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KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1919
Price, Five Centi
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PIONEER COMES BACK I
AFTER ABSENCE OF
TWENTY-NINE YEARS !
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Be Ume to FJjrLt ' AntPMi
tatodf-JWo Way Mhpwiho
Without AKitemmlii of the Nil
tlou of the World."
KANSAS CITY, Mo.. Bopt. C "I
Vn the Potest "pcct for tho boh-
tie but I navo C0IM0 t0 flK,lt ,or a
. iiu greater than tho Bonuto I lu
lend to Jlbt for that coubo In offlru
or cut, m l""SM l ,,vo "
Sach were tho words of President
Tlboa today In addressing a groat
r4 that gathered horo, taxing tho
ofultr of tho meeting hall. ThotiB
udi ot peoplo cheered thu nntlou'H
Utl eiecutlvo and his wlfo nB thoy
jused through tho HtruotH of tho
The President appoaled to tho
people to support tho pence treaty In
irder to Insure tho now order of
Torld affairs. Ho declared Hint thu
treaty was "shot through" with
American principles that had boon
lit there by tho common consent of
tie world, and that thu document
onld aubstltuto arbitration and
coMoKitlon for force
"Hero Is no way to dlspenso with
tie great armamenU of thu world
vttlott the agreements of tho grent
litloni of the world, and horo Ih tho
trreement. Tho Intrlguo which hns
tororlied Europo for uses will bo
ended by the peaco treaty. Germany
Till be the only great nation loft out
I the league, unless tho United
Stiles desires to stay out of tho
I. letme and como In lator with Ger-
President Wilson asked his audi
te not to think that ho had como
to light or antagonize anybody, but
tat he came solely for tho purpoBo
! "elng that Amorlcn went
taoagh with hor end of tho now
Keme of world affairs.
.n.nto fltlUNU U. S.
NEW YORK, Sept. C.Tho cum-
TO1 Of tho ItOOsnvnlt M..,.,..ii . ..
wetaUon to raise $5,000,000 for por
Mnt memorials to tho Into Tl.oo
i Roosevelt has been extended I.e.
lM tho Hnllwl oi...
. 7M Thompson. president of tlio
JUon, announced yesterday
"Jrank Stolnhnrt, president of
Vs "anna llnllu-,.,,.. i... ... .
Mil. ", huh uccepiod
'"'"npalgn chairmanship for Cu-
J "J that Colonel Chester IJar.l
'"!. UOTernnr n....... ... '
; he . oharBe of tho cum-
-;--; " '"mama Canal.
m . tT a ViKor"ll,, milBM
JJ". or Honolulu, will bo th0
fcl'1:? -" n.m,t.
kl cam., "oosovelt Momnr-
ta!! fJ- "'.Hted to
01 Cordova Jt Ve0rB0 C- Mlott.
Mini ' th0 Airmanship.
terest i 2 " rc,,ort ll,to" l-(-Octoberr
2?tt r 2th Bnd ta
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tttUhBi , nmout or bunln
, 'meter' L. . telEraphlc 'bar-
nt vV U'S tlmt th0 l
'lC;,U'l"B ABMt than
,oetiH,f ; volumo r bust-
Ln re it f?' BCcor,ns to
i'W11'Cu'ti " "Ullltl0l opora,
b, ttfliUt and ovory effort
I Id caiiio back to Ills oliL homo town
nftor an absence of u scorn anil nlnii
yoain and wan uiyBtirieil by tin
clianKOH that the hand of prii;resH
K. K. "Hell" McCord Ih In Klam
ath Falls from lilK homo In I'rlne
vlllo. Ho lias boon hero for flio past
two dnyii lookliiK, peurltiK about In
vain for tho old landmarks that bo
onco know bo well. Kvorywhuro tho
ncencA of yoHterdny buvo been alter
ed tlmo has moved thu cabins of his
day whon ho usod to drive a HtnRO,
to mako room for tho modern com
mercial centers of today.
'Soil'' only solace and henrkouliiK
to tho momorlert of the past were
tho liandclajips and swapping of
BtorloH with occasional pioneers a
Captain ApplOKato or Captain ao.
NEW MIlil.I.VKUY AllHIVKS.
