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KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1919
Price, Five Cents
1 1 IKES
light Big Liners to Be Tak
DECISION LAST NIGHT
Mid Hi K"1 u. u;,v;;
Them at Iiwt Temporarily, lt
ur Department Him Decided to
Turn Them "'r to UnUcrt HtnUH
HhlpplnR IWmrd New Unoi to Jlo
WASII1N0TON, Sopt. 27. Kl;lit
former German llnor allocntod to
the United States nflor tlio armistice.
inrimllne Iho linpnrliitor, tho nccontl
largest vessel nflont, are to lo turned
irer to tho Shipping 1,01inl y l"
Tho Hrltlsh ministry of shipping
tad expected tho Iinpurlntor to bo
turned orcr to Its ngontB todny und
the Tessel was already promised to
Cunard Lino for scrvlco hotweon Now
York and Kngland.
Tho decision to chnngo tho plans
w mado last night. Tho nhlps
nero used as transports nnd England
Hi claimed their nllocutlon only
temporarily and It wna undorstooil
that they should revort to tho Allied
fhlppln? poo! for permanent loca
tion. Tho Shipping Hoard howovcr,
holds original assignment pcrmnn
cat All ossels aro hugn liners which
are all now In tho United Stilton. I
They will bo used In establishing
new freight and mall passenger lines i
presumably to Groat Britain, Kuropo
cad South America.
WILL APPEAR HERE
MIhh Wlnnlo Carpontor of San
FrnnulHCo Ih vlHltlng hor mothor,
MrH. Kay, and brother, William F.
Kay, secretary of tho Central Labor
Council of Klamath FuIIh.
MIhh Carpenter Is Houbrctto with
tho comedy Block company of tho
Allies Theater In Han Francisco,
whore Hho Iiuh been appearing for a
numbor of wuokfl thin season.
Hor trip to Klamath Falls Is In
tho nature of a well deserved vaca
tion. Ilefore returning to San Fran
cIhco In the near futuro Miss Car
pontor will appear at tho Mooso hall
next Wednesday, October 1, the oc
casion being ladles' night of the
! NEW PASTOR
Prominent Merchant Makes Ascen
sion Without Aid of I tail loon.
Wns In Need of Much Itallast for
BIG STRIKE IS
Those who wore out on Main
street early this morning looking at
tho object in tho air with the Idea
that It might bo an airship, wro
greatly surprised when tho rope was
pulled in to Und on the end one
L. 0. Van Horien, who up to yester
day, was a promlnunt bIioo merchant
In this city. Certain events last
night, howovor .transpired which
have swelled him all up llko a toy
balloon and ho hns to havo a heavy
weight attached to him to keep him
on tho ground.
The event above referred to was
descrlln-'d this morning by Dr. Geo.
I. Wright as a nine-pound boy nam
ed Roger howls.
Mrs. Van Delicti and tho llttlo new
comer are reported to bo getting
YOrXOSTOWN. Ohio. Sept. 27 -Following
a canvass of omploycH as
they reccled thor pay todny, tho
offlelals of tho Ohio works of tho
Carnegie Steel Company announced
that an attempt would ho mado to
reopen tho mills on Moday. This
marks tho first effort at resumption
la Mahoning valley
YOUNOSTOWN, Ohio, Sept. 27.
Emplojcs at tho Ohio works voted
last night, 82 to 29, to return to
ork "when tho propor timo pre
PITTSDUnG, Pa., Sopt. 27. Tho
national committee for organizing
ie steel and Iron workora havo or
dered a general strike In tlm iilnnts
t the Bethlohom Stool Company, f-
" 18 expected Hint thin will nffool
A.00O tO BO.OOn wnrlrnra
World Renowned .Singer Dies in
South Wales This Morning Was
for Forty Years Queen of Singers.
Jtccchcd High Salaries in V. S.
WUVKI, HV CAR CHEAP.
C0IIVALL1S. Rnnt 97 IIo,Hl..c.
'"eled from Now York City by nu-
' lessor H. T. Vanco and tarn
J ,liaTe Mfivod in CorvaTlIs whoro
""lessor Vanco aftor an absonco of
'o years frnm l.n n ,...
ril .C0"ee0' WlU lmv cl,tlrB of tho
2 m 6nt f "lco tnInB In tho
w of commorce. Professor Vanco
m L.vcd tUo ,,rlco ot a c n
si 1 " 8avc(l-tho party con
,l,uns of seven persons.
IB0 5Kn CHARGED
"IT1I SPEEDING FIXED.
