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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 4, 1919)
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KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, J9.M '
Price, Five CcnU
jiLir 1 3
I I I 1 1 I I II II II 1
tho work In 0110 district, who su)i
(lint (ho poison campaign Hiivtnl I ho
I crops on fiOOO ncniH tor u total suv-
I lug of M6.000 to $'90,000. Tito monoy
'cost wna $310.
Fair Menus llovlml.
Itovlvnl of tho county fnlr nftur n
Inpxo of hIi years It nnnthor token
nt rovlvod Interest In things agricul
tural, think Mr. McJntos'i. Prank
i Button, county club leader, says that
i fully 100 boys and girls have fom-
l plotod tholr projects nml will oxhlli'.t
results October 3 and :. Thc-so ex-
n II Preai n,bU" w,u ba Jud"od Mlloajo ape
College 1 1 -i-H-u. Minn Helen Cowrlll for Uom-
Mtlc science and arts, and L. 3. A I-
KLWTH ROUTE PRICE BALANCE
MAY BE REACHED
over Hiimiiinrlrliu; tlm onllrii ugrl-,
cultural situation, In ll sntlsfnrlory,
u ml not only will tlm buying power
or tlm agricultural HNtrlctH l iim
plo, but tlmy will also have u sur
plus for Investment."
Mom Visitor Knter Oater I.ake by .rico Htabllltatlon at New Level I
Klamath. Kntranre Tlmn the Other. Atmrou-lilnr. In llin Onlnlnn if the
ATTKMITH TO TAKH LIFK
OF KOYITIAN I'KKMIKlt.
Two Travel This
In Iong Time.
Never befora In the history of Crat-
National Ilank of
New York City.
LONDON, Sept. 4. A bomb was
Commerce of thrown at Huasoln Ruahdl Pasha, tho
Kryptlan l'remlor at Alexandria, to
The bomb was concealed In a bask-
NltW YOIIK, Sept. i. Due to the pea bat did not Injure the
M- er Lake haa travel bean eo heavy to ... ., . ,u ,..,. premier. A theological atudent waa
len for Livestock. Tho Judge of the aeralc apot ai It haa thla year, ac """ '""uou " "" '"""" hla aaaallaat.
rrulns will be named later, but nil cordlna to Information comnlled by which resulted In tho present high .
Alex Sparrow, superintendent of Cra- prices, stabilization of prices at new gUTRKMH COUNCIL GRANTS
s.MitrTV IS RICH indnea will ba specialists of groat ex.
jjtfSCOUNlT W porlenco In Judging Oregon products
and tholr recaonn ror tno placing win
. if.. Trlole AIM ,0 of Ta,uo nd Int""1 l nl wno
,D-th OBWtr Haa ! hoar thDmi
IK'iui- v. i. Scon,c d rocrcnM
ter Lake National Park. lords la approaching, la the opinion
Vlsltora numbering 13,995 have expressed by tho National Dank of
entered tho nark this year up to Sep- Commorco In Now York In Ha mar-
tombcr 2nd. nnd 3,733 nutoa fiavo kot lettor In the Septombor laauo of
AUSTRIA TWO MORK DAYS.
PAItlS, Sept. 4. Th6 supreme
council of tho poaco conference baa
. ., more linportnnt place
tilJ WP at flr8t K,anC0 a" C'
i jfditoih, agricultural press olltor
t it, 0KIOB Aurlcultural College.
Hthi of the college experiment m-
w tfd Lurow . woro notm, nH vorj. p,,aHimt ndjuncts tranco stations. Tmvol up to tho aamo Monthly
XtbtMii "" , ,, T,lllllllir., to tlm fundamental of Klamath dnto lant year toUled 10,16
0,t Becue """"' ' FnllH. Mr. Mclntnsh taken nxrnptlnn
if lu Tlirlr Operation. I lrv() Cobl,.H tfttomont that tho
. I Pilot llutto Inn la ono of tho two bout
hotoln In small towna In tlm Unltod
-Ii the aplendld now proBroM of Htnt0H
Dumlh Fall, agriculture holds ,o Uml ,,onop Jll)tljr ,KltonKI,
to the White Pelican nt Klamnth
Mr. Mcintosh, accompanied by tils
wlfo, Is staying with his brothor-ln-law,
O. 11. Cozad, nnd will leuvo In
tho mornlne with tho Cozad family
.' 1 .iAiittlnaa ntflllV . . ..