I CoiiKri-sslouul Hpriirit InvfstlpitorH
KvrliiiiiKi "(iiiipllinentN" During
' lli-arliiK I-a Dedaics ltul-
lIcmiH "Cliiiraclvr AHMiusHlnatoi-M"
Mrs. Kmrna Snyder lias returned
from San Francisco with u full ami
comploto lino of millinery Hlie Is now
In reudlnosH for her Fall opening.
"Kyt'H f Army" Fly Over California
Forest h Spotting Firi-N In the Tim
her riaiiCM Are Kiilppeil With
I'OIITIJVNI), Sept. r,. Color was
Injected Into tho upruco Invcwtlga.
tlons being carried on horo by tho
etiiiKroiislonul BUb-commltteo when
ConKrosBtnan Frcnr chnrged that a
campalBn was holng conducted to
CU credit tho upruco Investigating
commltteo and work.
Frear further declared that ho
would got tho facts regardless of tho
Influence that has been brought to
hear. He had a tropical dobato with
Democratic Congressman Lea, who
claimed that tho Republican mem
bers of tho commlttoo wore Indulging
la "character aBsaBSlnatlon." Wit
nesses would get fair play declared
Frear. Ho unnounced that ho would
leuve further examinations of Drlga-dler-Oonoral
Dlsquo to his colloagues,
Muguo and Lea.
Spectacular Itolshevlkl Figure Hliot,
Douii While (JroHHlnj; Austrlun
1'Voiitlcr Wax Captured by Kus
Hlans In 1015. .
RANCH AT MERRILL
CAMPERS MUST GET
TO KINDLE FIRES
SAN FItANCISCO, Soptcmber C
Tho nlrplano "Tho ICyo ot tho Army," i
after having dono Its work ot destrue-1
tlon on tho buUlo fronts, has bcon
recruited In tho Pacific Coast states
In a now work of preventing des
truction. Within tho past fow days
national forests from ono end of
California to tho other have boon
put undor tho survolllanco of fleot
Do Havllnnds, equipped with wire
less nets to call quick attention to
forest fires and to direct tho flro
tlghttfs In about tho same mann.ir
that Thoy directed tho artillery In
tho World War.
An oscadrillo ot Do Hnvllands have
boon brought to tho forests In tlin
not thorn pnrt of tho state, whoro,
with Lieutenant U. C. Klul In charge
thoy nro making dally trlw radiating
from Huddlng. Thoy replaced a set
of seven Curtlss biplanes, which had J
! on sont from Salem, Ore. Ono roulo
starts nt Redding and goen north .
ovor Slssou and McCloud to Alturas
and thonco south to Mt. Lassen and
west to Hcddlug. Tho total trip Is !
3C0 miles. !
Anothor gocw northwest from
Redding ovor Trinity Contor und
thon circles ovor Forks ot Salmon, '
tho Klamath River at Happy Camp,
Yreka, Orleans on tho Lower Klnm
ath and Willow Crcok.
Another goes from Redding over
Hayfork Vnlloy, Lakoport, Klk Creole,
Oriental nnd Harrison (Julch,
A patrol centering at Sacramento
fllen to obscure Sierra points, landing
nt. Rod niurr.
Anothor patrol contorlng at Frcs-
no goes ovor Hume, bohlnd Sequoia I
Park ovor tho high Sierras and then I
on to llakorsfiold. Still another route '
guards tho Kings River country.
A dozon or more nlrpluno eventu
ally will bo used in tho patrol and
will bo driven by aviators who will
bo sklllod In forestry ns well ns fly
WASHINCTON, D. C. Sept. 6.
For the present serious fire emer
gency In the West, tho Secretnry ol
Agriculture ha extended the regula
tion which requires campers to ob
tain In advance from forest officers
permits to build camp fires In the
National Forests In California, Ore
gon, Washington, Idaho, Montana,
Under this emergency regulation,
which will be In effect for the period
from Septembor 1 to September 30,
1919, tho Forest Supervisors are au
thorized to designate, from time to
time, as conditions warrant, tho lo
calities of special hazard In which
special camp-flro permits will bo re
quired. Failure of campors to obtain
such permits to build camp fires will
make them llnblo to tho penalties of
tho law for tho violation of tho regul
ation governing tho administration
of the National Forests.
