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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 16, 1919)
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OFPIUAIJ I'AMSB OF
Fourteenth Year No. 3795
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, MONDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1919
Price, Five Centf
llforKnllm Policy Will Ho DN
mixed nl HcHilon ill t'lty Mull
Commit Ira ItcportN tjlUOUO Pledged
('ontrll)UtloiiM Ctui Ho Mulled
Determination of tho (uturo of
tdo Kluinuth Commorclnl club -whether
It Hhnll stand iib u co-ope-ratlvo
Institution for tho commun
ity's doolopniont or fall, nn Ignom
Inous failure will probubly bo de
termined noxt Friday nlKlit at n
meeting at tho city bull, at which
time thu reorganization commlttuo
will make Its report.
T(o lommlttco today notified
Caiit. J. HlomonH, prosiuoni or
tho old organization, that thuy hud
progrciutud us far uh poitHlblo -under
the 'circumstances and uskud for u
mcctliiK Friday night at 8 o'clock
toJicar tliolr roport..
E. I, Klllott chulrman of tho
commlttuo, Bald 'todny thai about
1 3 0 11 0 hail been fnlsod. Tho Com-'
mlfteo started out to rnlso at loiiHt
3500 and hoped to got twice that
amount A devalued report of thulr
work uud tho Kouoral sontlmdul dis
covered will pronnblyilio laid; beoro.
the kneeling FrIdnjjiU4 '
All ertiouH who hnvo taken moin
lrahlps tho organization will
ltf6 a olco In tho policy which tho
coining meeting will decide
A onton county farmer took
III Juht uh hay barest came on,
and ndortlHud IiIh crop In tho
(lu7utto TlmcH IiIh homo paper
stipulating Hint tho buyer '
should harvont It. He sold It by '
phono to a loading bnnkor nnd
Mockmun boforo tho edition
had been off tho pross an hour.
Ho hail threo moro calls that
evening nnd a half dozen moro
tho noxt morning, when ho
rang up the publlHhor to ordor
out. An exhibit of ado that Hull
will bo made to tho farmer nt
Farmers' week nt tho Orogon
Agricultural College, with a
view to stlmulato this factor of
oconomlcal mnrkotlng. Editors
are Invited to send sample ads
that "pull" to O. A. C. dopart-
mont Industrial Journalism,
. A, short meo'Jng was hold by the
..1..: 11. ''... ' ii. ...1... n.'.O
in; ruuui;ii jubi ingulf Willi milts
tnuiHiirtcil outsldo the regular rou-
Dlrlc'Vundeger'wtts granted a per
mit tofconduqt tho Holland rooming
WHY NOT EXACT A PROMISE FIRST-
" ' " i.'.';-rtri...ii.n..7:ili:ii.).i
I IlVBam -a 11 .1 II 1 1 1111 1 1 I II HIIIIMIIIIU
! rzn 1 11 wi i ' 25m
m 1 sjt! w.- m h vl & a m m inn rrjci m tr - a iiiuwir
KM ivv yn 1 ill aunl
Uncle Sam--"Now, doggone It, Carranza, if I send, another consul down
there you've got to promise not to let him get stolen. This
is all getting too blamed expensive." "'
house oil Mvln street. A permit, 19
conduct tlitri.iikQew room
I was also granted. Tho application
for this permit bus been held up for
., ij. sevorul nictitlngs, but Fred A. Baker
rrqlmblo that u temporary 'organl-J?Ht Wt jotlnc- th f0llnc11 "
talon will bo nttomptcd, which 'will
appoint a now committeo, It tho
members sco fit, to continue solici
tation and nnotlinr. coiiunlttcu tojfcr
euro an office.
ittter, whetr tho results- of tlilnJsrontiji-1 the appllcnt.lpu...
- ..I 'A fnlniniinlruilnn frn1
ratetuig ore .determined, anpthor
meeting may bo called to effect a
he had purchased tho furniture and
would guurunteo that whoever con
ducted the :jluce would operate it
without objectionable features. On
"Sr. Iluker's asiuruncu tho council
A communication from the state
board of lfealthvai5' re.ld; Calling" af
pormnnont organlzaVlpn, chooso. dl- tontlon"'to' the meeting of city and
rectors, engage a socrotary nnd be
gin active work of advancement,
providing that the community gives
sutficlont support to tho niovqmont.