Mth J" ,, llst ot tll0S0 charged
fined P B Wlleu Jui,B Lvltt
Heath 1,7 nurko nml Bo-
cm . ' N,nth 8troot 1)0"B
of tho infraction of tho or-
S8ES PALIINO OX POUThANl).
. pORTLANn"" .
lil fni up1, il- volcanic
"'today Tif 0n th0 cltr nnd vlcln
Jne causo Is unknown.
tttu. i. T"-pa'r and cooler with
K. lM,tern Portien: Sunday
LONDON, Eng., Sopt. 27. Adc
llna Pattl, world famous prima
donna, died thlB morning at Cralg-y-Nos
Castle, Pouycao, South Wales.
Mine Adollna Pattl roigned for 40
years as queen of Blngors.
Hor murvolous volco thrilled tho
greatest contemporaries of hor days.
Tho oldor Dumas, tho French drama
tist, onco Bald to her:
"Doing n man and a Christian, I
lovo to listen to your singing; but
if I woro a bird I would die of envy."
"Sho had tones so uoautlful," said
one omlnont critic, "thnt they seem
ed to gush spontaneously from tho
vory fountain-spring of vocal youth."
Mmo. Pattl inherited hor talont.
"I am n child of tho stngo," sho
had said, "being born during an op
oratlc season nt Madrid, Spain, in
1843. My father, Salvatoro Pattl, a
Sicilian, wns a good tenor slngor.
My mother, a Roman, bocamo a fa
mous artist as Slgnora Dnrlll tho
naiuo of hor first husband."
Dwindling finances sont tho Pattl
family to Now York whon Adollna,
whoso birth nnmo wns Adola Juana
Maria Pattl, wns n baby. When sho
was 7 years old,' hor puronta sud
denly bocamo destitute
"in Mm nmorcencv." tho singer
Bald, "my mothor consldorod that I
had extraordinary vocal talont, and
hit uuon tho Idea of bringing mo out
in concert. And bo I aang and soon
won broad for tho family."
Tho child mado her dobut at Trip
ler Hall, In New York, singing arias
from tho "Barber" in 1850. She
was tho juvenile prodigy of tho day
and nearly ruined her voice by over
work. Sho appeared again at the
age of 13. After tour through, tho'
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Reverend Aiiron Wolfo Will lie In- Final Date for Payment Drawing
Mailed With (Vicmony nt liocnl N(!nr sIicHiT'h OHIro iJUfty Place.
Cliurili on Tuesday Conference Fewer Tuxch Will lie Delinquent
Ileie Monday Night ( Than Heretofore
A meeting of tho Southern Ore
gon PrcBbytory, at which tho Rov.
Aannm Wolfo is to bo Installed as
pastor of tho Presbyterian church, Ib.
to be hold at Merrill next Tuesday, i
A number of outside apcakers are
to bo at this conference, Including
tho Rev. J. U. Doudinot and Rev.
Scoloy of Medford.
On Monday evening thcro will bo J
a Now Kra conference at tho Pres
byterian church hora, at which the
Rov. L. M. Roozer, who has mado
auch Interesting addresses in Klam
ath Falls on previous occasions, will
bo tho principal speaker. It Is ex
pected that a largo attendance will
bo out for both of theso meetings..
AGENT THOMAS IS
BACK FROM SALEM
With tho final date for tax pay
ment drawing near, October 5, tho
Bhorlff's office Is now very buny
gathering In tho money. Tho real
rush has now commenced at this of
fice and will continuo until after the
taxes become delinquent
An ovtdenco of tho prosperity of
tho country was shown here last
spring In tho fact that a very largo
numbor of property holders paid the
first half of their taxes who had pre
viously allowed them to run until
fall or a later date.
COMING TO PORTLAND
County Agriculturist Agent Yl. II.
Thomas returned yesterday from
Salem, whero he attended tho State
Fair and attended a conference of
tho Agriculturist Agents from differ
ent parts of tho State.
He declares that thero Is Bomo
fine stock being shown at the Fair
this year and that nono of It Is go
Mr. Thomas Is moro than over con
vinced that tho Klamath Stockmen
aro losing a great opportunity in not
lalsing a bettor grndo ot stock In
this section both for tho homo and
tho outsldo market.
VKRA CRISUMl TO
SING HERK AGAIN
Owing to tho special request of
her many friends for another public
appearance during her visit In Klam
ath Falls, Mrs. Vera Crisler Borry
hlll hns boon secured to sing at the
Star Theater on Sunday and Mon
day evenings in connection with the
Mrs. Uerryhill's unusual talont la
so well recognized that tho an
nouncement of her appearance is
sure to bring out a large attendance.
NKW YORK IjKGION
BARS HUNS' OPIXiA.
