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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 29, 1919)
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OFFIGIAIi I-AI'KR 01
fourteen Year-No. 3,715
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 29, 1919
Price, Five Cento
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I hiintby iiroctaliii Miinilii)-.
September 1, 1119, known un
Labor Day, In hit ii holiday In
Hd of Aircraft Froduc
tin Defended by Democrat
CHARGES ARE SERIOUS
the city of Klamath Falls, anil !
I respectfully request Unit nil
place (if business liii cloned on
tli ii I (Into,
I. 11. HTUUIII.i;, Mayor.
USED AS BANKS: STARTS ACTION
inn nrsi nmiiiimi iinim or i...Ke- han kRANCIHCO. Aur 29 Bank
view in unuerKoing somou.ing or a ,)f , Twfth Federal Rcservo Dl-
reorganization .rixtllltlllK 111 the III- irct havo ordnrnd 60.000 hand rren
I'lirrhiiKirt of War Havlngx HtiimpK Klnnmtli Fulls 1'iwt Will I'rotmt to
Will (Jot Artny Hand flrrniulM
Ylmt Were Originally Intriiilml at
ProeM in ihc IIuiih. I
WILL HOLD REVIVAL!
TIio Christian ciurcb has under
taken to hold IIh own Korival by mak
ing all of the services until November
2nd, evangelistic. Tno pastor and
church aro trying to do at the regal-1
ar scrvoces, what Is usually accom-l
TO HEAR WILSON
pllshed by outside belp. Sunday Prrf,,dcnt will Be Absent Until Sep.
ninrn(n' nnd nvanlnv nm -Mult nm
Oregon ( VmurcMnen A Kit I nut thn mornlns, and evening as well as!
Sale of Army IlUnkel to the Urn-, Tuesday morning and evening will bo ,
em I I'ubllc.
letters will bo sent Immediately to
the Oregon representatives and sen
Klven to theso eangullsllc meeting.
Fcur have been added to the church
already and the revival Is Just start
ing. Next Sunday morning the subject
t ember .'lOtli From White Home.
Will Speak in Portland on Sep
I I ... Mtu'imu ..w.wui jiuiiii ftivu- '.r ,..-..j..... ...... Muu wv.i- . uttrmnn will hit "fVrf nlntl In "uuu,'l''1'eul was uiaue luuay
creasing of the capital stork of fron. ,, wllcll wuro r(jai,y for ,hpment tors at Washington a well as the ' J"... J. . ? u ",, i President Wilson will visit 30
UlOO.OOO to fir.O,onn, and raising J,,, ,hl, American Kxpedllionary For- iwakor of the house protesting ",'"; .J" m '" land will be absent from the
thn nurplim to 130,000. W. M. Mill- ro WHC t1(, Annlstlco was signed against tho sale of armv blankets and
r, formerly Identlflcd with thn llnnk im which have been turned over to mores to the Ocno-'al publli l-efoiyi
of Lnkevlnw, linn become nun of the tlio Treasury Department for use g'vlng cx-servlce nm un opporliiMty
heavy stockholders of tbo Instltii- savings bank;i to stimulate, thrift. The to buy them, following last night's
lion. I only alteration niado In tho hand enthusiastic meeting of the local post
'Inns ur under way for the erec- grenades to convert Uicm Into sav- of thn American Legion .that was
series of sermons on
WASHINGTON, Aug. 20, Am-
nouncement was made today that
Fundamen- ui wc uubbiii irum me wwt9
mouse until September autn. in nisi
bMbllrsn ronurr nwl Hub-Com-
j,tee Member. In P.'Hlalul Trll
fkrrttuY lUkrr Thn! !( fl
finrrrnnirnl Itiillnmil for I'rlvatr,"
Utrrrt DN'l"i H)" ,ml ,,n Hon of a new bank building opposite
XoOmnrclInn Willi Homl. i,n fj-knvlow hotel This well kuo" n
I .. 1.1 A .!. . .
In .h ovnln- tho n.-infne will .''"" " ' '" toumry m ng-
Tlioro was punch In tbo meeting
from tho opening by ncwly-olcctod
president J. II. Carnahan, to tho no-
lugs banks wan the removal of tho held In tho City Hall.