A numbor of anestlonnnlrcs, and
application blanks for memberships
lmvo been distributed by tho. reor
ganization conunlttpo nnd persons
hating them nro nsked to fill thorn
In nnd mail or bring tlicm In 'boforo.
county health omcors at Portland,
December 18 nnd ID, nnd tho pen
alty for non-attendnndo. "Thp coun
cil discussed tho advisability 'of
sending Dr. A. A. Soulo, city health
olllccr, to rojprescn Klamath Fnlls,
Imt cpneude'd .tho Bb'ortago of cash
to pnV traveling oxidises precluded
tho po8slbll)ty. The letter from tho
stuto board was therefore laid over.
Flro Clilef Miller stated to the
Friday. If any 0110 has boon over
loolted In tho distribution of blanks j council that two .shut-off nozzles far
thoy can still s'utecrlbo by Booing tho lira' department wore a neces-
Capt. Slomunt). VtwL O. C. Apple- slty. Tho council, short on city
gato or the nvombors of tho coiiihilt-JIunda, nevertheless concluded to dig
tee, U. L. Elliott, J. F. MngUlro, n
C. Oroosbeck, O. Poton or'O. D.
Burke, or other cltlzons who nro nc
tlio in tho cunipalgii) or malting
Captain Slomons snld today that
he lias Just received n letter from
Robort 13, Strohorn oncloslng $r0
for ten memberships and strongly
advocating tho rovltalUntlon of tho
WILL NOT CHANGE
County Judgo Bunnell's fiction In
appointing Donson M. Dlxoiu admin
istrator of tho cstnto of Louio 1).
Dixon, doceasod, which Is vnlucd at
about $0,000, was uphold on rovlow
by Judgo Kuykondnll In tho circuit
c"urt, according to a decision ontor
Hosslo M. Dixon widow, protested
the appointment of hor Into lnts
land's brother to mnnngo the os
ato, aftor alio had waived such np
Polntmont for horsolf. Tho county
court, following tho widow's waiv
er, fixed upon Donson II. Dixon as
Wmlnlstrntor. Then xtbo widow
cmo in with n protost nnd sought
to lmvo hor brothor-in-ilaw ousted
and hor fathor appointed but tho
e"'Urt doclinod to mnlco nny chnngo
nnu" its action on tho mnttor Is now
upheld by tho circuit court.
This doos not finally conclude tho
rttempt to hnvo a change mndo In
ho udminlstratorshlp, it is undor
od, and othor proceedings along
'his lino will bo brought In tho coun
(Jown In their own pockets for tho
$20, or" thereabouts, and trust to tho
qlty tronsury to rolmburso them at
somo time In the future. '
WHITE IS GIVEN
Foreclosure of 720 ncies, tho land
of what Is known ns tho old Itoston
stngo station on tho road 'to Bonan
za, was decreed yestorday by Judgo f
Kuykendall In tho circuit court in
tho enso of Saunders A. White of
tills city, against Gilbert A. Harri
son, who Is purchaser of tho land in
volvod from Whlto.
Tho denl was made In 10115 nnd
Hanlson paid $1000 and left notes
standing for tho $5000 balance A
dlsputo nroso over tho transaction,
tho purchaser claiming thnt ho did
not got tho open rnngo promised for
one thing, nnd, according to tho al
legations of the complaint, nono of
tho mortgaged Indebtedness was
Tho foreclosure Judgment in
cludes tho $5000 mortgngo attor
neys feos and costs.
LAND HISPL'TH SKTTIiKD
ON FIKTY.KIIi'TV 11ASIS.
In tho suit of Emma Wing ngnlnst
Hilda Caopor and holrs of tho Conp
or estato, on recommendation of P.
L. Fountain, J, W Siemens, and C
Tt. Dohnp, roforrees, tho circu'i court
yestorday partitioned lotJ In Dlock
34, Kwauna Ilolghti, between tho
fiartlos on n CO per cent basts Plain-,
tiff gots Lots 1, 2, and 3, defendant
Lots 4, 5, nnd fi. Taxes, expends
and lltlgntlon costs, amounted to
about $900, aro apportioned equally.
Death perched on the pilot of a
heavy Southern Puclflc locomotive,;!
rode a clobo race" with" Walter Camp
bell, and Geno Cblldefs, well known
Langoll Valley cattlemen", ,nd theyj
were -coming Un from QhUqquln,
where they havocatIe grazing, last
Saturday. The s inon escaped the
whcols of tlie engine but thpMiorsel
could not beat the 'steam' propelled
monster irt a straightaway race and
wefo ..sacrificed. - fc .
