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Fourteenth Year No. 3787,
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KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1919
Price, Five Cent
aaBitfre Will Canvas Iluulm
litiion Vri In Wrokta Cu-
nt cmplB to revitalize the
vj,mtth Commercial Club, which
y, B(t with liberal i-uppori during
S,Iiit few days "m b6klnn i.nd
H-gilrUI Inlereats, will, I oitcnd
d io the business district Monday.
Tk activities ot tk organisation
(jjtfMhed tor two yr by war
WAniiiiNWTUN, Dor II -
Tim Amiirlrnn govornnmont
lini) not changed Its uttltudo on
i tint JonklitH vunn and hud no
lnrl 'In obtaining IiIh rolciiHo
from tho Moxlcuti authorities,
Secretary Lansing dcclarod to-
day In denying vague rumors 4
that tho state department hnd
unofficially "pnHod tho word"
to tho American embassy nt 4
Moxlco City to nee that Jen-
klnii won liberated on ball.
WHAT ARE YOU
GOING TO DO?
feiJiud that 'to giVJto ,orgaaixaA
4b Ml ftc---ana, "
SERVICES WILL BE
EL .in ha miM It siUac'cat hor''
.Mart U fortbeoilkf. It U espo.rnw. afteraedn at S o'clock, at
Annual .memorial services will be
by tko(local lodge o( ISIks to-
tbev,,WkaMealer. The meeting la
'open 'to the. public. O-Whg'to con-
nict ocoinor arrangement ot some
of those who take part In the pro-
u-of a Mxnmi7 wung
,-Uiad.rovldlar aaatateaance for
i time. 1 3u00 teaea. Ul " rm. " umo wan cnanxca trom
jaoont B. L. Klllott, chairman ofjovcnlng, aa originally planned, to
lit nontanluUos committee, staset tho attornoon. Tbu Inntructlvo and
I'ditflJOO has been pledged by tho
tUU, box lactone auu iiinuci m-
Other members of tho comralttco
in 0, Peyton, R. C. Oroonbeck,
IT, Magulro and O. O. Burke.
During tho last two yearsj wlillo
U commercial club haa not been
active, It, haa still kept up-Jts ex
Meace, the chairman, Capt. J. W.
Slemcm and secretary, Cnpt. O. G.
ipplcgntu, having attended to or
rtipoDdcnco and vital matter.
When tho reorganization com-
Improiwlvo service of tho ElkH Is
highly InBplratlouul and Hhould at
truct many who uro not (numbers of
the order. Only the mom pressing
of reasons prevent the membors
from being present en this occa
sion. Tho program of the servlccB
"Nocturne" from "Midsummer
Night's Dream McridclBsohn
i Otflcurit of tho I.oHtro
Blttee flnlshea lta campaign a ntcf4 ';,;w. Mal)0n Vm A. IJukcr ten
li will uo cauoa oy me cnairman
ul tho commute will present It
nport ond rocommondatlonH. All
ftnota who havo plodgnd member-
' tblp In tho body will have a voice
U the organization proccfllhga,
choice ot officers and direction ot
the futuro policy ot the orgalzatio
annual momborahlpa In tho club
in fixed at $10, payable In three
quarterly Installments, the first duo
April 15, 1919. Whlilo no indlvl
daal concern can take letut than one
membership, thoro Is no limit to tho
umber that can bo takon In oxcosfl
QucBtlonnalreu, dcnlgncd tn tr
cure an expression ot sontlmot on
tie need for ,i comutorclal club.
choice of a Hccr.narv an.l the salary I
U should havo, huvo been sent out
ud many oplim recoled, which
will be laid heforo the reorganiza
There havo been nuggestlona to Ci0HnE
'i I'uinnmioe inn icu onamo oi iiiu
organization bo changed to Klamath
County Commercial club and sub
orgtnlzatlons 'formed lu various
ectlon8 of tho county, with a voto
I l the general organization nccord-
. to membership. Some of the
I IM.III .-.,"'- .1 ... . l-
vuiumiv.'u'uuiiuvn mill liio nuvoiop
j- ui ui mo agricultural anu siock
lng resources of tho county are
fundamental work ot tho organ!
atlon, essential to Its buccobs, and
"Hi plan hns been suggested ns a
feasible way 'to Includo these Inter
' In tho genofal council.
This quos'ilon', bid othor8, will
Probably fornv-part' of tho com
ilttee'a report nt tbe tlrat meotlng,
Mw will probably formulate a
Mcy dealing (Wjtluall tho matters
' 'i'ii QiajwTi n
" -,( KROM JU. .v,TO RUHSIA
NEW .YdKjf Doc'C. Alexander
"Wkmnnnd EmTma Goldman wore
nt frn.K 4ftkSl'VtfJi.J . .!.
ers: K. J. Sullivan, E. V.
o Lawrence, bass.
