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Fourteenth Year No. 3779,
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1919
Price, Five Cents
I HT STEP
idmlnMrnll'ii Olllrliiln Dorlnro Tlny
Arc lU-mly to Abandon "Wulxli
ftt WiiltliiK" Attitude JrnkJnn
Kiu (Iran lliwnl
UTAH 1INUTU.N. n'JV. ZH. V
Jomw Wallace, nn American
clllion, was nhot and klllod by
Carrarulata iioldlorH near Tam-
pco, Wednesday, tho stuto do-
partment Ih advlBod. InvcHtl-
jatlon of tho flhootlng hna bouu
ordorort. Dutallii aro lacking
a hut t io iiiimiuiHirniion cnur
but ,.,o ........ " --- ;M. Maud Tucker. 339 Michigan av-
.eterlicd It ... 'almost tho last . of ft n bm T(o
''"A ,I"0'1 th0 ,I(,fnmlnnt r' nt"1 ,,0Hl"-
I tho latter amounting to nhout $10,
WASHINGTON, I). C, Nov. 28.
Negotiations with Mexico will not; It was Intlmntcd by Judge Cl-ap-a
proloiiKoil if unsatisfactory to tho ( man that tluiro wiw a possibility of
United States government. It wns In- purolo on tho Jail term, providing
dlcated by titatimiouln of admlnlstra- tho dofendant showed a proper rc
lloa olllclalB today. Tho Amorlcnn pontnnro, and tho prisoner was nl
jovcrnment, thoy Bald, hail docldod lowod to i;o on IiIh own recognizance
ipon Its cmirBo of'uctlon unci Ih pro- to appear at 7:30 o'clock thin oven
pared to follow It to whatever end Inn, when the parole petition will bo
J Tho amount which tho defendant
WASHINGTON, I). C, Nor. 28. "-d bin lanillndy waH $21.
AlthouRti further Investigations will i
be made, tlio American governmoiit.
has no Intention of receding from , ITALY SOCIALISTS
Ha position in tho Jcnklnn cano, ad
ministration olllclalH declared today.
Tho government, they na!d, Ih pre
pared for tlio next Htup, which may
take the form of an ultimatum to
the Mexican government.
1st victory at tbo gonornl elections
MEXICO CITY, Nov. 2S. Tho H ,, act of complote solidarity with
iaso eurroundlng tho nrroHt of tho tho Soviet ropubllc of Husaln, clear
American consular agent, Junklns, iy oxproHsing to tho Italian govorn
luralshcd tho basis for an oxtrn cdl-'In0nt an order to rocognizo Inunc
tion of Kl Universal Monday
Tho newspaper quoted npoclal dlB
patebca from Washington nnd Now
Tork that tho next session of tho
American Congress might concern
Itself Immediately with tho Moxlcan
situation, rovlving tho probability or
intervention nnd giving nllogod planB
lor a military advanco ngalnBt Mex
ico. Tho oxtra, which was hoadod "A
Grave Situation Dutwcen Mexico and
the United States," created no un
Generally tho nowspnpors soem
inclined to troat tho Jenkins affair
lth much caution. There has been
minimum oi cuuorini comment ami
one of this Inflammatory. I
At thn Amnrlpnn nmlinDiiv II wna
ii ,,,, , , , ,
Ma that no answer had boon recolv-
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eairoiu tho Moxlcan government rol-.
tivo to the American government's
noto demanding tho rolonso of Jon
Uns. So far as is known, Jenkins
remains In jail m Pueblo.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Nov. 2S.
Tho governmont has chocked up on
tho oi'lcial and prlvnto rocord of Jen
kins and has glvon him a high class
"ting. Oillcinla doclarod thoro was
w foundation for tho chargo that ho
Md conapirod with tho bandits.
Tho latest roport from tho Amorl-
n embassy showod that Jonkfns
still in tho ponltontlary and 111
nd denied ball.
Jn looking Into tho various fon-
ures of tho consular agont'a prodlc
ament olUclals pointed out today thnt
""der the Moxlcan constitution utato
ourts had no Jurisdiction ovor cases
involving diplomatic or consular of
"c"s, such Jurisdiction bolng lodged
"Peclllcaiiy tho fedoral courts. It
contended that tho federal court
Mexico cold settlo tho quostion
'" ono stroko of tho pon, simply
y assuming Jurlsdlbtlon as Its right,
lh Moxlcan olllcials havo stated
at their govprnment could not mix
P in tho caso; that it was botora
,, f atu court nnd that tho federal
'0,,rt coma not interfere
,ain.Ea0N Tonight and Saturday,
WOfll IHlIn A- 1 &. .1
rato southerly winds.