Tho general extension of this regul
ation, which has been in rorco on sev
eral forests in southern California,
becomes necessary on account of the
great flro hazard and tho carolessness
of campers. During tho present seas
on campers in Idaho and Montana
havo been responsible for about 200
fires from unextinguished enmp fires.
SOX ItOllX YKSTKKDAV
TO MRS. K. II. KADCL1KF,
Thomas lienor Rndcliff was born
to Mr. and Mrs. It. II. Radcllff, Sep
tember fUli, at tho home or Mrs. Rad
cllff's parents, Captain and Mrs. W.
Mrs. Radcllff, who was formerly
Ruth Hall, is well known hero as she
attended high school and taught In
the county before her marriage. Mr.
Rndcliff Is Assistant Forester on the
Klamath Indian Reservation.
IJUDAPKST, Sept. C "Comrade"
Sczumuell, ono of the organizers of
tho Red Army, who was shot while
attempting to cross the Austrian
frontier after tho fall of Oela Kun,
was one of tho most spcctuacuiar fi
gures in tho brief but sanguinary
rolgn of tho Hungarian Rolsheviki.
Sczamuoll was thirty years old,
tho son ot a small landowner. He
worked on the Budapest radical nows
papor, Nepsavo, and was rather an
obscure member of the Left Wing ot
tho Social Democratic party. He en
tered tho army, and was among the
officers captured by tho Russians In,
IS 15. They sent him to a Siberian
prison camp where he remained until
the Uolshovlk revolution, when be
went to Moscow. Here he took a
leading part among the agitation of
the prisoners ot war, and became
Interested in tho Rolshevlk move
ment. Returning to Hungary after the
downfall of the Hapsburgs, he work
ed unceasingly In preparation for the
BolBhovIk coup d' etat, enjoying great
popularity among the soldiers.
After tho Soviet government wp.s
set up, Szamuell entered the govern
ment ns a member of the War Col
lego, and passed much ot his tlmo or
ganizing the Hungarian Red Army.
Ho took a porsonal part In resist
ing tho Roumanian advance.
XKW DIAMOND DISCOVKRKD
WIIjIj lMtKACII TOMORROW
MORNTNO AT MT. LAKI.
Rov, A. M. McFurlnnd, pastor or
tho Presbytorlun Church at Albany,
Orogon, arrlvod in Klamnth Falls
last night In company with Rov. K, P.
Lawronco, pastor or tho local Pros
Rovorond McFarlnnd Is horo to
look ovor tho flold with tho idea or
locating, Bhould conditions prove
fnvornhlo. Ho will pronch tomorrow
morning und evening at tho Mt, Luk'l
HAUY PALLICI) WILSON PKACK.
LONDON. Sopt. 0, Wilson Poaco
la tho namo which has been given u
child just baptized at Fiuchluy, Eng
AMSTERDAM Sept. G. Informa
tion reached hero today that a now
Atrlcan diamond fluid bad beon dis
covered by officers ot tho British
Geological Survey in the Gold Coast.
Tho stones are found lu shallow'
quartz gravol (!5 miles northwest of
Accra, capital or tho city. About GOO
gems have boon found by panning
during the preliminary operations.
noil ARMHD MIXICKS MAY
CHARLESTON. West. Vu Sopt. fi.
Dosplto tho ploas or Governor John
Cornwoll lust night tha thoy roturn
to tholr homes, fiOO minors armed
with riries loft Oak Orovo today.
Thoy Btnrted inarching across tho
mountains to Coal RIvor whoro It Is
undorstood thoy plan to rorco tho or
ganization or tho minors ot that district.
1IAUY HORN LAST NIGHT.
A baby boy was bom last night
to Mr. and Mrtf. C. P. Qontry, ot Chll
oquln, nt tho mutornlty hospital. Tho
baby wolguod nlno pounds,
WILL BE BUILT
As evidence of the growing Im
portance ot this city as a center of
automobile activity, the announce
ment that there is to be added to Its
industries a machine shop that will
have mainly tor Its purpose the pro
duction of repair part for autos thnt
must now be shipped from the larger
cities and sometimes from the fac
tory, will be received with welcome
by tho public generally and auto deal
ers In particular. A number of citi
zens havo associated themselves to
gether with the object ot launching
such an enterprise, among them be
ing W. E. Seohorn, K. N. Wood and
E. J. Mayor, who tar sometime has
been foroman or the repair depart
ment ot tho White Pelican Garage.