OfllcerH of tho bodBc
Solo, "Ono Fleeting Honr"
Jennie Fylling Mclby
Officers of tho Lodge
Past Exalted Ruler ChaH J.
n. W. Mason, F. A. Hnkor, F. J.
Sullivan, E. P. Lawronco
Hon. K. K. Kubll, Portland
Iodgo No. 142
"Tho AngoluH," from scone PI Ho-
rosquo Mass 'not
Thoro aro Just 20 days loft In tho
your 1919 for you to do yonr part
us n patriotic citlzon In tho pnrchaso
of war savings ntnmps.
Doubtless you Intondod to buy thorn
long ago; but January slipped by,
February como, March passed tho
summer Is gone, and Just a few dayB
left for Klamath county to make
good her 1910 quota.
Whilo tho spur of actual war ac
tivities Is no longer felt, we mast
still support our government; A
moment's thought will convince you
that tho need for money to run the
government and pay war debtee ii
Just an pressing" now aa when, ovr
boya were fighting.
Tho war aariage certificate la one
form ot a government bond and
there Is no better. It paya aa good
Interest as 'any other tors and
the advaaUgtrthaUt W'terflfct
at any time on ten days; notpC ai
paid 'for It with lotereat np to the
nfo'nth you cash It. What more -an
you ask? That this feature U s.
popular one Is evidenced by the rec
ords of tbu Klamath Falls poatofflce.
which has already cashed more than
$60,000 of these certificates tor the
holders In the past year.
It Ig your privilege to cosh thm,
but it Is also your duty to continue
buying them from time 'to time.
Thoro aro numerous citizens in our
county who can buy the limit ot
$1000 (face valuo); many others
who can buy from $100 to $500, and
all tho rest should buy a few stamps
If our citizens would invest an
amount equal to buying one stamp
for each child In the county we would
be over tho top. What better
Christinas gift can you make to your
child or yourself than a war sav
Tho Elk lodgo has generously of-1
ferod to conduct the campaign, but
no patriotic citlzon expects them to
sell tho full quota to their own
membors alono. Do your duty today.
Go to your bank or the poatofflce
and buy war savings stumps.
W. A. DELZELL, Chairman.
SUES CITY FOR
I-estio Rogers, as oxocutor ot the
ostato of Aloxandor Martin, deceas
ed, has begun suit in tho circuit
court against the city ot Klamath
Falls, to recover $4061.23, alleged
to be duo for paving done on Sixth
street in 1913 py O. A. Harris & Co.
in which copeorn tho late Aloxann
der Martin waa a partner.
The warrants aro IB in number,
Plaintiff alleges that on presenta
tion to the cty treasurer, after com
pletlon ot tho contracts, tpey were
refused payment because of lack of
funds, wkiea lack, he asserts,- was
due to negligence and business
like management of -the city, fuada,
la tins rears since intervening plain
US a4ferta that frequent' Fernanda
have' haaa made for-'a" ae'ttiementf
belt have all' ben ifefased.- Intirest
o tho claiau Is paid-to , October -7,
inn: - 7f -
'- Oa'.rfortsjiier '. last;.-tie." alleges.
final demand- was- made-ton the: aar-
of'aaij eobiei! folnclnsTem of-tha
warrant elalms. in the-nextyearlr
budget, list the demands-Was refused,
hence the suit."
SPOKANE, Doc. 6. Orders
for tho solzuro by tho govern- 4
rnont of 5,000,000 pounds of
4 sugar hold at Yakima and 4
and Tonponnlsh, Washington,
by the Utah-Idaho Sugar com-
pany, woro Issued today by
4 Federal Judge Cushman, pre- 4
4 elding at the hoarlng of a 4
4 libel action In which hoarding 4
4 and attempted unjustifiable 4
4 price Increases were charged. 4
TO ITT HERE
DOY SCOUT IS
i rtWMOTE PHYSICAL
4 , '
Bttswesa men, bankera and pro
fesslesuU'' men are enthusiastically
tieklaci a movement for tho forma
tion rot An athletic association here
and-ii saeetlag Jiaa bees called, to be
hetdat Room 204 Willita building,
Ttosiay evening, December 9, at 8 1
b'cleek-to' discuss the possiblUUea of
orgaouauon, securing suiiaoie
Quarters and .equipment and a
physical instructor. 'All persons in
terested In athletics, calisthenics
and sports 'are urged to attend.