LOCAL GARAGE MAN
K A. Dunham and Miss Kninm
Mollimtd wiiro uultud In marriage
yrstunlny afternoon at four o'clock,
nl llin homo of Mr. ami Mm. Ai Mi.i.
J huno. Ituv. 1C. . Lawrence porfonn-
0(1 tlio ceremony. Only Immediate
rWnllmi of liolli parties worn pro-
imnt, mid after tlio woddliig a du-
.lloloun Tlmnkiiglvlng dinner wan
Mm. Dunlinm lu tlio duugh
lor of Mr. nnd Mrs. Al Molhoflu. Mr.
Dunlinm Ih ownor of tlio Dunham
gnnigo on Rlxth street. Mr. nml Mrn.
Dunham will mako their homo In
thin city, at tlio Dunham rotddonco
on Gth and Onk,
'BEAT BOARD BILL;
MAY GO TO JAIL
A Jury In Justlco Chapman's court
1 Wednesday found L, N. Foobo guilty
,on ii charge of attempting to dofraud
and nontoncod him to 00 dnyi In
ROME, Nov. 28. Tho directors
of tho Socialist party today adopted
a motion declaring that tho "Social
nftcr-,,HntoIy tho Sovlot ropubllc of Hub
At tbo resldenco of tho brldo's
' par on Li Judgo nnd Mrs, A. L. Loav-
ltt, 160 Conger avenue Wednesday
ovonlng, Miss Pearl Loavltt, ono of
1 tho city's most opular maidens, bo-
carao tho wifo of Frank IJ. Robinson.
OutHldo tho Immcdlato family, tho
omy persons present, wero Jingo
; ' ' b.
umi Mrs. i. v. nuyKuiiuaii, iir. aim
iiiin. iv. u, niriiiiv unit r. v. luurr.ll.
Tho Ilov. B. P. Uiwronco conductod
tho wedding service
Tbo bride wns simply attired In a
bluo sorgo suit and woro a corsago
bouauot of roaes and bridal wreath.
Mi. R. h. Morritt attended tho
brldo and hor husband porformod
liko fiorvlco for tho bridegroom.
Following tho marrlngo a bounti
ful Thanksgiving dinner was sorvod
and at tho closo of tho evening tho
nowly-woddod pnlr left for thc
Whltlock apartments, where thoy
will mako tholr home. Thrro will
bo no Immcdlnto honoymoon tour,
but It Is understood hat later a
trip Is planned.
Mr. Robinson for tho lost bix
months has been n member of tho,
staff o tho Star pharmioy, resign
ing recontly to tako charge of tho
pharmacy dopartmont of tho now
hospital, which will bo oponed iho
ilrst of tho year.
Tho brldo Ik too woll known nnd
holds too high a placo In tho hearts
of young and old nllko In this city
to rcftuiro Introduction. Hor circlo
of frlonds embraces tho entire com
munity nnd felicitations and brat
wisher for lor happiness will be
forthcoming from tholn all.
Adna Schumpf has begun suit in
tho circuit court for dlvorco from
Qoorgo Schumpf on tho ground of
It.. OV. HM1. A..... m l.A
EVANS JAILED LU
mn 1 1 mm TO
FOIJUHP OPERATE HERE
Lark N. Ivvnnn, arrested hero nomo
nix weuks ago on a chargo of luring
a Orantu Pass Jitney driver named
Whltw to a lonely plnco lh tho hills
near Jacksonville, robbing him ut
tho olnt of a revolvor nnd escap
ing In tho Jltnoy mans car, but re
leased after establishing un alibi, Is
again In custody on tho snmo chargo
and this liino tho authorities bollovo
thoy havo evidence to substantiate
At tho time of his former arrest
hero Sheriff Terral of Jackson
county took Kvans to Jacksonville,
but Whlto was absent and tho sher
iff was unnbVi) to mako his caso
strong enough to hold tlio prisoner.
Ho was rolcascd and returned to
this city. Sheriff Terrall Informed
the local pollco to keep watch on
his movements and arrest hltn If ho
endeavored to luuvo. In tho menn
tlnio tho sheriff went to work to
strengthen his case.
