mMMMmmmmmmm imamamir, WUUI1Z91AA '..I r-' SEfrg fat gmrtg Herald . . am OFFICflLVL PAPER O KLAMATH COUNTS; KtAMATH FALLS Fourteenth Year No. 3733, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1919 Price, Five Cent SlEflS IKE TQDflY IN BIT STRIKE Senate Will Start Probe on Thursday INDUSTRY IS CRIPPLED ELECTRIC FIRM IS NOW IN NEW HOME1 Hi 61 S 1 BIG BOOSTER LE LOT MEET Today In moving day for the Link Hlvor Klertrle company im tlu-lr nw ' iioiiii' nt Hit' comer of Seventh mull Klamath Streets has been completed I I and Ih now ready Tor nccuimniv i u , ,. ,, . , Tl,y huvu boon .dialing their id " ,"'N" ' """T'y '" "'"'"tU "" "K" Under .tiiuii nii'i-ciN ih TiiKrn over iy mi hnlldliiK with tho Western Transfer coiniiuny for tho pant two welts Tho now idiop occupies tlio whole of tho olio ntory lulc-k building, which has boon under construe tlon for tho creator part or the summer It Ih to have all niodeni equipment In tho idertilcul work Mhop and a Prominent Clothing Merchant. Consideration Not Public Way for IMjj Gathering at Lorcllu Previous to Horn! Election, at Which City Hus inoss Men Will Participate A monster boost meeting for the ,,. Plants Clii-rtl Toilny ""' l' Ability f Spr.-iMl of Strike N ln- illcnlcd J Illot I'll Hilda foro Senate oimnlttco I With tho fliinio business foresight that has enabled him to glow from voting of tho Langell Valley irrlga- a clerkship to one of the bfi'gest i lion bonds early next month at now supply of electrical fixtures an, merchnnli- of the city. Fiod L. Homh- ' which the business men of Klamath coinliii;, and will he on the market ton has puichasod the rouMiouhI cor-, Falls will attend with an orchestra, COW WORTH FORTUNE DIES AT MONMOUTH -Main Aie InJ (I l( , I I 0 If "T" it, lied Hallle ill ''' '' ly ! "jj 1 9 ; (o He Wltnesx It- ICiUM 5 SGHDO! 1 1 nor of. .Main and Seventh streets. This deal has been ponding for somo tlinu, duo principally to tho rcluc taiic,. of A. A Ilellman and Son lo a nones ot line talks given and a social gathering followed by a dance Is now contemplated and will, If tho present plans materialize, he hold en MONMOUTH, Sept. 23. Rocn ette's Bonnie, record-breaking Jersey cow belonging to John H. Stump & Son, died Wednesday night when she gave birth to a calf. Tho Jersey was an aristocrat of tho breed and was valued at $10 000. Sho held tho record for the pro duction of milk and butter from any Jersey cow Imported from the Is land of Jersey to the United States. She qualified June 15, 1910, when she completed a year's record of 17, 382.1 pounds of milk which yielded 9-13.12 pounds of butter fat, or the equivalent of 1109 pounds of butter. T 1 PIE IS Pi DAT! I-' ' " "' ''"(l l'nv "f treat utrugbl. ' " ' ''"" "" I sited Stat. -i ' ''iporatlou o - ,MdWi 'I" "" " " t,,u xl"n' of tho strike i. Mill tincortaln duo ' h'II tho property, which they rc. I Wodnosday, October 8. -This mcet I cetitly purchased from tho Sander-1 lK will probably be held at Lnrelln RjfjfiU'M.n eytaie. This hi recognised as be- Tho election, at which the $900. f'Jl ( ' 1'H' '"' of the best cornels in th I000 bonds for tho irrigation or the Jl-L-Iil l,v- '" "w "t ""' location of t.-,,,,st Langell Valley territory will be iSli.ihoin dtpot one blo k south and "'""nutted. Is set for October 11, and the corner of Klamath. Tho property Indications aio strong at this time IE CAFE IS TIB San Francisco Firm Is Suc cessful Bidder $5.33 1-3 PRICE OFFERED 'ourPH In Seei'nl I'm, I ;il Huh-' !