lieu. "Binicert aim "" ' for Hums, whoro ho will visit tno
total men rtcognlio tho Import- nrnoy county branch station.
been reglsturod nt tho various en- the bank magazine, tho Commcrroidocldod to grant tho request of tho
The bank says:
G2 Visitors ..i. I, .iln rnnvlrtlon nf lliii IiiihI.
nenn world that hli;h, or at least rls-
nnd 2,424 machines.
More visitors entered tho park by ,K prcoH( nro ,)V,ioncc8 of (l tiK.lx"co
wny or Kiamain Fans during tno
month of August than any othor
route Sightseers numbering 3,410
and 873 nutomobllun entered tho
Austrian poaco dologatlon far n delay
of two days In time, before presenting
tho Aimtrlun answor to terms of
. . ..... nn.l llvnatnrW nil
UNCI IMBi wu' """ "
tulet of the substantial tripod on
tllct the permanont prosperity of
, ' Biaith Falls rcU aHjrlculturo,
tamberlog ind manufucturliiK."
Kitnre laid these foundations In n
t!tlr way, Mr. Mcintosh thinks.
Tlti 59 miles of virgin forest rich In
unbroken stretch of merchantable
timber on the welt, vast stretches of
limtoek and hay and grain land to itP,,rPNOnnUvis of Worker Auk for
SU TS WORKERS
Ibiilroml Wngo Uo-Ailjustnicnt In
Arrorihuu-o With tlm President's
Plan for Hhoiimeii.
factory situation. This conviction
has a basis In fact. In that high or
rising prices stimulate Increased pro-
iliipllvn ii ml rniiiinnrnlnl nrtlvltv.
park by wny of Klamath Falls last 0ur ,,,,, CCB nru ungU0Btlontt,llyj
month. Tho Medford entrance totnlod ., ,.., , ..,.i..,.,.. , J
MOVH INTO NKW IfOMK.
2,sri4 people nnd 718 automobiles.
Tourists In tho numhor nt 769 nnd
tho product of a world-wide curtail
moot of production and Incroutu'il
Mr, nnd Mrs. Don Holding and Mr.
Holding's mother moved Into the new
bungalow yestorduy that Mr. Holding
recently purchased In Nichols addi
tion. A garar:o will bo built nlong-
Zcuinu Z io -"." "' ''wr' H.do' tho "attractive bungalow, which
" """" BUU" " - "-"'wi, finished promises to bo ono of
llmu life; of an Increase In the clr.,Ulo nmny allrncUvo bomM , tnc
LUiiiiuiK inuuiuiii mill uii uiuiiniuu
of credit which tho conflict through
which tho world has Just passed ren
dered Inevitable ;aud of the Increas
ed margins of profit doomed neces-
tie MM, and the mighty water Iran-
iportitlon and power between, only
the Intelligent co-onllnntlon at the
tudi of man Is necessary to the do-
ttlopment of a great manufacturing
uldlitributlnc center j WA8mNaT0N. Sept. 1. Itoiire-
Ulni Awaire Watenuiy. sontntlvea of 000,000 members of tlm
"You hare three triple nlllnncos," Cnltud Ilrotliorhnnd of mnlnteuanco
Vr. Mcintosh aald, "anyone of which ()f way and railroad shop laborers,
!i forth millions Thu first I have mvn usked tho railroad wage board
already mentioned farming, In m- to uilJiiHt wngos In iirconlanro with
Met and factory work Another the principles laid down by I'roftliliint
equally remarkable U tho trl-trans Wilson In approving adjustments for
portatlon sjitem- water, hlgh-wiiyn tho railroad shopmen.