Th'ej iwo.men started through tho
cut this side of Kirk, nPt realizing
that tho afternoon passenger train
from Chiloquln was beli'ind them.
I'llo cut was filled with snow durirlg
last weok's storm but "tirp traclc
crow had run a snow plow through
and piled snow banks high on either
side of tho rails.
" " : ....' .;
HAYES SAYS G. O. P.
CAN SAVE COUNTRY
DETROIT, Mich., Dec. 1G.
Maintaining that the nation Is
as unprepared for peace aB it
was for war, Will H. Hayes, na
tional chairman of the Repub
lican committee, in addressing
the state committee here today,
declared that it has become ap
parent that the Republican par
ty Is the country's only salva
tion. The strictest Individual
economy consistent with proper
development of the present day
needs of tho country was urged
by the Republican chairman.
WASHINOTON.Dr G-, Decr,-16.
The follow lng, proclamation by Pres
ident Wilson regarding the 14th de
cenrilar'censW, frllich'tis to'be taken
beginning j arluarX' &d bedn, m'a'de
publlq hjr the censu ueau: "
'Whereas, By; act or. Congress ap
proved March 31019-, thel4th de
cetlnlal census 'of tho" Unheal Slates
Iso be' taken eg'innlh.g the 2nd clay
of January, '1920;, ancl ', ,'( f
"Whereas, A correct. .enumeration
of 'the populattPn everycten years, Is,
required' by the constitution et the'
Utlfte'd States for the purpose of e
termlningj tie. representation of the
aqveraj states vin, the House of Rep-'
resenta.tlves;'nnd . 1
"Whereas.'It Is of the utmost im-f
portahdo to'the interests' of all the
When part way through tho horsp- people of the TJnlted States that this
mon heard tho train drumming be
hind thorn. Thoy put their horses to
cqnsus should be a complete and ac
curate report ,of the population and
a run but the train was almost on resources of the nation;
them. Tho engineer saw them nnd "Now, Therefore, I, Woodrow Wll
fpplled tho emergency brakes, but.SOn, President of the United' States
tho raco with death would have beenjof Amorlca, do hereby declare and
lost had not Childers and Campbell make known that, under the law
thrown themselves from their snd-lnforesaid, It is the duty of every
dies and scrambled up tho steep j person to answer all questions on
snow wnlU, whore thoy found a the census schedules applying to him
placo of saftoy ns tho locomotive
Tho riderless horses were run
and the family to which he belongs,
and to tho farm occupied by him or
his family, and that any person re-
down by tho onglno and injured s,o ' fusing to do so is subect to penalty,
badly that thoy had to be killed. "The sole purpose of the census
Friends of tho cattlomen are con-'Is to secure general Information re
gratulatlng them on the presonco of Igardlng the population and resources
mind nnd nero thnt stood them In of the country and replies are re
such good stead In the sudden emer-' quired from individuals only to per
gency, which might easily have ter-jmlt the compilation of such genoral
minntod fatally for them If they had statistics. No person can be harmed
not kept their heads. I in any wny by furnishing tho infor-
L.. B. Zelmer, statp dairy and food
Inspector, has completed a. week's
survey of the city, in which he exam
Ined conditions In restaurants, groc
eries, meat markets, da'rie3 and oth
er sources and handling depots of
tho city's food supply,
In general the inspector ijave the
meat markets and grocoriesia good
scPrey recommenaln some changes,
JThe dairies and milk: depots-iwrie
found in fair cond.ioi. J3oth W. T:,
Perkins and T. L. French, proprie
tors of the local milk deliveries, ar-s
Jn Portland this week to secure bott
'ling Pasteurization plants.
Restaurants scored variously, but
'the inspector seemed to think (hat
beneficial changes were possible.
The Rex, however, was excepted.
The official report, says the place
isjf'clean and nice," and In conversa-
tlpn tne inspector saiu mis piace
was a model and one of the best
conducted eating houses be had ever;
Alary Rodriguez was granted a,
divorce from 'Frank Rodriguez In
the Circuit court 'yesterday,
' divorce filed: ') A
ulu Kindefr yesterday f ileid a
complaint 1'for "divorce against Ow;en
1UUUU1 lU'LUU livu'1' tulMk. j
1 lr- '
t r -. .., x . -.avVv '
matlon roquirea.f ,'j.ne census nas
npthlng- to do with taxaltioiwqyith
military or jury'Service, wita me
comnulsion of school attendance,
wUh the regulation of immigration
W ,,.1... fcV. .w VV...w... - rf T '
tlonal, state or local law or ordi
nance. There need bo no fear that
any disclosure will be. made regard
ing any Individual person or hl& 'af
fairs. For the due protection 'of
the rights and Interests of the per
sons furnishing information every
employe of the census bureau is pro
hibited, under heavy penalty, from
disclosing any information which
mny thus come to his knowledge.