-,-; , rrntitiige or sixty-five fed , Jcits Aio Ollcicd nt the Mainalli' M ''n Street and 112 reet on Seventh County lllgli Hih-ol Tin or Night aml l -cupied by a two-story frame a Weill. No Tiillion to c dlctlnc claims That tuM Industry was grettlv ... ... ,. .,f llll. crippled in uir Kr-.i .." -,.,, KlulIlalh c,Hiity High School tiborg. Crura,-" and Youngstnwu. , n(jhl HcUmU wh(,h m() 1(o(mi h() ws ,crtaln To,!a a reports ro-ord.C(ij8ful wUj (lurlnK lho iMsl f(jw tamrrd saim for atrlkora. "l"" jurH( wilM. M.HllIllt., n n, xt Mon ,unti ri n l"'d and s" ", ,ij. 0Veiiliig and ho continued for hlch cre nble to .erato yoHterdi.vi u ,,.,.,,, ; nlinolinil.. Ih g closed tod iv Tho noiw'.Ti.iny, ,, ,1)(Io ,,(ay )p ,,,.. , U).1( oHHpr'.d to t unafr.-cted ,.ourBU8 wl ,10 , Iu.,, In ,mk. plants Lcfoming more threatening. km))lllKi typowrltlng. Htonogrnphy Rioting has been resumed at -.anous , ,),,,, e,l(; d Kngllsh poLis Onen,,a in di.id. thtoo ir .b- rlw 8u(18loH llr , hu ,.,,, ()l thu0 ibly fatally Injured and core 1-s. ov,lllInBB u wU MolllIayi Tuesday merely wounded tlius far In tho , Tiursday. oiieniuir at 7 and clos ing at 9. strike. A pitched hattlu is raglnt.' et Xewastlc, Pennsylvania. WASIIINOTON', D. C , Sept. 2S The senate has ordered an Investiga tion of tho steel strike by tho labor ttmmltteo, beginning Thursday. Tho tody adopted a resolution offered h Senator Konyon, the Iowa Ilopuhll a, lo this offect. Tho senate will tee it any remedial action may bo tilen. Judge Gary, chairman of tho stool wporVon, Is to bo tho first witness. This i,s one of tho Uncut opportuni ties for young people and older ones, too, who have not tho opportunity to attend thu day sessions to take up tho study of these principal subjecth by which they can increase thuir earning capacity. Tho fact that there iu no tuition charge for tho valuable, Instruction makes tho of fer doubly tempting. YIHITOKK IX TOWX FAP.UELL, l'a., Sept. 2.1. Moro rioting Is In progress today and ono an n shot and killed. Soveral wrs sero hurt last night. Many loots ero tired todav The police fated that 11 persons had boon hit ty bullets. P1TT31U IK,. M,t ts.sir.i. ms claim that there are tare.) totdred and twentv seven thnunnnd ea now striking This is a big in ttease slnco yesterday. 9. ' VISIT KltOM MKMl'HIS Mr, and Mrs. .T i niini.to .. MBo and Memphis, are visitors "Klamath countv Mi- rm,.i,iot i til!",,"16 tlm,K"' t0(,!l' w'th Jnck J a looking aver his timber Mdta In this rounlv Tn0 Castornero n .. , , trltli vi rul' 1'ieuseo )e t " nuuiu 11KO IO 801- VS it It Wei-0 llOt for ll,el,,naa "Wrests which i,m.i ,,. ..... fjji -- " mum ill inu Mr. and Mrt. I.ouls Italiu, fioni tho Kdgcwood ranch will spend a fow days at tho W. II. Mcl'herren homo. IA . MSJfS Hiivu siinoitiA roii ir. marrm nn p inflrriuruuijL ! IS STILL BUSY Council Decides to Maintain This Olllcer for Another Month IJulId Injr MoWng; Is Kegiilated I'er mils Are (ranted 11. (ny KVUDlV0STOIf( Sppt. 1250 iJ . w"'"8i)orit J'Ogan wilth m tl T tr"K Principally .. "8 0t tho Titml... .i. . 'ntrv io . w-ouYuiiiu in- Tte ' for "' Tltod States to ,'nvayot Manila n,i i,U..i.i - '" IU Run T.--. . uum in- "Renin, "anclRC0 nbottt Octobor kKBuV." . "l tro0"3 arrived eth. Jioro I44A M'..T v w AiW THIilTV VOTIXCJ. J;ashiNgt0Ni Hnn, treat! ,, rol,cnI1 Peaco ed Jfthosenatoadopt 4Hant0(10tfortyooto torl0n ,,y Scator Et. -mlnlnK tho tt.,.i., 0n. .. .m dlffOront Cflm.nl. a . -" unnAM 4. "' treaty o; On a motion of councilman Frank M. Upp at last night's mooting, traf flc offlcor, F. It. Wohhor was ap pointed by tho mayor tor thirty moro days In tho hopo that the speed germ will havo been killed within that tlmo. An ordlnnnco regulating tho mov ing of buildings ovor tho city streets was read for tho third tlmo and was adopted. l'ornilts aro bolng grantod at each