Moody t waste, en which Kvans is
alleged to havo wiped his hands aft
er gagging and tying White In an
old prospect nolo, was found among
goods, tho oulccrs nssert, that tho
prisoner had In storage. The stolen
car, niado over Into a roadster, has
been unearthed and Wednesday Ev
ans was arrested by the local pollco
on instructions fiom Sheriff Torrall,
and a deputy took him to Jackson
ville this morning.
White came over with tho deputy
nhnrlff anil when confronted with
Hvans Identified him positively as
tho man who had robbed him.
Evans worked horo as an auto
mobllo mechanic, both beforo and
after his first arrest. Ho is a mar
ried man. He says that ho served
three poars In tho Canadian army.
SPAIN AND SOVIET
MADHID, Spain, Nov. 28. Spain
has brokon off all relations with tho
Soviet government of Russia, It was
announced yesterday by the minister
of foreign affairs. He said that tho
tp had been taken because 'tho
Spanish embassy at Petrograd had
boon twice attacked and tho chargo
d'affaires forced to leave Russia.
MEXICO CITY, Nov. 28. Two
trains bearing farm machinery nro
now touring tho ropubllc demon
strating modern mothods of agricul
ture. Tho tour Is being conductod
under tho supervision of tho gov
CHESNEY. Eng., Nov. 28. So
successful was tho housewives' sl-
lont strike ngalnBt 24 conta a quart
for milk hero that all tho dairymen
aro now retailing it at 20 cents a
NEW DRUGGIST AT STAR
C. L. Gill of Turlock, California,
arrived hero Wednesday ovonlng and
has accepted a position with tho Star
Another piece of evidence that tho
prediction of Mr. Long of tho Woyor
hausor company, that within Ave
years Klamath would bo tho pine
contcr of tho world, comes in tho an
nouncement of tho Incorporation of
tho Valley Lumber company, articles
for which woro filed in Salem Wed
nesday and with tho clerk of tho
court for this county today.
This company is being organized
by Henry D. Davis of Wisconsin, a
man known throughout this country
and Canada as one of the shrewdest
and experienced lumber men of tbo
Ho only enters territory that is at
tractive to the big men of tho busi
ness and his 'coming to Klamath
county Is ono of tho best recommen
dations It can got, and will undoubt
edly bo followed by men who have
watched his successful career and
profited by his pioneering.
With him will be his two sons,
Henry C, who will bo treasurer;
Robert D who will bo vice-president,
and George A. Stephenson, who
will bo secretary.
Tho latter was for years identi
fied with and genoral manager of
tho North Ucnd Mill & Lumber com
pany, nnd knows tho business from
tho ground up.
Tho capital stock cf tho company
will bo $100,000, but as It is tho'in
tcntion of tho men interested to en
gage in a general lumbering busi
ness, tho amount of monoy Invested
will undoubtedly bo far in oxcess of
When Mr. Stephonson was asked
about tho plans of his company to
day, ho stated that at this timo thoro
was no announcement to mako, aside
from tho ono that It was tho inten
tion of himself and associates to act
ively cngago In tho timber business
In this county.
Twolvo votes out 'of a possible 512
In tho Second ward Indicates tho
interest being taken in tho special
election today, nt which proposals
to lncroaso tho city tax rato to 28
mills, authorize a $90,000 budget
for tho noxt fiscal year, create a
$50,000 bonded indebtedness for
Howors, and raiso a number of sala
ries are boing voted upon.
Doflnlto reports from othor watds
aro lacking but watchers said that at
all polling places tho vote was rela
tively ns scanty as at tho city hall.
Tho polls close at 8 o'clock, bo It
is possible that voters will turn out
after business hours. Experts, how
over, predict tho voto will not run
over 200. Tho city register lists
about 3000 voters.
Sugar cano waSj first introduced
into Louisiana in 1751.
contonnlal of steam navigation on
fvN Tar niMnm
WEST IS GRIPPED
BY COLD WAVE
CHICAGO, Nov. 28. A blankot
of snow today covered most of tho
country betweon tho Mississippi riv
er and tbo Sierra Novadas. South
of tho snow belt hoavy rains fell
nnd a flood swopt part of Arizona.
Trains woro delayed and wiro com
munication disrupted in all tho west
ern plalnB states.
Lander, Wyo., tho coldest place
In tho United States, reported tho
thermometer 20 degroes below zero
POTATO MEN ARE
R. C. Zackorman and M. Zack
erman, San Francisco potato "kings,"
said to bo the largest handlers of
potatoes on tho coast, aro hero in
vestigating the possibilities of Klam
ath county as a potato growing cen
ter of tho future.