NKW YORK, Sopt. 27. Membe
ot Now York posts of the American
Legion tonight adopted resolutions
protesting aguinst tho announced re
introduction of German opera hero
noxt month. They hissed out of tho
auditorium n woman who condem
ned tho vetorans' actions as 'coward
ly,' and assorted that Wagnor was
"tho property of tho world."
Nothing Very Alnriiiini; About Con
dition of Chief Executive, hut Ab
solute Host Has Been Ordered by
ABROAD PRESIDENT'S SPE
CIAL, Sopt. 27. President Wilson is
feeling "about the nine" Admit al
Grayson reported ' today. Theie is
nothing alarming about his oorul
tlon but ausoluls rest for Consider
able tlmo In ini'..l upon
His illness Is duo largely to an
attack of tho influonza whilo in Paris
last April, Grayson has declared. Tho
president hopes to go to New York
Friday to wolcomo King Albert. Oth
er members of tho party think this
I1ABV DAUGHTER BOIW
A baby .daughter was born to Mra.
Hay XJrawjtord on; Frldajrrthe -26th,
at" 933" Washington' street. Mother
and child are doing nicely.
PORTLAND, Sept'. 27. On their
tour of tho United States tho king
and queen of Belgium will be visi
tors In Portland all day October 1C.
Their entertainment here will
probably bo provided by tho Franco
Bolgo society. According to the itin
erary announced, the special train of
fIx or seven cars carrying King Al
bert and Queen Elizabeth and thoir
suite will leavo Spokaue at 11 p. m.
Octobr 14 and arrlvo at Maryhlll at 7
tho next morning.
All day of tho 15th will be spent
thcro as guests of Samuel Hill, who
is rated as tho king's best friend in
this country. Tho royal train will
leavo Maryhlll at 5 a. m. October 1G.
arriving in this city at 9 a. m. From
hero it Is probable tho visitors will
go to San Francisco.
PACIFIC COAST .MARINE
FORCE TO BE INCREASED.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 27. Mai
Ino corps forces on tho Pacific coast
nro to bo augmented as a result of
tho creation of tho Pacific fleet
Brigadier General Joseph Pendleton
has been ordered to San Diego to os
liiblish tho uecoud marine corps ad
vanced base hiilqtu-. itrs there The
."orce at San Diego will bo incro.i&ed
fioi'i about 250 men to .1 full brigade.
ANNA HELD ESTATE
HELD AT $278,200
NEW YORK, Sept. 27. The es
tate of Annn Held, tho actress, total
ed $278,200, according to an ac
counting filed by Charles F. Hanlon,
of San Francisco, executor with a
petition askng that his duties as ex
ecutor bo wound up. Of this sum
$155,000 represented tho value of
diamonds and Jewelry, Mr. Hanlon
snld. Most of the estate was left to
Miss Llano Corara, Miss Held's
Modoc Point Man Makes Fine Show,
lug on Thirtj-foiir Acres of Laud,
First Year Ground Had Been Cultivated
Ono good example of dry farnttng
In Klamath County Is tho work of
Chas. Bernard, who is in tho city for
a short timo from his ranch In tho
Modoc Point section on the Klamath
On a tract of thirty four acres this
season, Mr. Bornard has produced
twenty tons of hay, threshed three
hundred bushols of oats, sixty-five
sacks of rye and fifty eight bushols
of wheat. This is tho first year that
his land has been cropped. On an ir
rigated tract of forty acres nearby ho
raised forty tons ot grain hay.
GO TO MERRILL.
Mrs.'' Guy'-Mannlng; Mrf and Mrs,
Townsend, and Mrs. Noel visited Mrs.
E. M. Bubb at Merrill yesterday.
LINCOLN, Nebr., Sopt. 27. A
special train chartered by tho farm
bureau of Cheyonno county, Nebr.,
brought 275 farmers to this state
from tho vicinity of Great Falls,
Mont., to help with tho Nebraska
Tho great majority of the men
coming woro farmers who had Buf
fered tho loss of crops through the
drouth of the past threo years. Most
of them had families in Montana,
and returned thoro at the end of
tho harvost season. Many were em
ployed in tho cutting, stacking, nnd
shocking of grain, but will bo given
work as thrashers and then will bo
employed in fall planting.
CITY UN GO
UP HUNT Pin
Best Kind of Tlmo Hcportcd by the
Local Party, Which Kcaclies Sum
mit of Snow Peak Without Any
A real mountain trip In which
scaling tho peak of Mount Pitt,
shooting deer and many other inter
esting adventures were features,
has Just been completed by the
Mesdames "W. Paul Johnson, Ivy
North and their niece, Miss Pearl
Martin, who was visiting hero from
Tho party left the first of the
week and ascended Mount Pitt with
M. H. Wampler as their guide. Pack
horses wore used past Four 'Mile
lako and tho rest of the trip made
Mrs. Johnson succeeded In hitting
the deer and, although she and one
companion trailed it for several
hours, It finally got away. Tho party
returned last night vory tired, but
greatly pleased with iho outing.