meeting for now buildings and ro pairs to old ones. Last night W. W Hatton was grantod a pormlt to orect a two roomod ljouso on lot 308, block 110 In Mills Addition, noss Nickor Bon to suspond au oloctric sign ovor tho door of his pluco of business at tho corner ot Main and Seventh streets, tho sign to bo 10 feet long and 4 Ms foot wide. 11. Frank Owens was pormitted to build a frame, addi tion to his homo In Nichols addition, at tho appropriate cost of $800, and fleorgo lilolin'a pormlt to robuild tho burned portions of tho Fold Oarage was granted last night. bulldipg. the tennantH of which are tho Western Transfer Co., and O. I'ejton. The upstairs is used as o looming house. Tho consldeiatlon for the juopenv huh not announced, but It is under stood to be at a figure that shows a rial healthy growth In InisInOo pro perty values on Main Street, parti cularly in this section. No pi. ins hdvtPbeen lonsidercd for the improvement of tills property by Mr. Houston. The now owner Is ono ui the .oiing busiuebs men of the citv, who Inn grown up with It. When Klamath Falls was but a ham let, .Mr. Houston engaged In the gen oral merchandise business, later con centrating In gents furnishings and shoes, bolng ono ot tho membeis ot the K. K. K. Store. Tho samo faith that has always prompted him to keep abreast of tho times In the busi ness of tho city has prompted him to branch out In thu purchase of Main Street business property, which is considered, now to bo ono of the best Investments ono can make. PIONEERS LEAVING FOR FORMER HOME tuat it win no carried by an over whelming majority ,tho farmers hav ing been brought to see during the last fow years how rapidly their neighbors with the water have out stripped them. j Tho water, according to the latest I plans, Is to be brought both from i Clear Lake In California and the I Horsefly Hcservoir and will cover an 'area mudi larger than contemplated jln any i tho former schemes. The 'details have been worked out by I County Surveyor C. T. Darley. The total cost will ho considerably low er .according to the estimates, than that of the lands of tho original pioject. Pressed Uriel: Structure at Corner of Seventh and Main Streets AVill lie Heady for llusiness About the 10th of October Kwaunn I5ov Company of This City Is Second, Orrcrlng $.1.00 icr Thousand Timber Ides Along JCastcm Sldo of Southern Pacific Kailroad in the Klamath Reserva tion, Xear Here Mr. and Mrs. William Grlfflth, pioneers of Klamath county, who lune m ide their homo In Poo Vnlley for years, rented their wheat ranch thero to tholr sons, Frank and Lovi, and will leave in tho near futuro for Georgia. They came formerly from that stato and will spend tho winter renewing old acquaintances in tho south. CALKINS UPHELD IN IRWIN CASE A. .1, liAI.KOUH MAV UK XKXT AMIIASSADOi:. LONDON, Sept. 21! Arthur James Ilalfour, Ilrltish sect clary of state for foreign affairs., Is expected to re tire from that position In tho nut limn, nml may succeed Lord Grey as British ambassador to tho United States. Ho is said to bo slated for an earldom. SALEM, Sept. 23. Former Dis' trlct Attorney John Irwin, of Klam ath County did not have authority to enter into contracts of his own ac cord with detectives to assist in run ning down bootleggers and to chargo claims to the county, according to an opinion of the Suprome Court to day. Tho opinion by Justice affirm ed Judge Calkins from whose de cree Irwin appea'led. This case is ono that has been ponding for soveral years and was. one that aroused considorablo in terest hero at tho time of the con troversy. Tho action taken by At torney Irwin in lieu of alleged co operation on tho part of the Sher iff's office. xi-:w iti:coius von CL1MIHXG IS SICT. MOTOlt TO LOWICIt 1,AKK. 1)1 VOUCH SUIT FILKD. Iloaring of tho suit for divorco of nicljurd Schuttlo against Kva Schut tlo was given last ovoning In tho Cir cuit court, chnmbqra boforo Judge 1). V. Kuykondali. nonnor and Chas tnln nppoarod for tho plaintiff. Tho dofendent did not appear. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur A. Jones with a party of frionds motored around tho Lower Lake yestorday. Thoy re port a delightful trip with tho ox coptlou of tho dusty stretches of road oncountored nt intervals. Tho motorists took tholr lunch and plc nlcod at noon tlmo. HACK FKOM rOKTIiAXIl C. W. Eborloin, who has boon in Portland on business connocft"' with his extensive interests iu this city and county, returned homo last night. . HIOTL'HX FROM HAST Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Duncan and son roturnod last evening from Ken tucky, whoro thoy havo boon visit ing with relatives for tho past sov eral weeks. WKATHI-nt HIU'ORT Orogon Fair and warmer in east portion. Wednesday, fair with gen tle easterly winds. M1NKOLA. N. V., Sept. 23. Rol and Holphs, the aviator who on Thursday Is bolleved to havo brok en tho world's record for altitude, yesterday established what is claim ed is another world's record, this tlmo for "speed climbing". Driving tho samo Curtlss Wasp trlplano ho used Thursday, ho climbed 19,500 feet In nlno minutes 42 2-.", seconds, npproxiniatoly 2000 feot a minute. Tho flue building now being put up for tho Rex Cafe is Vapidly near- iug completion and Ross Nickerso.i, the energtic proprietor, exp.'cts to be able to launch his business by tho 10th of next month. .Mr. wiciterson, who natl built up a largo trade in the restaurant busi ness, was temporarily put out of bus iness by tho destiuctlve O'-e on that corner last spring. The now build ing in which ho will shortly resume his operations will far surpass his former accommodations and will be run strictly on a par with tho city eating hcuses. The equipment, which is now here awaiting installa tion, is the most modern and up to dato obtainable. The room adjoining the main rest room will bo devoted to an up-to date confectionery in which a candy maker will conduct his operations in the front window. HERB FROM CALIFORNIA. President E. R. Reams ot the First National Bank is back from his California home at Mountain View for a few weeks on matters of busi ness. o ELKS TO SELL THIT STA1PS Campaign for tho Disposal of tho - Haby Hands Will Ho Taken Up and Put Through by the Herd of Peppery Hills W1L1IKLM WILL HH DnMAXDF.l) OF HOLLAND. PARIS, Sept. 23. Tho Dutch minister in Paris has been advised, according to the Libre Dolgiguo of Urussohs, that Holland within-' two wooks will receive a demand for tho extradition of former Emperor Wil liam in behalf of tho allies. jury is Kxcusrcn. Tho Circuit Court jury has been oxcused by Judge D. V. Kuykondali until noxt Monday, somo of tho cases which woro scheduled to come up during this weok, having been set tled out of Court. Tho Cnso of Ilallor versus Hop kins, a civil law suit Is to bo taken up on Monday. GOKS TO HLY Mrs, Jim Drlscoll has loft for a visit of a week with relatives and friends nt Dly. hack frem: YREICA. K, L.'EUlott, who has boon spend ing a fow days in Yroka on htislnoss, roturnod on last night's train. PORTLAND, Sopt. 23. Officials and members of Elks' lodges in tho stato of Orogon aro quickly rallying to tho support of tho Oregon State Elks' association, iu its determina tion to carry the war savings stamp canlpalgn to successful conclusion. Portland lodge, at