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KLAMATH FALLS,, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21. 1920
Price,. Fire Caati
i ' ' -'
Hunnlor George Baldwin him furn-
jUhed tho-Herald with a copy of Ihu
liiiomorlnl passed by tho stato chnm-
hur of couunorcu ut Its recent session
at Portland, supporting tho opening
of tho Klnnmth Indian reservation.
In addition, tho resolution wns on-
do rued by tho unniuil Orogon JrrlKn
Uon congress mill, Introduced In Hlml-
lur Jo r m liy Senator Ilaldwlu as it
Jollil niomorliil, panned botu Iiouidh
of tho stnto legislature liy ununlinciis
voto. Tho moninilnl Im iih follows.
hying onnt ot tho CiihciiiIo Moun
tains ami within tho boundaries o(
-wKliimnth County, Orogon, Is tho Kla
math Indian lloHorvatlon, n torrltory
somo forty Hilton square and con
taining, twenty million dollars worth
of Btnndlng plno timber. At tho pros-
,011 1 Dolling itrico, ihla In the next fow
years In hound to ilouhlo In prlco.
. In addition thoro nro n v.ut niiin
her of acres of liny and jiantiiro land.
Thoro In oiio hody known un tho big
mnrHli that contains about ono hurt
droit thousand arrcn, which linn a
number ot nrtushin wells ami on
which largo n.iinntltl"i of hay nro
cut ovory year.
Thoro nro now In thin reservation
cluvop hundred Indians for tho pant
fifteen yearn tho number ot ludliinu
"bus romnlnuil about tho name.-
Tho opening of thin recurvation
' would add at onco moro that" thirty
million dollars of property to the
nsHOfBinont roll nnd miilo Klnmnth
County tho rccond richest county in
tho Stato of Oregon.
Thoroforo. UK IT RlSSOLVigD. Unit
In view of tho great benefit to bo de
rived therefrom, that tho Oregon
Stato Chnmbor of Commorco uso
ovory otfort In Its power to accom
plish tho opening of tho Klamath In
dian HcBorvutlou for settlement, the
lotufnoil noldlem uud allot,lahiivo
tho proforenco! , t
$ Tho Socrotnry of Stato Inlierojjy In
structed to Bend by mall a cortlflod
copy of thin memorial to ''the Presi
dent of tho Ronnto of tho U. 8. A. and
to oach membor of tho Senate from
Oregon and to each member ot the
IIouso from Oregon nnd .to tho Se
cretary ot Btnto mid tho coiumlsslou
ot Indian Affairs.
W. O. SMITH SHOVS
'" ACCUSTOMED FORM
Houston's "Duff's" dcfcntnd Ilnaji
lnnd'a "Bpnik I'lugi." on tho Kilt's
TilloyH Inst night, taking tho firHt
two of tho throo games, Vf. p. Smith
showed bin usual forri nnd cmorgrd
with n high wcoro of 23 and an nv
orogo for throo guinea of 106 2-3. To
, night tho Ducks mid tho SiiwdtiBt
'Club will have the floor. Lust night's
J. Mooro ,.
Houston, 173; J.
L. Uouaton, 187;
'Mooro, lfln 1-3;
Smith, 10G 2-3.
.' Spark-Plugs ' t ,
J 1st , 2nd 3rd Totnl
Van Ilolloii .... 146 -183 J22 G41
Mason ....,' l'yi- 1G8 r?02 535.
Harry .....f. 127 136 '"SOI 464
Hoaglanil 182 216 '70562
630 687 78G
Avorngos Van, Ilolloii, 180
Mason, nff 'SI-ai'Mlnrry, 1G4
Hougland, 187 1-3, i
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I'UNNHVIjVAMA fiKADS ;
IV WMI BUILDING,
f .HAimiBnURa, iu Jan, 21
Popnsylyanla led-the nation In 1019inna tho northern district of Russia.
in iinllengo of contracts lot for road
.'construction) according to the State
Highway Department. Up to Jan. 1
th, BUto nwnrded contracts for the tho experlmontal 8tage ,n 'spltaber
bullding of 679.26 miles of durante Tho flahln fthollt tha ,.,ftnda
highways. Its nearest competitor wns
lllhjols-whlch contracted tor 610 jo.
trti lin onnntrlintlnn at nnnrn-Hmnf nlv.
