig nun u tins iirun neoineii an- .itroiiK i om!tltlon ocuuuuu, miicii in upi iu uu u K"ur
11 vv"- ......... ...
E. J. Clark, arrested for petty lar
ceny was later examined by Drs. A.
A. Soule and Geo. Merryman, and
is owner of one of the biggest hard
ware establishments' in Southern
Oregon, he Is heavily Interested te
the banking bnsiness, and is an oin
er of much land in this state. Not
withstanding this fact, he finds ubm
enough to comply with the earnest
request of the State Chamber of. Com
merce to help with the work of build
ing up Oregon. He has been a parti
cularly good friend of Klamath Coun
ty and It Is due to bis effort:; that it
... ...!.. In 11... luml f1V llnV. V Hn bill tl) llllll I thu CaiiacltV Of till) fin. murki.l m lln. wxuli.ru rniiHl anted Of SUCCeBM. anil lieforo the War !' """." iiwuue. lie county h A tY, illanllnn snil rnnatA.
riih the annulttiK of all eimt bound Kiln sanitarium. To meet thu cost of of South America loglrally belongs they were almost unknown beyond Court tnen took the case in hand, eration lt na3 wJtn tno powers that
T-HJ HV . ..... . . . ... .. . . .... .... ntui will rnrnmlt tltn .!,... I--
Ub( lo'Uy thn work It is planned to rntso .r.,- , ...tmrns ilolni; iuIih-h thrtnirh l' "rcics in ineir own proiessions. -- "" ''""cul lu l"e be loth in Portland and Salem.
Tnlai runnlnK to I'ortlnnd have 000 by public subscriptions. Ite- t. p. rl of San Friinrlsro " says A.i
Sir Krle (leildes was a railroad mill- ' "obltal at Salem.
Va illiconllmicil iiIiihk with many ports of tontiiKluus diseases to thu Srhoeh "And If desire to .' I 'nger, and railroad magiiates do not;
otlfrt.No rail traffic Is handled out Muni board of liunlth show that CO our share of it, we iiiiihi provide li Imbl ho largo a place in the public'
t hre except the suburban going per cent are tuberculoids, which Is m.-diately the tonnage In nhlps to '' "' Knglnnd aH they do In Anier-,
l:cn t Oakland Mole. "Blubs" art responslliln for Miven times as mnny i ir0nrly supply the products tin-' ' 'ca: smaller than p bishop or muster
WtinrnJc up In Sacramento as sub- deaths on Maul as typhoid or leprosy. ' , ,r,,i ,,.,mimln. Several dlht 'et of fox hound, which last Is about;
itiutM for the Sati Francisco trnlns -- 'lines betneen JnpuneHu and Smith the most purple pinnacle of dlstlnc-;
tbat mike tho northern trip. Illll 0011 lllll I Ametlran purts recently have bteji Hon.
rrom all accounts the railroad lllll I W 1 1 111 f III I entabllshed " Sir Auckland Geddcs was profess-
A movement to secure more ships, or of anatomy at McGIII University
for South America through tho Fed-,'" Toronto, lloth of them acknow-
eral shipping board Is advocated hylugL a debt to tho Invigorating at
BUS NESS MEN
! Irotktthortcl men went nut as Individ-
tV, ipparently wlthoiK official
Tteitrlkennnounciid later In tho
dirhoneter, that they were striking
ItirmMlhr with the railroad strlk-
! n of Southern Ccllfornln. who In I WASHINGTON, I) t . Aug 27
ten hire (truck In behalf of tho President Wilson will begin liU I'a
tt bo lelt tticlr pouts with tho I.os cjfc (;Bi trip as soon as the details
Auelw Interurb-tn railways. Ir , arranged.
( lt will probably be ten days or two
LOSAXOKI.KH, Aug. 27 Tho fed-' W(M,j,B before ilefliilta plans have
nl grand Jury convened today for .M u,. rcordlng to Joseph V
UnjurpoM of Inquiring Into tho al- Tumulty, tho President's private sec
lfjtd ibandotiment of the train yes- r,,rj-.
ttrdi; carrying thu malls at Cotton
tf lh trainmen who Joined thu
laitructloni were Issued by tho na-
tlotil chiefs of thu "Illg Four"
krthfrhooli to thu local officers to
rttcrn to work
A meeting will lio called Immedl
i!l; to cnmliler the order. Opinion
prevails amoiic tti strikers th.it thu
crdr will l,o iKiuircd.