nd railways, The tun lakes will Tho men said thoy ugreod with
potltlrely Insure that tho untouched Prosiilcut Wilson that there should
foresta on tho eastern Cascade slopes hi no wngo IncruusuK while tho gov-
illl find their way to the world mar- ornmont wns trying to bring back
ted through Klamuth Kails mllln nonnnl conditions to tho rountry
and factories. Itallroails aro building However thoy said thoy desired to
Ucaoii railroads are demanded and imvn tho Inoqunlltlos In pay on tho
profitable tonnage awaits their ro- different rullroud HystoiiiB corrected.
operation, Oood roads are doubtless m
tie bluest problem of all but Is In ;..-., J ii:. FBtkr m
procai of solution win, no miia ,,r Succeed. His father as
tore now hard surface within the United States Senator
tltyllmlts, I om told."
Park by way of tho ICast entrance.
Despite tho poor condition of tho
ronds loading to Crator Lake Nation
al Park the nttendnnro has shown
nn Increase each year, according to
Mr. 8pnrrow. Indications aro that tho
nrwnnlntn tntntn flf fills fmnimn will III
coed all other years by big margins.. Mnr.y to meet the risks Involved In a
Mr. Sparrow Is an enthusiastic r)oA ot rlBln ',rlco' Ttho orft of
supporter of tho movement to com- t"vaganco which has followed tho
plolo tho road to Diamond lako from restrictions of war has also been n
tho rlin of Crater Lake In order that fnct"r ln rls,nK ,rlcofl- whol l'"'
tho former boauty spot can bo made """J l,uollc """' ot only will-
accessible to Crator Mko National '"B. ,,ut wloim to purchase, regurd
Park Visitors. Recently Btophpn T. ! loHB ot C08t. I,rlc,i8 respond as u ro-
Mnthor. director of nntlonnl parks, "t ' what appears to bo a shortage
along with Madison Grant. New York "' h",c w''" iuHiirod by demand
mlllionnlro and sportimnn, Investlgnt- "Kvon though actual hostilities
oil tho feasibility of tho linking of urn now ten months behind us, the
Dlnmond Lake with Crater l.nko. causes which have nistilleil In pi-oi-
They woro favorably Impressed with nt prices aro largely operative, nnd Company.
tho proposition. Mr. Mnthor Intends u seems likely thut stabilization at
rapidly growing district.
GIVEN IN CASE
Nation's Chief Executir
Speaks at Columbus
PLEADS FOR TREATY
Treaty Will lie Accepted," 8aa
President' Declares Treaty Is At
tempt to night Wrong of Ktarope.
"If league of Nations Is Not Ae
veptol Wo Will lie Unfaithful."
PORTLAND, Bopt. 4. Ouy Onb
rlolson, chief Investigator for tho
cougroHHlonnl spruco Invostlgntlon
rommlttoe, testified that tli Ameri
can Inloniallonal ('orporatlon, nf
which John I). Itynii Is thu director,
owns all tho stock of Amslnclc nnd
presenting the proposition to tlm ail-
thorltlihi In Washington
WOMAN LEAVES HOME
IN KLAMATH FALLS.
a new price love) Is approaching
"In periods of rapidly riving prlei s
the commercial iimi lluaurlul 'iWivlty
resulting Is likely to Increase out of
proportion to thu growth In pioiluc
tlvo activity on which It must ulti
mately ho based Although the act-
"" "" ' tin I physical udjustineut of Atnoilian
Tho family of Mrs. J H Puck Is uroductlon to post-war doin;indn has
wonted over hor nppuruut iIIhiiii-( )U(,n IUOr taplil thun tlio mnut oiitl-
penraiicu frcm her homo at 741 V.il-imHtC roulil hnvo hoped, production
nut avenue, on September I'd. Mr m ()( y()l Xpandod to what must
Peck snld today that his wlfo loft tho m, lH m,riiial post-wur level,
house about 11 o'clock for a llttlol ..jir0Hpurty lH nul ,mHSt,iu
WIllK, liressod III ll llgni liihiumi
liotiso dress nnd bareheaded. Since;
that time Mrs. Peek has never boon
COLUMHUB, O., Bopt. 4. "When,
thu treaty of peace Is accepted tho
men In khaki will never have to
cross tho sons again," aald President
Wilson this morning, In his first ad
dress In his couutry-wldo tour in tho
Interests of tho peace treaty, Laagua
of Nations and domestic problems.