TNT chargo and th-i cutting of a slot
hostelry Is owned by the linnk, iiiu!,'iis a coin way.
Ill Is tho intention of this Institution The Federal HiMervn Hank of San
WASHINGTON. Aug. 2! Senator i replace the present nttuclure with , Fraiiclsro, which is handling tho tlon for adjournment uutll tho second
Tkomu. Colursdo leimcral, defend- ,, mnderu. flr proof IhiIIiIIuk Wlin'dlstrlbutlnii or tho grenades to the Tin-sdny in September,
id John it, llyoii, former assistant ,,,.H tw M,.w hulldlngs goli-K up Ninks ntul trust companies, nnticl- "' feel that tho boys In the servlco
KtffUrr nf war In rhargo of air- alui ttv ciiiHtriictloii of the IiIk car pales orders aggregating 100.000 of are entitled to tho blankets they car-,
crift production, from Insinuations in r fr n,,, Southern Oregon Vim the war -niiMiiirs Koliert K. Smith, rled during the war," Huid Dr. Fred (
i report m'l" !' "'k''1 " ,er'"',y fompniiy and the neu hospitnl. iber..'dlrerii.r of the tt.ir lian Organlza- Westerflelil, vlce-piesldent of tho lo-,
tlon for the Twelfth Federal Heservn cai pom. o as an organization
District, hald "Tliukn American-made should prote.it against tho salo of i
hand grenades constitute one of tho them. At least wo should demur
best souvenirs of the War one could against the salo of blankets and all
possibly get. Some months ago an army stores to tbo general public be-j
eastern firm manaited to get some of fore ex-servlco men Have a chance to
Uiem and disposed of them readily nt buy them it the cheapest prlco po-
one dollar eaih " lblo." DfvWcBterfeld's remarks wero
ti u tilnniwil in distribute thn cren- secondedTy President Carnahan. Ac-
liulo banks to tho public through tlon on the part of tho legion follow-
rr.nk.s and trust (onipanlft cxcIurIvo- cd immediately.
y Tho only conditions Imposed by Members of the local post were unl-
!M, Treasury nooartment nro that to ted In their atand to expose and purgo
WAHmt.OTU., Aug. s. i-rimi-,-" -, ,. i from Klamath Countvanr alien
as an outline for a flerman on practi
cal Christianity, Harold Bell Wright's
new novel, "The Recreation of Brian
Kent." Tliero will be baptismal ser
vices Sunday night.
- . .... .I.ll ..tlt..Vl . . .
UjW, or iu ri'i"iin win ! pHiimthliig of a liiillillm; iimoiii
o( lh conisrcislonul subcommittee j.i(evlew
to In Portland Investigating tho m
Tb repoft alleged that approxl
nildr 15,000,000 govarnment funds
hidktn muanilcred In the construc
tion of 18 miles of railroad for
iprocc productlou. It llkewUe allugod
that lh road was ronverted to the
ow of ths Chicago Milwaukee nnd
ot. I'nul railroad In which Hyan was
While cotnliuttces may have found
vutt In aircraft funds, Thomas said
the lnnuondoe against Hyan woro
totjnit. Ho read letter from Briga
dier General I)lsiUe, saying Ityan
hd no connection with the construc
tion o( the Government road.
TO STOP STRIKE
IiATMiuy ritoi'itiirroit rixr.p
In answer to a charge brought b
Jack Kimball ng.ilnst "Your
MRTLANU, Aug. 29. Frank
Pudltton, former Huperlntendunt of
ths Aircraft production of thn Cnua
!! Gorcrnment told the Congress
Ictil committee by deKndlng 'on its
lotting milling Industry for airplane
iprnce production, t'annda procured
11,500,000 feet of alrplano lumber
between April nnd November last
jeu. He declared that Canada got It
rteapcr than the Fulled State and
tint no noldlers were employed. Onlv
i'x miles of r .llrii. I were liul.t nnd
lll when oi.rniliiiis weru closed,
there oa mi eii.:lt!iient m nrnimi
tldtoboillrriired of Tlie com in It toe. ''""' lor ,l'" "t the en
rcriponea iu Toledo trip to hear
a.... iifii ii . .. . iJII!M UWIIUinill ' ' ,'
,eni ...n w... no -k.. ,o .. t AwYm wno may resdo here who
hand In Iho controversy between '"'I w Sar,BR 8tamp. Bavo up lhelr flrst c,tlzeshlp papers
sio workers of tho Un ted State. ' x mmt nl , ordur t0 C8Capo mimirT service.