"I therefore earnestly urge upon
all persons to answer promptly,
completely and accurately all Inqui
ries addressed to them by the enum
erators or other employes of the cen
sus bureau and thereby to contrib
ute their share toward making this
great and necessary public under
taking a success.
"Dated Dec. 10, 1919."
Ninety Per Cent of Miners Have Re
turned to Work, Reports Indicate
Federal Court Suspends Coa- .
tempt Proceedings Against Officers -,
CHICAGO, Dec. 16. The produc- J
tlon of bituminous coal today rapid-
ly approached normal. Reports Indl- "
cate that 90 per cent of the miners
are working. In only a few Instances
were workers reported still Idle.
Appointment by President Wilson. '
cf a commission to supersede the
;uel administrator is expected this
week. The scale commutes of the npe-a- ,
tors of the central competitive field,
probably will meet in - Cleveland,
Wednesday to consider the strike
INDIANAPOLIS, Dec. 16. Hear
ings on contempt charges agUlns't 'in
ternational and district orTfee'rs,"dt
United Mine 'Workers of Ameritiai '
except "the edse 'against Alexdnder '
Howatt, president of the Kansaa'-dls
trlct, were postponed Indefinitely v
when called in the United' States
court todaj. Howhtt was brdered'ta
WASHINGTON, Dec. 16. While ,,
relaxation of restrictions on use -of T
bituminous coal continued today, in-
dicatlne governmental belief that
thestrlke crisis in the raaustryMnaa-4
begun to bear upou the active parti j
cipants In the settlement The sen-lr,
a"6un-commIttee Investigation ot
IhB'r'coal situation waa-rfollowed byf
Indications that Attorney ' "G-pnerari.
uiiiur uuu uiucr uiut., wujuwti
ild 'he, called this week to explain
Vtfypi5s of Dr. Gaffjeld' were sef
,asrdej"4n'd'a compromise made withi
ith6-tiltfefs,.ir union on-!, basis? whlchi
tS'.'f'oriner-fuel anJihjs'trator' desj-i.
-CTihed as 'eqntrarjtp fundamentaljj
.principles tot goverronerit." ' :
, jVSays Men AVifj ReturnN J5
1 V' jfLCA's- Pres'flent Jolni L. .Lewis,. ,
oi. tne. unuea mine, worsrs 01 Amj,
erica, who Is" "attending the ":abor
ortnicUpcgnfeiAra ijeroj, ;pre-i
ratrtArt tiniv,iipq"i?v!Ni!(?ht flRfnotT
eentsrof'the miners Jsvgould be bSck tS,
work. . . , r- v '
"Though it has Je.en ". ridlflcult
task to reach all of "the. menJn the-
kshort time since the decision was
reached," he said, -"Jtjte.erlain they,
will go back.'V 'Vf
. Removing Rcstrtlons.
Restrictions .imposctl-'qn t.he use
of fuel during the strike gradually
are being removed The working
week opened yesterday with a near
er approach to normal than any
since the strikp began November 1.
Although most of the power to
rescind the various restrictions has
been placed in the hands of the reg
ional directors, tho railroad admin
istration is continuing to exercise
supervisory control over bituminous
coal and coke. Thls"has been necesp
sary not alone by the resignation ot
Dr. Garfield, but also by the resig
nations of Cyrus Guernsey, Jr., as
sistant to Dr. Garfield, and John A.
Alport, chief engineer, both of whom
came back to Washington to serve
with their chief when the fuel ad
ministration was revived. These res
ignations practically have e.idej tl.
reinstated activities of th adminis
Calvary Commandery No. 16,
elected tho following officers to serve
during 1920 and installation cere
monies will be held at the Masonic
hall tomorrow (Wednesday) , even
ing December 17; -
Frank Ward, eminent commander;
John Auten, generalissimo; E. B.
Hall, captain general; John Bor
mont, senior warden; I. R. Strublo"",
Junior warden; E. E. Magee, record
er; E, R. Reames, treasuror; George
Walton, prelate; L. O. Mills, war
der; G. P. Van Riper, standard bear
er; G. K. Van Riper, sword bearer;
C. H. Underwoodrsentinel.