WASIUNOTON'. Aug 27 -Senator
Unroot, of Wisconsin Introduced a
bill In the Pennte today for the run
Mlidttlon (if thu railroads Into one
Wlntelr oitnwl sysiem with it inlnl
Mn of earnings giiumnteed
Hii plan Included uiiinar.unieiit by
wnrlty holders the public and em
Uo). lth a iir.ivl.'ou tor the ahar
IttOfnicIl picfl't letnnun thu M1-
Hcnd tho eniiliies It differs riid'
y from the I'liiuib plan.
WAY AT STAN FORD
STAXPOllI) INIVnitSITY, Aug.
'A doparttiiont of military aclenco
tactics has been established lit
"janford University and will bo com
fWc'jr orcanlzml ami In working o.
, ' b)r 0ct0,1r. when tho fall o.uiir
" ""'" Forty coniinlsslonod and
""Mmmtalonoil offlcow and on-
d men have been assigned by tho
department to constitute tho por
WMtt Pononnol of tho lnstructlnK
Jmblctl. Special attontlon
il . "'"" '" th0 BOlectln
,7; ,r ,,, ,,r,,1,nr' "'"t to
"a,e Polo team.
t, :: nc ' ' cmn..
Thu nation's chief extent he will
rovlew ilui Heel In Han Francisco en
WILL BE AWARDED
Ull.li cm'STKCUT WACiON ItOAD.
NENANA, Alaska. Aug. 27. Ono
hundred men havo been ordered put
at work aa soon aa posslblo on the, eminent service was for tho organ-
ruosphcro of the North American
continent, where Eric first worked
as a lumberman and later had his
first railroading lessons on tho Hal
tlmoro & Ohio.
Sir Eric's first billet in tho gov-
construction of a thirty-five mile
wagon road to run from tho end ot
sleul on tho government railroad at
Mgulto to Carlo creek, near tho
llroad Pass summit. Tho Carlo creok
end ot tho road will glvo connection
with tho end of steel on tho coast div
ision of tho nillroul. This will insuro
Ixatlon and management of thu nun
dreds of miles of railroad lines be-
hind tho British army In France,
which ho pulled out of something
llko chaos, where regular staff offi
cers had left it. Then ho succeeded
Arthur Halfour ut tho head of the
Admiralty at a time when there wore
communication tho year round
iweeii tho coast and Nouana.
l,c. complaints that the navy was In the
ILL SET DATE
i The coming of Mr Hramwell is the
' result of urgent appeals from a num
! ber of business men here who are
J familiar with what he has done and Is
I trying to do. His talk tomorrow night
, will have to do only with the new pro
gram that Is being mapped out by the
t State Chamber of Commerce. Aa b
1 puts it. .he la "not passing the hat"
for any proposition, but will talk
I only upon matters that will be of
The exact date of tho visit of the ' deep lnterest t0 tne business men."
trade excursion of the Portland busl-; Property ownors and farmers of the
ness men to Klamath Falls will be ' c"nty. In speaking about this oppor
dotermlned at a meeting this week, j tunlty to hear -r. Bramwell, Mr.
according to advices received from ' Sonera, president of the Business
tho Rose City. i Men's association said:
Arrival la scheduled for the latter J We are particularly fortunate la
part of September. The following ! being able to hear Mr. Bramwell tor
committee of Portland business men two reasens: First he is one of th
has been appointed by David T. Hon- best friends Klamath county has Im
oyman, chairman of the Jobbers" Oregon. He has never missed an on-
committee of tho Portland Chamber portunlty to help us when we needed
help, and lt was this reason that
prompted the move to get him ta
lTitniAsi: m:v iiemi:
, business tinnsurtlon as closed
today by the Smith Realty oiimpan).
Valuable cash prizes and titer
rhandlsu will hit awarded to tho win
iters of thu various games mid races j wnjt. the home mil J. I. Morrow
that urn schedillud for Ijtbur Day. In !. bought by Mr and Mis. A. J
conjunction with celebration being e. Thu house lh the one In which
staged by the local hoxmnkers iiilll-U,. , ir Voye have made their
men's and other imlon.-i.
Footraces. Including sprinting, fat
man's race and Id yclu races are only
a fow of tho maiiy fonlimw of thu
day's unturtalniiiunt. An added at
traction In tlio nature of a tug-of-wnr
between tho local Carpenters and
boxmiiliors will llkowlso bo put on.
Full program for the day will bo nn
iioiiuced on Saturday.
WILL NOT TALK OVER
MATTERS WITH UNION
NEW YOUK. AUK -'7 - -Elbert
Oiry. tlmlriiinn of the t'nlixl States
Ktcol Corporation, notified the Amer
ican Federation of Labor thin lib.
corporation wnuld decline to diMtist.
htnilnoHH relations with Hade unloiis
iih Biieh. The 1-Vdeintloii of Labor
has been orKanli-.Ing tho workers in
the Iron and Bteol Industry.