Men-whoso work confined them to
County-Wide Convention of
bers Will Klect OAeera for aW
Coming Year Next Wedaesdag
Everyone Iateresteel Is IavKejl
The campaign which has boe aw
der way since October 6 for the war-.
pose of organizing a, standard Karsi.
bureau in Klamath county win
close with a county-wide nveetlar
next" Wednesday, December 10. Taia
meeting is for the purpose of elect
ing county officers and adoptlnar a .
county frrogTata,of agricwrtoral-e-
tension'work'for. tha.cosaiag 74ar. ,
This campaign has been m rjaw"
of' -a -committee oXr-actlve-
conslstlng ot T. N. Case, chai
F. 3. Bowne, F. T. Nelson, D. a.
Young and O. E. Hunt. An etMt
been made to reach every comma
Ity in the county. Evryone iatar
ested in the agricultural and Biak
stock development of Klamath coan-.
IN RELIEF DRIVE
lthAVCoiJrt1r. nt thn
t .. "7. A"Ml.'r?FI"" "w
ited SfatesTodayptobably nover
return,."' ThorbYo taken to
' lalahd'iWlVrat'ion stolon,
"ere thoy 'will bV held until a ship
availably to ciVrthem back to
Russia ' " - r
MEET FIKNCH FIGHTER
DNEW ORL13ANS,: Doc. G. Jack
ompsey, heavyweight champion, is
Jedy uhdor;:ntcont!i'aot to moot
orgos Carpentlor, who won tho
fropean chomplonshlp last night
jJJ Joe Reckott In. London, Eng-
. a locar proniotor announced
May, . ,
OF ALL DEBTS
Congregation and friends last
night joined in a meeting and bn
quot at tho MothodiBt church, in cel
ebration of tho final lifting of the
church dobt and to discuss futuro
noods and plans for advancement.
Tho final Installment of church
Indebtedness hns boon paid and tho
$1600 mortgago of ton years' stand
ing was burned with appropriate
Tho banquet tables would not nc-
commodato tho large crowd at one
tlmo, and muny were servod at tho
second tablo. Tho preparation and
serving of tho repast was undor di
rection of J. S. Elliot and Mrs. Harry
Poltz, to whose efforts much of the
success ot tho affair is creditod.
Qoorgo J. Wlton was toastmas-
tor for tho occasion. Theie was a
program of varied addresses. R. L.
Morrltt spoko on "Tho Loaguo
Allvo," dealing with tho alms and
purponoB of the Epworth League.
Othor spoakora and topics were:
Tho Sunday School," Lawronco
Pholps; "A HuBinosB Man's Church,"
I. D. Whjtmoroj "Tho Ladios' Aid,"
Mrs. Harry Pholps! "Impressions of
tho Stronger," Ilnrry Myqrs; "Moth
odiBt Minute Mon," E. M. Chllcoto;
"Speculations 'on the Futuro," tho
Rov, S. J. Chanoy.
Sunday schools of tho state, in
cluding tho local organizations, aro
making a Christmas drive for a gift
fund ftr Armenian relief Local Sun
day t-rhools havo pledged amounts
ranging from $10 to $100, accord
ing to size, redeemable at Christ
mas. This is purely a Sunday school
cont'floutlon to roliof work, but nnr
sonsrifit afflllatod with any Sunday
s'cYbolhnay holp If they desire. The
ahiount fixed for each adult is not
less than $1. Children's contribu
tions are fixed at an amount corres
ponding with their number of birthdays.
H. R. Reynolds has begun suit in
,tho circuit court against H. W. Bar-
ton and wife, seeking to collect
$312, alleged to'bo due on a'blll for
hay and machinery, purchased by
defendants, and. dated March 7,
Clearly and concisely Clarence
Hill, 13 years old, living on the
Merrill route. In a letter to Scout
master R, S. Fry, explains his stand
on Boy Scout organization. Clar
ence has a 'power of pointed ex
pression 'that a good many men
As ?a result of his explanation of
the,snxiaMon. in. his neighborhood.
Mr. rVy:. said ; today. ha ..would take,
the.-matter Hp.ationceand try and
help Ofoitencer achieve" his-wishes.
Tlia'lattafa iu,1fjiTn1flnatnnr Tf
Klamath Falls, Ore.,
December 1, 1919.
Mr. Robert. S. Fry,
I havo seen tho items in
the paper about, how the Boy
Scouts, are getting-along in Klamath
Falls, ana would like to see u yon
will help mo- to get them started
here in our-community.
Could you have timer to bo Scout
master out here too-, if the National
hoadquarters would give permissien:
or would you try to get some other
man interested, so that he would?
I have been trying: to get the Boy
Scouts started here ever since I
was 12 years old, and I am now 13.
I am now going to tell yon briofly
about1, ray unsuccessful attempts to
biujl tau uoy ocuuis uut uuro.