Steel Corporation In an effort to pre-, War Saving, Stamps: jAhsoliUe knowledge that any such
vent a general strike of the steel i,uv 'aliens reside In Klamath County was
WOrkOrS. ..rt . . n. i ...... .w.l Irnnun hut nfrnrtn will ho mniln
elllier .e' i"" or uihj i f t in.-,";- ."v .... . ...--
:ir r"n. ' gs Certlflcto w.ilili Is the to find out tho facts in tho matter,
iilr bnllier to ilia Wa- Savings "This post of tho American Legion
Stump l..rlng tho minu four per must Btand united for Ideals that
cent Interest compounded quarterly America fought for." said President
I Carnahan In a speech mat urougnt a
It Is clnlmed that the corporation
has been trying to force tho Issue be
fore tho President can handio the situation.
anil running for flvo years.
I Naiimillv tho supply of gronade.1 round of npplnuse. "Essentially our
Mm mulled." said Director Smith "Or- duty Is to support only those men In
1. 1.... ... i ...,., .-ni .... riilo.l In i!i. or- nubile office who have stood by the
Hi-IP un tin in .! - ..- - -- -
Mom", i.., r....iv..,i nnd niter the dimply Is men who left their homes nnd posl-
Luundry." for letting the uifr '"",,.....,,,..,, . . ., will l mnnufact- tlons to entor military service. Wo
i:nurii lnniv:. and irun' com- cmii becomo a. potent factor In bulid-
and thus causing a nuisance., )mv, niK(M, f(jr ,, ,.,i-o.1e of
the laundry run into CoiiKei ave
the proprietor or the intimn us lfIIIllH of Uiem In nil the War Dc-
lllied $7f.ll yehlerilny by P lie ........ ,,,, ,,,.. j :..000,000."
Jililge A l. i..'iiviii i uih an
aePtirdame with tile campaign
'u ni... ...,., .i.u .,,. .tvi.i.efeil to ar-
I II" I,''" ." -
"' rle In Sin Francisco within thirty
SKX.VIOIl AM) MltS. BALDWIN
The Herald wlili the host of
'rlendi of Kanntor ami .Mrs lieoige
' .uaidnin today exieudH lo them
Mniratulntloiis, thin being tlio llth Snv,"'aI lHioa man heard F. S.
nlerary of their marriage T "r,l,uwu". vlco-prosldenl of tho atato
ceremony was pel formed at tho thou ('l"",,,,,,r ,,f !- -.. last n.ght at
'wily vnt of .iiwephino county "'" cn,",,r' c,mrt ll01,s" ,cU of ,l10
nd lmini-iliai( after they htuiteil ,"', ,"''''1 ,lf '"-l''riillon on tho part
w tnoir new houii. In wlmt was
Jhcn known as Uukull,., arilvliu; on
, 3lst I'VUiu II years that liuvu
' elapsed they ,nvo Ihmh rest
ti of this place. Few of ii... -,ui.
I BAPTIST ASSEMBLY
STARTS AUGUST 30th
PORTLAND. Aug. 29. Tho first 'nbors who Join wilt bo consider
Ing up tho community and state
along lines of better citizenship n
our goal. This post cannot fall it
shall llvo and prosper as tho Orand
army posts of tho country have."