Bii; Group of Houses on Rnilrond
Terminal Havo Been Sold Here.
Removal Will Take Place Early
Tho salo of 15 houses now stand
ing on tho sito of tho future Stra
horn railroad terminals, east of the
Klamath Falls Creamery on Oak and
Plum streets, has just been com
pleted by tho firm of A. A. Bellman
& Son to William Humphrey. Tho
houses are to bo moved off by tho
now owner but the transfer will not
be made until spring or possibly a
Tho consideration of the 'transac
tion has not been made public.
KENTUCKY FEUD IS
KAGING; ONE DEAD.
LOUISVILLE, Ky., Sept. 27. A
feud that started four years ago
whon Asbury Spicer shot and killed
Asbury Fugato in Jackson, Ky., has
brpken out anew, according to infor
mation reaching hero.
Last Sunday Charles Noble, a r"e
latlvo of Fugato, shot fend klllod
Spicor'.s son, Charlie.
Tho shooting has caused consider
able uneasiness in Breathitt county,
becauso Spicer, who has been a fugi
tive from justlco since killing Fugato
has doclared vengeance for his son's
death and Is said to havo formed a
posso of friends and to be scouring
tho hills for NoDlo.
NEEDED BY SCHOOLS.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 27. Tho
public schools ot tho nation began
the new schoolyoar with a shortage
of approximately 38,000 teachers.
This estimate was made today by the
National Education association on
the' basis ot questionnaires sent to
84 65 district and county school sup
erintendents in all states.
Events at County Fair Hero Next
Week Aro Going to Bo a Great
Surprise Five Hundred Dollars
Up on Ono Raco
That a spectacular horso race will
be staged between Climax, a very
fast animal owned by tho Llskcy
brothers and Slats, another speeder,
owned by Mr. Hahn of Merrill, on,
which there is already $500 np will
be pulled off at the County Fair at
the Kllgore Lane novt week is the
Innouncement made by the Fair
Board today. Tho straight away
track is being put in the best pos
sible shape for this and the other
racing features which are scheduled
for that tlmo. Plans aro now being
mado for a pony race between boy .
of grammer school ago on which
prizes of five dollars, three dollars
and two dollars will bo given.
Some fine farm and community
club exhibits, consisting of grain,
vegetables, domestic science and tex-.
tile productions are going to bo
shown at this time which are sure to
be a surprise to those who attend. It
Is announced today that a general
admission of fifty cents will be
charged to adult attendants, while
children under eighteen years will
bo admitted free.
SHANTUNG CLAIM; BACKED
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 27.
Japan took tho Shantung peninsula
not from the Chinese but from the
Germans and intends to restore it
to China in a manner calculatd to
aid both of tho far eastern coun
tries. Yosuka Matsuoka, secretary
of the department of foreign affairs
in Toklo and an attache of the Jap
anese peace commission, said hero
last night, upon his arrival from
PROBE AT BEND ORDERED.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 27. Tho
postoffico department has ordered
what it calls a personal investigation
at Bend, Oregon, relative to tho ap
pointment of a postmaster. Tho ap
pointment having been held up since
the civil service examination in June,
action now will depend upon the re
sults of this personal investigation,
it is announced.
HUNS ORDERED TO
PARIS, Sept. 27. Supreme coun-
ell has decided to send the German
government through Marshall Foch
a notice for the evacuation of Lith
uania by German troops under dras
tic penalties for non-compliance.
IN FROM LORELLA.
A. E. Gale and Oscar Campbell,
well known ranchers of tho Lorella
district are hero transacting biisi- .
ness at tho office' of tho County sur- -veyor.
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Hobart Truman, 522 Klamath ave
nue, Thursday morning. Dr. George
Wright was in attendance.
After October 1 all classified
advertising must be paid for in
advance. Tho cost of this adver-
tislng is only flvo cents a lino,
counting five words to tho line.
This rate makes it impossible
for Tho Herald to handle it on '
other than a cash basis, as the
cost ot bookkeeping is greater-
than the value ot tho advertise-
ment. Anyone can compute the
cost by counting five words to
tho line and remitting five
cents for each line for each in-
sertton. Tho necessity for pay-
ment inndvance precludes the
possibility ot taking this adver-
tislng qvor the phono, and The
Herald will appreciate It it re-
quests' to do so will not bo
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