The ..first pamphlets that. I got
from 'the National Headquarters
came November 20, 1918. A little
later I gpt another boy- interested
and then another, hut by- that time
we bega n to try to get a Scout
master. I wont and asked one man if he
woujd be Scoutmaster, but he said
that '.he had no time to spare. But
one night I had happy news. It waa
that the principal of a school farther
up the Valley had already- started
tho Boy Scouts and I went and join
ed and went to tho meetings. But
the school term -ended and ho had to
go away and all hope was gone be
cause some ,of the boys could no
a! desk through a large part of the ty layited to attend the meettn
day. especially feel tho need of es- net Wednesday.
The farm bureau is tne recognized,
agency through which the state ag
ricultural colleges and the IT, S. de
partment of agriculture will co-operate
in all agricultural extensioa
work. Through It the people of tk
county direct the activities of their
county' agricultural agent.
JS kn4lAltn1 j4 Attn 4 1 A J
tabllahtng a gymnasium, through
which' they can get necessary ex
ercise. All the physicians approach
ed by the committee have endorsed
If the movement gets sufficient
support, which seems unquestion
able, a hall will be secured, hot and
cold "water installed for shower and
plnnge baths, and equipment ob
IS DELEGATE TO
Rev. E. P. Lawrence has been
chosen delegate from Southern Ore
gon to two important religloTMucon
ventions to be held in Portland next
week. Onu Tuesday he will attend
the conference ot New Era Workers
from New York City with the chair
men of. New Era committees in Oregon-
at the First Presbyterian' church.
! On. Wednesday, Thursday and Fri
day, the-Inter-church World Move
ment will hold a Pacific Coast conference-at
Portland In the Method
ist chnrclr. Mr. Lawrence will at
tend aa a-representative of tho Pres
byterian church in Southern Oregon.
Prominent workers from the east
will be-present. A rural survey ot
the entire country is being planned.
A large program is also being.
mapped out for the unifying of all
the denominational forces in a unit
ed, campaign ror world evangelism.
longer star in the Boy Scouts and
we only had. a tew boys.
My main trouble -was, to get the
parents Interested enough to let
theif- boya join. I .think .that if I
could get a lot of .printed matter
showing things about j'ttj.e. Boy
Scouts and a Scoutmaster,,!-could do
the rest In starting the Boy .Scouts
T want to hear from ypu" soon.
Don't forget to writo or come and
see me about the Boy Scouts'.
' Merrill Route.
A national federation of the farm
bure'au of the country was perfected!,
in Chicago early In November. At
this meeting there were representa
tives from thirty-two of the states.
With the farm bureau in a county
there., Is. a definite organization -far
such purposes as promoting improv
ed method" ot Crop production, In
troducing and studying new and
profitable farm crops, 'promoting or
ganized campaigns for controlling;
sect and animal pests as well as dla-.
eases of plants and animals, assist
ing in locating breeding stock, as
sisting In county and livestock fairs.
promoting breeders' organization anC
sales. The farm bureau serves as
a clearing house for all other or
ganizations In the county for the ag- .
rlcultural and livestock interests.
The program for Wednesday's.,
meeting, which will be held in tha-
west hall of the Odd Fellows' build--ing,
is as follews: ' ,
10:30 A. M. Call to order by the
chairpian of the organization com
mittee; reading of f the minutes of
prev'ous meeting; report of progress
in the commmun'ities by community
chairman; report of finance commit
teo; report of 'treasurer; joint dis--cussion
by committees on rabbit and.
squirrel control for county-wider
campaign; appointment of nominat
12:30 P. M. Adjournment for
2:00 P. M. Farm Bureau Organs
ization in Oregon',' by Paul V. Maria,.
state county agent leader.
2:30 P. M. Report of nominat
ing committee; election of officers;
report of committee on constituttoa
and by-laws; development of coun
ty; program of work from sched
ules prepared by county chairman..
4:00 P. M. Adjourn.
NEW WATER RIGHT
A ruling of the state water boardr
terminating the Inchoate rights ot
Lewis Copeland, successor in owner
ship of Harvey L. Scott to 45 acres,
of land near Fort Klamath, to the
waters of Anna creek, has been filed
with the circuit court for confirma
tion. The 'water board's ruling is
dated November 19, 1919, and Is
based upon alleged neglect of the
land owner to use the water right
vested In his predecessor by previ
ous order ot the board.
ELKS DANCE WEDNESDAY
All Elks and their ladies are plan
ning on attending the Elks' grand
ball next Wednesday evening at the
Elks' temple. Music wilt be tar
nished by the Jazz orchestra. Tha
dancing! starts at 9 o'clock.
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