Hope was oprjsed by tho mem
bers that nt least 130 to 200 actlvo
ex-servlco men could bo enrolled on
the local charter before November
1 1th. of this year. Up to that timo all
annual assembly of tho Baptist oung
ed charter tnemhors of tho post. Inl-
.. .. .. .... I-.. ..t..u o
j people of the -into will ho Iml.l Auk- ""' It' " "" '" "'' -
' !,.l 30 to September 1. on tho Cilad- nn.l monthly dues nt $.r,0 for a period
slone mmitntiqtM grounds near this ". "" " "'" -
...... ...i.. i.- K-,,it-r.. -mm nresl- tlint the organization gains a flnan-
.11... Iit.ii'-J .-.-..r.. ' .,
dent, announced. The purpose of tb's
summer Institute will bo four fold
educational, devotional. Ins'ilmtiomil
n.i. ......in., r jnt'i.t-nl 1n .1 1 ti ir Pnci
1 III, 111, llin HI "',,, ' r,-- .... . . ...
tho Htntn In tho publicity cninpalRU fl(. (.(1!it n,,(flt, appear on the pro- l'st l that It conlllclca less xwtn
that Oregon will soon launch. m AlnoI1K t,m ro Dr. V. 11. wwtluK nights of other orgnniza-
Mr. Brnmwell. whoso homo is In n,nRmi nr o C. Wright. Dr. Alon- tlons Tho next regular meeting will
Ornnts I'nss, has been active for .. i.'nttv. nnd A. S. Bovsorninn. nil "0 '1l on, September 9th. nt S
; Dr. T. II. Hngon of Seat- o ciock in mo iu.uiw. ..u.u.UUi .
15F.TTKNS TO .M1CXICO.
of every Chninher of Coiumrece over
clal footing. A voto taken showed
tiuit tho jiost was adverse to entering
th. Labor Day Parade.
The second Tuesday of each month
was set as tho rogulnr mooting of tho
U who lmvo bee,, r,.iro i ,i... 'onrs ln I'I'""'K tor tho hettorment . ,,orlIm,
Bnlldlng of thlH city and county havel"' Houtl,"ni OrK" "(I tl10 f,,nt0 nt tie; Miss Mabel nines nnd Rev. W
mm as prominent a part in Its do rK' " ln,K ' K ''"'" Smltl1 ot I,,,s Angeles: flnil uoy
ttlopmcnt as have the Seiiainr null UCM ,0 ",080 who I",Unl lllm '" tllnt "nckott. president ot tho Roguo
ll wife, nn.l t u llttlnir n I' " 1,ro"R',t 0,,t ,'l,,"rl' ,ho ros,1,ts River association. I
MWon Jhnuld b., ,,.i '. . . I Hmt can bo accomplished by co-opcr-, T, lnf0riniil opening will be Sat-,
ahmiM in, nn,i .. ... .
WMire for lh, estlmablu couple.
KNJOV riHIIINd hkhi:
The tr0llt .rKm,n"nH, Counly nro
2 Tl0T ,0 1,,0HU ' M"nn
me. Tiii iu ,,,., ., ,
Loon i ,', Wl8CC,vr and Colonel
S'v ' "f U,ut y ho huvo
S ' "" ,,r' 0. Wlsecarvor
divih i lkH ""twnllon. Yestor-
t"ed ,r ' an" nr WI.oc.rvor. ro-
thn linking- of
unlay afternoon, followed by u stato
It. Y. P
Moroy L. Applojate, who has been
hero on n brief visit with relatives.
1 ..-...! liln linm.i tti T fa anc.
V. rally In tho evening. Sun- "" l" '" """" "" """
ovorv Intorest In tho stnlo." said Mr..., m . ,,.- with a sunrisa eles, from which city no will proceua
Brumwoll. "Wo cannot succeed by p 8orV,.0l followed by morning t Mexico, whore ho Is heavily Intor-
drlblots horo nnd there wo nood co- woMh,, ,, nftorn'oon Intonnorlnto itcil in cattlo and ranches. Ho was
oporntlvo, unltod effort to placo Oro-, ,, ,, (Mr)ss bv Dr. Illnson, i accompanied to Ashland by Mr. nnd
gon before tho ontlro Union. Our ro- ,', , evening by tho II. Y. P. TT. Mrs. W. O. Smith, who returned homo
sourcos aro stupendous yot tho tin-1 rv,,,0 um, address by Dr. Smith. jly way ot Medtord and Crater Lake.