A crowd of 4,000 peoplo Jammed
tho hall In which tho President
spoke. Thousands woro unable to
gain entrance to honr tho nation's
executive In his first apeuh of his ex
Treaty Punishes Germany
"My purpose Is to go out and re
port to my fellow countrymon, who
are tho only peoplo that I owo nny
ropnrt to," said Presldont Wilson, in
opunlnb' his splendid addross. "Tha.
treaty ot penco undertakes to pun
ish C-orniany, but has no thought to
overwhelmingly crush any groat peo
pie. Restraint has been oxerclsod
there Is no provision In It for mak
ing the reparation greater than Oer
muny cun pay."
Throughout his ml dross President
Wilson guvo his hearers to tinilor
nttiml that he had no doubt that thu
treaty of pence would be signed. "I
Iln further declared that Ilrlga-
iller-doueral IHstjuo is president of
the latter cnutpnny nt salary ofay when It Is accepted, becauso It
$:I0,000 yearly. Iln said that tho
American International Corporation
owns hnlf of thu stock of tho Shuns
t'nry Company, which with tho Kor
baugli company, built tho Clnllan
KLKH .MKHT TONIfWT.
The third member of tho triple re-,
"eli building material, Mr. Mc
tan pointed out wood, brick and
How. The streets ure Jammed with i
""He, much of which Is one of these
wtwlili iielng hurried nn truck unci
"ion o ome building Rlto ,
Mail I'mlrrMaiid Agrliiillure. I
young coininonwoaltli like n '
J" man must tlrst find Itself he
" Pro can he ure mid rapid
T place of DKrlniltiire miiHt ho nil
wnioo4aaitthofolloRiininl thu r.
delates ilepaiinimu of agrlrulturo
"'0,nng In this fjnr-Ht i: Thnni
, county ugent says tint He farm
nwfo-oiioiBiinK lieaiiily lu this
placing their informal ion at
JJhpoMl or tho UKiirulturlHtH iiml
I In tl.o solution t tho big
JJm of ,u,rftfl production
Kf,"."10 r"1""1 H,,,t' "" '
WfarmlMB, ,mi if row urn'
B' yi emailed mr.ro nn.l morn ,
J'Jw for lf.f ,,,, ,,'
filW mm nrnanlxfl.1 f.
'" fwlltin t in f
IP5 ..., '"" '"II M'l llllll ,
lar ff "" lnr'""(', ' ' y,,),,,H HeillllOl' IIhvM KIWiw
n, ,' ,";n''How.oiir iifd, Hi,' Hnnuliii'litl Ikiihiih hihiiii Id hiiiih
Hi., i.. tUur hY in"-" Willi' iiuiunilly lo llin KlIiiiiM fainlly r
Tho police have boon notified, and
everything Is being donu to gather
clues of her whereabouts. It Is
thought thut there could bo no other
hashi, That basis Is production Vol
ume of business In tons and dou'ii
and bules Is Its true measure. Them
Is now no ftiiidumontul reason to d.
ter production ,nnd not until It has
Increased to Its now pimcn-Uino pin
portions ran wo rest In the assiirancu
1 111(11 us HIT lis us iiiimin mi Km '
All Klks uio urged to bo present nt
the Importuut meeting of tho Klks
Lodge in tho local clubrooms tonight,
Hopei to Reduce Cost of
rooBon than that her health was very, . ... concerned, the war
had, to cans,, Mrs, Peck lo leave UH,H nM0 ,lt() ,,,Hl0.y, To 1H ()l
"I"' ! Mr. Pork Is very nnl"Hl1V0Py Bl ,, W0IIWII mduslrlally
tluit anyone niiio io uiniw u hkih
upon hlu wife's dlsnppoaraiico
commiiulcato with him.