Those gentlemen havo gone to Port
land for tho purposo or purchasing
tho needed machinery for tho pro
But for tho past several years, and
this year In particular, a largo num
ber of machines have been tied up
horo becauso of the Impossibility of
procuring ropair parts that could
not well bo hnndlod in stock. Ono of
tho principal items is the matter of
gotting gears. It is tho Intention of
theso men to install machinery tht
will cnnblo them to mako any kind
of a gear now In use In automobiles
togothor with nny of tho other parts
that nro hnrd to get. Tho estnblish
mon of such a plant horo, will havo
a tendency to rentrallzo the autonio
hllo business of tho torritory In Klam
ath Falls nnd Is suro to result in
much financial benefit not only to
thoso embarking In tho enterprise
nnd tho dealers in nutomoblles nnd
their accessories, but to tho commun
Tho 161st anniversary ot tho
birth ot Larnyotto will bo rolobrntod
today with observances throughout
tho United States. As this Is also
tho rirth annlvorBnry or tho first bat
tlo or tho Marno tho day has a two
WILL RINO TREATY.
VIENNA, Sopt. G, Dr. Karl Ron
nor, head ot tho Austrian Poaco Dole
gallon nnnouncod today that ho
would roturn to St. Donnaln on Sun
day, to sign tho peaco treaty handed
to Austria tub wock.
From tho battlefields of France to
a ranch near Merrill Is tho course
that Walter C. Smith, returned over
seas veteran has followed In his pur
chase yesterday in conjunction with
his brother Hnlbert E. Smith, ot tho
C. A. Bunting ranch.
Ono hundred and twenty acres are
included In the Bunting ranch as well
as approximately 500 tons or alfalfa.
The consideration involved In the
transaction was $20,000.
Both Walter and Halbort Smith
are Colorado boys who havo spent the
past few years, prior to the war, In
Berkeley, California. Walter will
take possession of the new ranch Im
mediately while his brother Halbort
will leave Berkeley for Merrill In the
Prlvatp Walter Smith, as he was
known in tho service, wears five tiny
stars mounted in a rainbow-hued
cloth bar, indicating five major en
gagements that he was In. He was a
member of the 110th Engineers,
vhlch were a part ot tho 35th, or
' Mokan" division. He returned
from France In May.
Well Known Lumber Man
IS TAKEN OVER
Commercial Use of Famous River Is
Promoted Only After Tedious Ef
forts on Part of the Inter-AUIcd
ABOARD, S. S. ALEXANDER, ON
THE DANUBE, HUNGARY, Sept. 6.
Sir Ernest Thomas Troubrldge, ad
miral commanding the Danube, for
the Inter-Allied Commission, in an
interview on his flagship today des
cribed the success which so far has
marked the efforts of tho commission
"to promote the commercial use of
the Danube" since June 1 when con
trol of the river passed Into Its
The commission, which is tempoi
ary, is responsible to the Supreme
economic council at Paris. Its other
members are the Marquis de Bellow,
captain of the French Marine; Count
Denticl, an Italian colonel and Hen-1
ry James, an American. The prompt
and etrective manner in which trans
port facilities on the Danube were re
stored by the commission Is well
known to all observers ot events In
the Balkans. How it was accomplish
ed Is another story.
Admiral Troubrldge, who partici
pated In the naval defense) or Bel
grade in 1915 and in the great Serb
ian retreat Is credited with his col
leagues as doing much toward recon
struction In southeastern Europo.
For two years ho was a representative
ot the British War Cabinet at Salon
iki and came north with tho advanc
ing armies, reaching Belgrade on the
day the Austrlans tied.
"Early in November or 19 IS," ho
said, "there was not a singlo steam
ship available for service on the Dan
ube So wo had to begin at tho very
beginning. It was tho aim ot tho Aus
trlans that all shipping should escape
up tho river to ectety boyond Vienna.
Hut as tho ships raced northward
they woro fired upon from the 3hores
by tho Jugo-Sla revolutionaries. As
a result, ninny of tho crews deserted
and a number of ships woro surren
dered or beached. This gavo us a
nucleus for tho reorganization of
"Every difficulty confronted us.