No Itnln of Conscueiire FalLs Any
where Owr State Dry Weather,
Honctcr, Clniined to Be Fatora
lil to Farm Work.
half of tho Peace Treaty.
His first address wilt take place
next Thursday at Columbus, Ohio. Br
September 12th, he expects to speak
in Indianapolis, St. Louis, Kansas
city, Omaha, Sioux Falls, St. Paul,
Minneapolis, Bismark Billings, Hel
ena, Couer d' Alene and Spokane.
He will make adlreiM-it In Seattle
land Tacoma on September 14th. His
speech In Portland Is scheduled for
t'eptember 13th. 3ar Fian.-nr.o wUl
I AViCcme Presiden. Wllsnr un Sep
tember 18th. San Die;;). Los Angeles.
Reno, Salt Lake City, Cheyenne, Pu
eblo, Wichita, Oklahoma City, Little
Rock, Memphis and Louisville will
follow in the Itinerary of the Presi
dent's tour. In some cities he will
make two addresses a day.
SPINK WILL HANDLE
JJWBOW MOVKS HUNTKKY
n,ber or WU0lni who hM tar a
"er Prin.L8 Pro' tho Plo
Pin, '"''.".thBtreot. near
Hoa.ton W"rm lh0 "hop to the
"""ton fcln.,1, . """'' " 'n
e onl , Ck' lmnedlatoly east ot
tlon as u wholo Is not aware of them. jfondny morning will bo dovotod to
A Rtiuo-wlilo grouping of actlvo ,.nf,,ri,nceH. tho uftornoon to busi-
Chumbnr or Commerce organizations UMH ului u recreational period and
the closing evening session win no u-
drossod by Dr. Potty,
PORTLAND. Aug. 29. The pre
sent drought in Oregon is the most
prolonged on record, says the local j R. C. Spink, owner of Idlerest aad
weather bureau in Its weekly sum- other land in the vicinity of Sprtac
mary ot weather and crop conditions ' Creek, has decided to enter the real
in Oregon. The temperature gener- estate business, confining; his opera
ally was above normal last week. Nd I tlons almost exclusively to laads
rain of consequence fell anywhere, within the Klamath Indian Reserra-
Over most of the state vegetation Is tlon.
very dry. Streams, springs and wells There Is not a man in the county
continued to fail. Forest fires aro who is better posted on the lands oa
numerous nnd hard to control and In the reservation than Mr. Spink. Fox
many places the air is heavy with j years he has given it his attention
smoke. Tho continued 'dry weather with the object of some day taking an
has been favorable to farm work, ex- active part in placing them on tho
ccpt that tho beginning of plowing market. The need of such an agency
has been delayed. has long been felt In this section.
Wheat, o-its, rye and barley aro There Is no better land In the world
in aturu except in n tew of the most than that in the Indian Reservation,
elevated localities; the greater part Of late years many of the Indiana
of tho acreage Ins been harvested, have secured deeds to their lands,
and unusual percentage having been and while they desired to dispose ot
cut for hay. Thrashing is ln progress, them, they have been in a rather dlf
irrlgated corn continues to make ficult position on account ot their un
good growth but unlrrlgajed corn is familiarity with the methods usually
mostly buffering from drought. followed to bring about such a re
Prunes aro ripening rapidly, suit in a manner that would be ad
Peaches and pears are plentiful. Hnr- vantageous to them. It Is to meet:
vest of evergTeen blackberries con- this condition that Mr. Spink decided
tinues.. Much of the unlrrlgated fruit to enter the field, and his doing to
Is of small size. will be? extremely btneficial not only
The third cuttli'r of alfalfa is in to the Indians, but also to those who
li ogress- l some of tho warmer dts- have been desirous of making Invest-
trlcts, the. yield being good where ments in Indian lands and were un-
tlieie 1 r.s been sufficient water for able to do so through lack of In-
lrrigatlon. In a number ot places al- formation.