GOVEU.VOH OM'O'IT HH'ITHXS
i'hom EXEt't'Tivi: mi:i:tixj
. has been ltvtRnnlfrt as tho
Malor u l"H,rilt',l0 staff, wltn I
Kdwar.1 m.." 'T: ""'1 Cft,Un"1 Hutngod his nttltudo.
p.t. wn ""
SALEM, Aug. 27. Governor 01
cott rotiirnuil from Salt Laku today
following tho eonfurenco ot govoni
ors that was held in tho Moimoii
Govornor Olcott suld ho had Joined
tho other governors In docldlng to
call iipeclal bohhIohh to ratify woman
HUffrngo. Ho doelatvd ho Had not
. .w I'UIIIIIUU,
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8AMpiiv '"j"'' "IT,,,,
.on.lnC,aCO- Aug. 27,-Telo-
hTon 0t matR Wash-
"WeS. faclri Telephone & Tele-
. trike voto win bo taken. '
It wiih ropurtml hero that State
Printer Arthur V. Lawrtmco will re
Hlgn his post, owing to differences
with tho govornor.
1IUN8 HKKK POTASH llKI.HS
AVEIMAH, Aug. 27. Tho potash
commlttoo of tho nssombly have pio
nontod a hill which provides pormls
alon to oxport potnsh to Swltzorlana
nnd Scanillnnvlu. Loss of thn Alsaco
fields and tho discovery of potnsh In
Spain make tho outlook for Ger
many ratjipr gloomy.
home nlnce their marriage.
There Is uory possibility of mak
ing this one of the nionl attractive
homes In the city, and the new own
er will leave nothing unilono that
will luiproie the lol In every way
Thu t,ale Included both the large
terraied lot and well built two stoiy
TllltKi: AVIATOUS Al'.HIVi:
Max S. HIrsch, V. H. MItchel. Na
than Strauss, O. H. Fithian, John S. (give us a talk. Second, ho Is a 11t
Benll, W. H. Beharrell. Jay Smith, F. i wire, a hard-headed business maa
M. Seller. Elgar Sensenlch, H. F. twho tells us from the standpoint ot
hands of a rather hidebound board 'Tage, Edward Ehrman, B. C. Darnell, practical personal experience just
'of admirals, and needed more ginger j K. H. Crawford nnd C. G. Tenger. jwnat we want to hear. We have had
' which it got. Reservations nro being taken at the ( two good talks hero audi following
Sir Auckland entered public life Chamber of 'Commerce office now. each there was not a business man
In the uniform of a prlvato soldier. Tentative plans for the trade ex- who 'did not declare himself greatly
but ho soon graduated to the war cnrslon havo been made, and call for . heneflted and urged that the experi
olllco to be Lord Derby's right hand a vls,t to Hoseburg on the wny south. ' Cnce bo repeated. This is the third
man In the direction ot tho Derby Krom Uoseburg tho party will pro- ana, i believe, tho best, and I hope
recruiting scheme. Step by step hp'ceP(I t0 Klamath Falls, where a day'ti,at every resident of Klamath coun
became minister of national servlco.l w,n ' spent. Automobiles will carry ty who has the real interests ot the
president of the local government 'tl10 ullslu3s "ien from that point to community at heart, who wants to
boiinl, minister of reconstruction.! r'""tpr l-nke and a-day will be spent 1)oln i,msolf and help his neighbor,
nnd filially president of tho board of'at tho national park. From Crater w11 bo ,iresent at the meeUng to
trade, which roughly corresponds to Iko the. party will continue by auto- morrow night. It will, also enable us.
tho department of tho Interior at mo,llIes to Bedford and Ashland for a .,,y mlr ,,resence, to show Mr. Bram-
WiiBlilnginn. inuio iu, juuuuk too apeciui nam wel, tnat we appreciate nts rriena-
at .Aieilioru. im uio irip uacK 10 i-on- shlp and want t0 j-eep lt."
land stops will bo made at Grants Tho mcetinK wm bo held in the city
Pass nnd other Rofcue river valley lla 3t s 0-ci0CK.
Juit now tho two brothers have
charge of the two toughest problem.
of Lloyd George's administration,
I tho reconstruction of tho national
I railOllJlflllt llll Illl.r,Hi.l.,., .... 1.
it Jitnjiui itiiuru, in u iiiui in l il HIV I
iitoit iii lived from Toronto today,
ciuiipletlng the lonud Irlp In the lu
tein it ioniil air i .te Search H I"'
lug made for Lieutenant Scl'lader,
the American entry, who is iiiIkmiii;
.. i ISI.'IU'II'I" AII.'.V Will, Ml'I'T
i iiiev n i- ibsuo may no derided of tlio trans-, ' vrir-i rv ti iirtTV ivph
m.rt ,.,! ,l.,in,. v..,.- e ...... . TIIl'liSIMV liViat.NU.' llEtU UlUUl-IM.