Wo had to secure nnd organize new
crows, ropair machinery and land
ings. Tho armies had bo bo moved
and nn lmmenso volumo ot trnMe
awaltod handling. Also thoro was a
groat shortago ot coal. Wo socurod
somo along tho river, and later from
Sarajovo, but tho groat bulk had to
ho furnished by Great Britain's Throo
thousand tons wero supplied regular
ly each month. Service had been ro
sumed to Somlln, permitting connec
tion with tho railway terminus; to
Panchovo and to Novl-Sad,
MILL fiO TO LOS AXOKLES.
D. T. Luddon, manager of tho local
offlco ot tho Pnclflo Telephone and
Telegraph Company, will leave to
morrow morning for a two week's va
cation in Los Angeles,
TIMBER IS BIG ASSET
Fred H. Oilman, Manager of Pacific
Coast Department., of.. America
Lumberman Magazine, Betiercti
Klamath Falls Will ProgreM
Steadily ' Says Lumber Mills la
County Working FuU Shift
That the lumbering resources of
Klamath County are bound to bring-
thlB section of the country into prom- ,
inence during the next few years is
the firm belief of Fred H. Oilman,
manager of the Pacific Coast Depart
ment of the American Tlmbermart
magazine, who is In Klamath Falls
for a, few days inspecting the various
mills and box factories located here.
Mr. Gilman came to Klamath Falls
by way of Bend, where""he inspected
the HIcks-Shevlln and "Brooks-Scan-lon.
He is gathering data for the Am
erican Lumberman ,a national maga
zine that Is published in Chicago.
"This county Is enormously rich in
timber resources," said Mr. Gilman in
talking over the lumber situation of
this territory. "There Is an almost
Inexhaustible supply of standing ttm-
ber In the county. It bespeaks years
of continued property. Increasing;
payroll, mill sites and a goodraUec?
population within a few ears. Na,
ono need ever fear that your city. la
going thru tho boom stage thera
are too many firm foundations of
ever-producing resources that will as
sure the steady growth and wealth,
of the community."
The lumber industry all over the
country is booming ln'the re-construe-tlon
and after-the-war-buildlng that
is going on, according to Mr. Gilman.
"Lumber mills over the country ara
going night and day In production tn
meet the demands of the country.
Building is going on at a good rate
despite the high costs of all mater
ials. Everywhere -one travels he
finds crowded conditions, with hotels
packed. Tho war has brought thous
ands of people to the cities who for
merly lived in the country and outly
ing district. Consequently all cjulors
are finding themselves unable Jo
comfortably house their peoples."
MRS. WORDEN PASSES
AWAY IN PORTLAND
Announcement of the death ot Mrs.
Charles E. Worden was received hero
yesterday by her daughter Mrs. Burgo
Mason. It occurred in Portland,
Thursday night. The deceased had .
beon in poor health for several vea'rs.
having gone to Portland from Klam
ath Falls about a year ago in tho
hopes that the change of climate and
altitude would bo beneficial. Mr.
and Mrs. Burgo Mason loft this morn
ing to attend the funeral which will
ho hold in Portland.
Tho decensed wns born in New
York stato June 28, 1851. At an oar
Jy ago she was taken by her
parents to Michigan, whore she grew
into womanhood. In 1S70 she mar
rlod Charles E. Worden and with
him went to liyo at Delta Ohio, where
thoy romnlnod until 1894, when Mr.
Worden was sent by tho government
to look after nfrairs on tho Klamnth
Reservation. They roslded nt the
Klamnth Agency until 1898, whon
thoy moved to Klamnth Falls, where
until 1918 they occupied nn Import
ant part in tho growth and develop
ment ot this city. Mrs. Worden was
a woman possessed or a most lovnblo
disposition, who ondeared herselt to
a wide circle or friends who will bo
grloved and shocked to learn of hor
doath. Sho Is survived by hor hus
band, Mnjor C. E. Worden nnd Judgn
W. S. Worden, who woro with hor
whon sho dlod, nnd Mrs, Burgo Mas-.
on of this city.
PAPERS FAIL TO PUBLISH. .
TACOMA, Sept. 0.- Nowspaposr In
Taconm today made no attempt to
publish following tho printers waller