fnlfa is suffering for lack of suffi- Tho operations of Mr. Spink come
cient water. Fasturage continues to uuder tho control of the Indian De-
detoriorato, though there is still good partment. One of tho conditions pre-
feed on some mountain ranges. Over cedent to his beginning operations
considerable areas stock Is beginning was the posting ot a bond of $10,000.
to sJ.ow tho effects of short feed. Tho He will Uivo his office at Chiloquln
(scarcity of stock w-Mer is increasing, and later will have a branch in thU
&01110 stock Is being taken off tho city,
riuigo owing to dnnger from forest i
" , t CARNEGIE'S ESTATE
Potatoes nro maturing rapidly. Ir-I - eonnnnnftn
rigated potatoes promiso good yields l lOlALb $30,000,000
but tho yield In unlrrlgated districts
will bo considerably lessened by NEW YORK. Aug 20.-Andrew
drought nnd high temperature. un. ' Carnegie, who said prior to his death
Irrigated gardens are drying up. Hop thut It was a disgrace for any man to
nlcklnir will begin next week. tho!J'e wealthy, left behind him a for-
vield bolng somowhat below normal, i tune totaling between $25,000,000
owing to drought. "" S30.000.000.
ttis win, witicti nas neen puuiisn-
LKAVKS FOR THK SOUTH
Mrs. R. K. Smith left this morning
for San Francisco for an extended
visit. Sho was accompanied as far
as Weod by hor father, Jasper Clark,
who will go on to Portland from
thoro to visit his son, before return-
Irt tho solution of our problem and
our linpo for succosb."
Mr. Brnmwoll brought out tho
noed for li.imedlato notion In gottlng
tlio loonl Chamber of Commorco un
der way. Ho doelurod that tho sooner
tho organization was put undor way,
tho soonor Klamath Falls would
branch out and ronp tho bonoflts or
tho publicity thut sho so justly do-sorves.
Today la the contonnlal anniver
sary ot tho birth or Joseph R. Mc
Donald, United States senator from
Camping facilities hnvo boon pro
vided. Tents and meals may bo secur
ed on tho grounds at cost. Four
mlnlstors and thoir wives havo agrood
to net ns "camp advisors." While this
Institute Is being hold by tho Bap
tist young people, nnyono will bo wel
come nt tho services. ,
HF.IU: FROM MKHHILL
Mrs. Kd Frazlor of Merrill Is vis
iting with her sister, Mrs. J. N. Olv
un, for a row days.
MAItltlKI) IN PORTLAND
Announcements huvo been recetv-B t0 nis home ln tho East.
oil by tho friends ot Miss Ruth Mas
ten and Frank Turpln ot their mar
riage on tho 14th of August, In Port
land. Tho marriage is t'.iu tornil -tion
of a high school romance, which
began In this city sovornl years no
and continued after tho young peo
ple moved to Portland.
RFTURN TO liAKKVIKW
Mrs. Daisy Morris anil children,
who havo been visiting with her
mother, Mrs. J, N. divan, for tho
past month, roturnod yesterday to
her homo In Lakevlew.
RETURN TO BI.Y
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Watt ot Bly,
who wore tho guests or Mr. and Mrs.
J. N. Glvan or this city tor a brie!
visit, have returned to their homo.
I. O .O. F. TONIGHT
Rogulnr meeting ot Klamath
Lodge No. 137, I .O. O. F. tonight at
8 o'clock. There will be work la tho
Second degroe, and members are
urged to be present to assist in tho
ed, left all his real estate and work3
ot art to Mrs. Carnegie. He gave
annuities amounting to $10,000 to
former President William Taft and
Premier Lloyd George. Annuities ln
the sum of $5,000 were left to Mrs.
Grover Cleveland and Mrs. Theodore
LOCAL 1-EOl'LK MAKK
AX EXTENDED TRIP.
C. II, Underwood, accompanied by
Austin Hayden, started for Ashlai J
this morning inls car. They .
meet Mrs. Underwood In Ashland,
where she has been visiting her
mother, and will then come homo by
way of Callahan, CalU. The party
will bo Joined there by Mrs. Austin ,
Hayden, who has been away tor
some time tor her health, and from
there wilt drive back to Klamath.