its last regular mooting unanimously voted to take part In tho drive, and yestorday wo -was received from La Grando that similar action had been taken thore. The klckoff of tho campnlgn will come on Octobor 1 and the official canvass will contlnuo for throe months. Ono of the main endeavors of officials of tho stato association will bo to obtain 5000 persons in tho stato of Oregon who w'lll subscrlbo to tho limit or $1000 in war savings stamps or treasury certificates. If this effort Is successful, Oregon's quota can bo assured. Harry G. Allen, president of tho Oregon stato Elks' association, will lenvo Portland tomorrow for a tour of, tho state to organlzo tho various counties and prepart for the oponlng of tho drlvo. Tho campaign to ho launched in Portland will bo handled jtliru a largo committee to bo appolntod by Exaltod Ruler Berg. Qrogon, accorlng to Mr. Allen, is about ?C, 000, 000 short In t,ho war savings campaign. The McComber-Savidge Lumber Company with a bid of ?5.33 1-3 per thousand feet for standard and $1.25 for inferior was the successful bidder at tho Klamath Agency at Noon today for the Cliff Boundary Unit of one hundred million feet ot California! White Pine offered by the Indian Department on the Klam ath Reservation. This is a staggering figure considering prices at former sales. This valuable tract of timber lies along tho eastern side of tho South ern Pacific Road between Chlloquln and Kirk on the Klamath Reserva tion and will log economically to the railroad. The other bids submitted were as follews: Ewauna Box Company, $5.06 for standard and $1.00 for inferior; W. O. Crosby and S. O. Johnson $4.44 for standard and nofhing for inferior; William M. Bray, $4.06 on standard and $1.00 on Inrenor; t7il liamson River Loggfng Company, $4.GS for Standard and $1.00 for Inferior. Considerable interest has been manifested in lumbering circles hero over this sale. The winning firm Is a San Francisco concern. PORTLAND BANKERS COMING TO CITO PORTLAND, Sept. 23. Every, hanking institution in Portland will; be represented by at least one chief, cecutive on tho Southern Oregon bu siness men's excursion, which will run to Rosehurg, Grants Pass, Med ford, Ashland snd Klamath Falls during the week of October 12, ac-, cording to information received br the trade department of the Cham ber of Commerce. Arrangements are being made by the Portland committee in charge of, the excursion to have the business men of the cities visited as the guests of the Portland delegation at a lun- cheon on tho day of tho visit. Rose-' burg has accepted tho invitation and other cities will likely bo heard from by early next week. A special train has been obtained, for the trip anil accommodations will bo arranged for 125 men. Re servations aro being made every -day. AKRTAIj MAIL SERVICE TO THE CONGO FLAX ANTWERP. Sopt. 23. An aerial postal servico between Leopoldvlller and Stanleyville In the Congo will bo In operation within tho next three months, If tho plans of tho Belgian government are carried out. A steamer has just left Antwerp carry ing aviators, hangars and 15 planes which will bo used In the service. LEAVE FOR JACKSOX Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Wlllits havo returned from Jackson county, whore thoy have been visiting for somo time. They woro accompanted homo In tholr car by Mrs. C. W. Woltors ot Talent. " Mrs. Wolters Is a sister of Mrs. Wlllits and expects to visit horo for several days. RETURNS FROM PORTLAND F. H. Mills returned last night from Portland, whoro ho has boeiin for tho purpose of giving his atten tion to foderal cases In which hi li acting as attorney.