AMERICANS TO HOLD
'! urrnAt.u . .
flp'Z,,,:,r'',1 ' '"wi,
u..nT f0lrill Is a r.i.....i...liu
(,,u'!r'10(l'f''i''riiiirMlilHf(ildM!Tliii now Heiinlor NIkIiih NiiyM llml
Wihuf.',1""1 "'("Irroln unlet IiIh iirliiolpul olulm l populurJly in
U(m 1 ,"?'IW"M rhl llmlrfliiMiii Uml ho In liitohiflor iiiiw llmt wo-
West VIrKllilu. rlemilor Hlnpliun n,
ICIIdnu illnil, nml hlu hoii Ihivld wiih
iippolnleil lo (III out Uio unoxplrml
loriii. 'I'lion Duvlil, who ul Unit Uiuo
wiim nn oiilioi' In lliu in my In I'rmii!"
wiih nliicloil for tlm next full lurm
or comiiieiclally ouiiloyod must pio-i
dm lo capacity. Not only Is pin
iliietlou essential, hut capital must hnj
aeciimulatoil nt a rale nipld enough i
lo offset tho (Instruction which took,
ADDED TERRITORY1"'1""" '? "v" y"i- Tim cohhuiu
., i Iiik publle must lecognlro that it urn
COIILKN'C, Sopt I Murshall Km- not coiillnuo linlelliiltoly lliu iuiiIo of
illiiunil Koch, eoiiiinniiilor of tho allied oxpoiidlliim which followed lis ii ic ,
forces, IwiH iloeldod lo oxloml llin lor- netlon from (ho wdMrinlnl of war,1
rltory that will be hold poriniiiioiilly but thai lliriri ror pbrsoonl bminflt Is
by tho American forces on Ilio Rhino. Ins ohsimiinl uh llirll'l for rmo's conn
Tlio urea will ho twice ns largo ss'iry W'lion itvmy liullvhlunl nijmlilo
tho en itory Unit was fonuorly iiiiiliu'of g'llnrul omploymont Is iirodiirlug
"""to. Km ii . " """' "inns
"N . VWrin Mr. Thorn-
moil vole, This pliotoKmpli was
luknii Noviirnl days iiko In Wanhliig-
r"l"'fl of dm !vui(fr f (on.
ho Ainorlniii Jurisdiction slum (ho
last cniiilmt division loft for homo.
... ,i '
HUNT FOR BANDITS
WABIIINOTON, Hnpl. 4. -Rogrnl
over Ilio firing lit Ilio American Army
nlrilmM on lliu hordor Tun-uliiy
morning wiih iixirHoi today by Ilio
AHiiirminiH worn hIviw U h
iloiuulmoiit loduy Uml mi Imiuodliilu
IiivouIIkiiIIoii will ho nmilo hy Mox.
Hill llllUlOllllllH wllh view lo it mil.
iNfimlory nilJiiNlnuiiiL of lliu iiiutUir.
HVhhlVtXN HKLIiH INTKIIIMT
If, II, Wiikoflold, Jolnt'proiirloloror
thu JXmIku gunigu on Kmirlli uml
Kluiniilli iivimuu with h. )'). Hiilllymi,
liuu purnliuHiul Ilio latler'u InUirmilN,
Mr, Hulllvmi will uiwrntu u Jllmy
Horvlcu In Kluinutli roll.
io capacity uml upending connenn
lively, our ocoiiomle mliusimom w
Tlio steady oxpaiisloii of (noiluc
live iicIIvIIIoh duiiiiK Ilio month Jus
tlflDH coiilliiiioil conlKlencii In a gi'iul'l
uul loliini lo iioi'iuul rmnlllloiiH,1
Cmmiioi'io Alonlhly siiys, In m'Kuii).