I - .........n ak.v...o w. lliu l. ...l-(
ed Kingdom it laigu order .
There ii Utile family lesemblance
'between tho brothers at first glance
, Sir Eric Is tall nnd broad, of tho type
called massive, and looks evory Inch!
bLiiiwihidiJ lllu S
having his own way, and when he
put his Hit m I to thu plow, to tlrlvu a
, deep nnd straight furrow, but his1
flclato. Important business will bo
discussed, and all servico men wheth
er members of tho legion or not aro
asked to bo present.
lonlel llnltttliiuiseii Is Selecteil
as Ainba-sailor to Hie Lulled
Ntnti' AmerlfH Hcfuse t
aio to 1110 uiien
tho (lurman embassy ut Washington,
will bo selected for appointment as
tho Gorman umbassmlor to tlio Unit
WASHINGTON'. D. C. Aug. 27
No Inquiry bus boon mwlo of t in
United States whothor or not Halin
liausnn will bo nccoptublo us nmbus-
Biulor. Indications uro uiui mu
United Status will not rocolvo him,
or anyono elao who was formerly
connoctod with tho embassy under
' LENGTHS ALFALFA
Klamath Falls post No. S of tho
American Legion will hold its regular! Tangible evidence of the value ot
meeting Thursday night in tho coun- j sulphuriiiE alfalfa land was brought
ell chamber ot tho city hall. The now- 1 10 Klamath Falls this morning by
a man ot big business who Is used to!,v clect0(, offIcors ot tuo post wl,U ot" ' County Agriculturist E. H. Thomas.
In tho form of tw-i alfalfa specimens
from the Bruce Garrdis ranch, located
about six miles southwest ot town.
Ono bunch ot hay, taken from land
that had been sulphured, measure!
30 inches In length. A bunch of al
falfa, taken from nearby ground that
has not beon sulphured measured
but 15 inches. Mr. Thomas says,
such results aro tho rule over the
Inspection by Mr. Thomas of the
McClay ranch showed from a 12 to
H Inch growth of alfalfa on the third
cutting off sulplured land. On tho
unpulphured hind the alfnta hafl
barely started to grow.
Farmers who aro planning on us
ing sulphur on their lands this fall
and next spring "ire urged to send In
tho ordors Immediately to Mr. Thomas.
HOUSHEVIK CUTUKB TOWX.
LONDON, Aug. 27. Reports re
ceived hero today announced that
Boishovlk tropa captured the town
ot I'skov, which is located southwest
ot Potrograd. Tho Boishovlk also
claim successes on tho Volga Itlver
pink, smooth-shaven face suggests
an outdoor llfo moro than thu otllce
Sir Auckland also Is tall and smooth
shaven, hut ho is thin, with spec
tacles and a dome-llko forehead, mid
looks uvory molecule a professor.
Nelthur of them Is an orator, and
tholr parllanruntary tactics display
none ot thu subtleties of tho politi
cian, and llko President Wilson, thuv n tho Denlkeno's territory, as well as
sit at their desks In Whitehall clad tho enpturo of Kamlshlm. Tho "rods"
Reports hero i 'n 'nislnrss suits Instead of tho mln- nro advancing toward Tzarltzln whlcn
that Dr. Hanloli 'storlul livery of frock coat. Slris located 100 miles south on tho
counsellor of 1! rouiis ins speocnes in tno iiout.O Volga mver.
or commons, nnd reads thom without
any nourishes ot elocution, and F1KK CAUSES HIG I.OSS.
whllo they are packed full of moat, It
is evident tluit unlike Winston
Churchill and Austin Cbnmberlulu,
ho burns no midnight oil polishing
DKMAM) KXTUADITION OF KUN.
BASLB, Aug. 27 Hungary has de
manded tho extradition of Bola Kun
and his associates In the former gov
ernment, according to reports issued
from tho new Austrian office.
Fire, tho origin of which Is un
known, destroyed Gono Anderson's
big barn and 100 tons of hay yester
day afternoon. The Anderson ranch
is situatod In tho Spencer Creek re
gion and is ono ot the largo ranches
In that part ot tho country.
Mr. Anderson's hay and barn with
all its contents were a total loss,
since he had no Insurance of any kind
on the destroyed property.
SHIP BIOWX UP AT SEA.
YAItMOUTH, Nova Scotia, Aug. 27
Twelve members Of the tour-masted
auxiliary schooner Elmon Roberts
arrived here today. They Teported
that their ship was loaded with am
munition, caught fire, and blew up at