It is understood that they are
looking ovor local land with the in
tention of buying a largo acreago
suitable to tho growing of the vege
table. GOV PREACHER
PENZANCE, Egnd., Nov. 10.
(By Mail). Penzance boasts the
distinction of nossessing a boy!to tno cola ana "eyonu tne power or
preacher, only 15 years old. He is
W. J. Harvey, who delivered his first
sermon at the ago of 13. He is a
nollsheri tneaker and uses no notes
Yesterday, Frances Williams and
Herbert Waits wero married at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Weird at 137
High Street at 12 o'clock. Rov. E. P.
Lawrence performe'd tho ceremony.
Several friends of both parties were
present. A luncheon was served fol
lowing the wedding.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Nov. 28.
Solzure of all bituminous coal mines
whore tho owners show no disposi
tion to co-operato In increasing pro
duction,, and the use of troops to
protect all miners who desiro to
work, has been decided upon by the
government in an effort to end the
Fourteen per cent wage advance
has been agreed upon by the cabinet
as compensation to bo paid in the'
mines seized by the government.
This drastic attempt to bring
about the ond of tho strike will be
como effoctivo Immediately, it was
CHICAGO, Nov .28. Cold woath
or and snowstorms ovor most of tlio
contral and southwest states has ren
dered tho fuel shortage situation,
due to tho coal miners' strike, more
critical. In many of tho smaller
cities and town the shortage has
reached the acute stage.
vtfar. . . rjs
MOTOR BOAT IS
UPPER LAKE IGE
Observers With Glasses Fall to De
tect Any Sign of Llfo Aboard the
Craft Caught in Ice Rescue In
Ready When Ice Breaks
A roport from Rocky Point this
morning stated that a motor boat
was fast in the ice several miles
off shore, but at 2 o'clock this after
noon it was not determined whether
there was anyone aboard the cratf.
Residents along the shore have
kept the motor boat under surveil
lance through high-powered binocu
lars but have failed to discern any
sign of llfo or catch any signals for
help, but the llttlo vessel Is so far
from shore it la believed that oven
tho glasses might fall to determine
the presence of men aboard.
The boat was first discovered yes
terday morning. Residents of the
Rocky Point section fear that the
passengers of the motor boat, may
have been unprovided with sufficient
in tno way or ciotnes and rooes ana
navo oeen overcome rrom exposure
signalling for aid.
I Mr- Hardst,, proprietor of the
I Rocky Poirt resort, reported this
! afternoon that a south wind is blow-
ing up tbo lake and tho weather
si.zns point to a breakup in the ice.
He says that he has a powerful
motor boat moored at the Point and
if tho ice goes out he will attempt
to investigate the situation. He ax
Up to this timo the thick massed ice '
Up tothis time the thick massed Ice
has -made any attempt ,at rescue
with a small craft impossible.
NEW TERM OF COURT
OPENS NEXT MONDAY
The new term of circuit court
opens Monday, at which time a new
grand Jury will be drawn from tha
panel recently summoned.
Cases set down for trial at -the,
next terra are as follews:
December 1 Haller, vs. Hopkins; '
Jay vs. Grlssez; Bowman vs. Beck-ley.
December 8 Schoenfeld vs.
terprlse Land Investment Co.;
key vs. Edwards.
December 11 Ambroghetti
strahorn; Stiles vs. Goddard
At a hearing beforo Bert C.
Thomas, U. S. Commissioner, Wed-,
nesday, Willie David and Levi Bar
ney, residents of the Klamath In
dian reservation wero bound ovor to
the federal grand Jury on a charge
of stealing, a six-months' old calf
from Herbert Nelson, and another
calf from Harrison Brown. Tho
defendants waived examination on
tho Brown charge. They furnished
bonds of $1000 each for future ap
pearance and were released from
Tho ovldenco showed that
defendants drovo a band of tholr
own stock horo and traded them to
A. C. Bunnell for an automobile.
Three extra head woro added ''to
pay expenses of tho trip," defend
ants said, and It is alleged that two
of these wore stolen stock and the
authorities suspect that tho third
also was stolon, but havo not yot
identified tho owner.
Bunnell would not buy tho thrco
extras and after falling to sell them
to R. H. Bunnnofl tho defendant,
Managed to dispose of them to the
Klamath Packing company. Noisc
and Brown reclaimed their calven
immediately. Tho third animal Is
still In pasture aud tho authorities
aro expecting to find an ownor for