lo lliu iigilciilliinil nil uul foil fi says J
"Wlillu ho cri mitlook is not uv
sbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbH ' '
will bo accepted," declured the Pres
ident lu tones thut left no doubt of
AllciuplK to Right Wrongs
The President declared that tho
treaty Is nn attempt, to right tho
wrongs of Ktiropo, and that In IiIh
hiimhlo opinion It Is n mensurable
Hiii'cess, in praising tho treaty pro
vision for tho International Labor
Orcunlzutlon to hold Its first meeting'
lu Washington In October, Wilson
siildi "And let me tell you, It will
meet, whether tho treaty Is ratified
by then or not,"
lo said that the labor section or
tho treaty fulfilled thu tardy realiza
tion of the statesmen that thorn
could bo no good government or
poaco unless tho people thomsolvcs
Treaty Aids Small Nations
Referring to thu League of Na
tions, the executive wald that tho
covenant was formed lu fulfillment,
of it promfNn Unit tlio United iUulnu
was lighting lo "mid Ilio IiiisImchh of
bloodshed forever" Ho further do
I'liiiiul (hut not In I'stuhlUh tho
Imigiio would ho uufnlllifiil lo Ihoso
who Imvn died. "Thu treaty will
I mil' u way tho cliulim of oppiuhhIoii
uml will give Nimill mitlomillUim u
right lo llvn UieJr own IIvdh,"
"Don't let imm pull Uio treaty
I don n," said lliu J'l'ewlilunt In Ills Html
' nliiii "llin'l l.il Ilium iiilureiir,iu.iiil.
,,,.., ,,,,,, , ,, ,,,..,,, ,,,...,.,........
ft " An Iio lofl Uio crowded hull u
Clilnmmin Hlmiiiml suvnnti tlmeii,
"VVImt "boul HJiHiiUiiig7" I'riiHlilniit
Wilson did not hem- lilm.
good us l wuu six weeks hh Umro
lias been it tomlmic Huilously lo
over-iiHtlinalo tho mifuymublo us.
jmciu of lliu sflmiiloo, Thn 'W'uhI
for ii wjmui crop of 04,0,000
hiiuliuis is h wo tmr Urn mlh
ma to for thu supio ilulo u your w,
mid wlillu Ilio roni nity osllmuio s
below Ihut for IVIH, n in UH lurKU
yield, 8,7BH,0U,00 bushels, Ouh
will prolmhly oven yo be muy n
u'vuruKO yuld, 'i'lio col Ion crop will
ho nhorl, bill this fuel must jm coo
sldorcd lu rolutloh to (ho lugy mry
Mr. iUmo) (i, hommvull nt Ntw
York, mwly polfld nwlnlnnl.
crolury nt li tmwry, lm lmo p
polnlmi lo Uio rommllloo nt Ion mil'
powmod lo oypoml w billion dollur
lo rudiiru Mm t-i4 nt wlmuL
. n i m
mmmtm w mmvm MiW,
))r, MllwlM Milwt, willow nt
Uio mu r, litmry 0, Mwt, )m n
luriod to Klumuln lbi uml l rtwiiy
lo WOlVH lw PHllenl a( Unr officii
III Uio Vhllu Dulldisr,
WAHiimnroN, i. a., Hnpi, i,
U win propound loduy by Ilio itonuto
forclKll rolulloiM rommllleo llmt Co
IPsnlullon of ruUllrnllnii of Uio
pnuro ironly bo mloplml, mid Uml
Uio irnuly bu onlurml roporlml to Uio
1011 AUrlTIIAMAN HOWIUM
iii) 'iv wmmMY iNwmmwN.
mmKMMY, C'l Hopt, 4,-Omi
Ii ii ml rod odlar, rnmrly nil of lliflm
lumi owimn or (urnwr In Atislrnllu,
mo ImlitK mini hy Ilio Kovnmnont nt
AiulrHlln Id IUii llnlvmlly of C'aIIN
ornlti, for ImlnUiK U lion mUliiK, lr
liHullim, mid nlfulfu hmwIiih, ll wm
Htmouncml loduy hy nn, Thorna
I'DWlli limit nt tlm t'olliwi of ArU