c,n .. . 1 mu . UUlred by tho Norwegian mining
M-O-niHea of roads, Tho depnrtipcjit H .
saya that Ponimylvnnln Js far aheart,00"11""1'08,
of other states In tho oraBnlzatlon ltt
hts 'nerfectod to build durable hlu'li -
hiikiukf humphiikv muht
shoot u.'licknhi:i doom
PORTLAND, Jnn. 21. Tho
.' circuit court today uphold tho
validity ot tho statu dog llconua
Inw, providing that sheriffs
in nut shoot nil unleashed dogs
not wearing a stato llconso, in
addition to city llconso whore
noconanry. Wnltor D. Honoy
nifin brought tho suit to tost
tho law, whclh wan passed by
tho 1019 legislature.
In Klamath county throo or
four llconnoa havo been issued
under tho stato law. Whllo
clorlis of, Bomo counties havo
complained ot tho added bur
don placed upon thorn" and ro
fuscd to issuo any llconsos until
tho tost cano was decided,
County Clork DoLap has filled
all tho applications made, not a
very onerous task so tar.
CAPT. LEE MAY BE
That staunch old Democratic
wheolhorso, Cnpt. J. 1'. Ieo, is prom
inently montloned in party circles as
ono ot tho Oregon delegation to tho
Democratic national convention In
San Francisco next Juno. Tho move
ment to send Capt. Leo as ono of tho
official representatives of Orogon De
mocracy has not gained dofinlto
standing yet, but thoro is unanimous
Hcnllmont In favor of tho cholco, lo
Captain Leo sayn ho has no Intima
tion ot his friends' Intention so tar,
but ho's going to tho convention any
way, nfl It's tho chance of a llfotimo
to meet old friends from south ot
Mason and Dixon's lino and ulso
teema to havo tho makings ot u good
hot political scrwp, evop at this parly
tlmo of writing. So, rcgjMftJogs o
what tho party leaders' do or whom
tbov select, tho contain will ho
strongly Jn vjdonco 4t"tho national
t'nesport papers woro Iwsued by tho
circuit court yostorduy to Fred W.
Il,nduinn, woll known enrpontor, and
rkt Cronln. local stockman. Mr.
Ilynduian Is leaving for a visit to his
old homo In Scotland after an ab
sence or 30 jonrx. Mr. Cronln Is going
Hack to Ireland for n visit. Ho has
burnt In tlila country six years.
wii-'i; ciiAitqics assault.
,,A complaint charging assault and
bhttery w.is tljod against Oowcn Opd-
cAvn, un Indian, In tho Justice court
last ovonlng by Anna" Qodowa, tho
wife, who la Booking u divorce from
Mm, t'dio lillogcs "that nor husband
nt tucked her with n chtilr dining an
altercation In a local rooming house
tlodowa was ancstod yostotday. Iho
dlvorco octlon. begun sovornl wooks
'Iiko. Is sot for trial In tho circuit
S A .
lltATi HKIIVICICJ VOU
CIlIiOltKNK ItVAN latlDAY.
-vTho funoral ot llttlo Chlorono
Ilyan will bo l(el(Vldayj-a(tornpon I
nii2 o'clock atSlhSModiodfst-thurcttjl
J .. .. ' S.v.l',-v-.-'.. . .-Nl
VjCb nov. S.J, iJiiaiToy win oinciiuo;
ttiituiuiiy morning mo uouy wm uu
Ulron to Santa Ann, California, for
lu,toi mont. Tho fathor of Mrs. D. V,
Uyun, tho Uond girl's aunt 8nd foster
I mother, Is burled there. Six school
'inatos havo boon chosen to uct as
pull bearers at tho funoral sorylce,
V ,F IELDS VALUABLE
rfecHIUSTlANU. Dec. 27. (By
Mall.) uoai iiouis are mo inus
tJ.YaluaVlo assets of Spitsbergen, for
'which tho supreme council at Paris
has given 'Norway sovoroignty. It Is
estimated here that It theso Holds
are dovoloped they will provide coal
enough to supply northern Norway
Spitsbergen coal is said to bo the
best grade of hard coal. Mining for
aro at nresent Is not much bevond
NcrwegBn' espttoB. have done
..,V. ..nl.,.llnn innvlr nnH thai
co fVe.ds have' be"e a7.8.
a tax on beer In
' There nas oeen
England slnco tho twelfth century.
WASHINGTON, Jnn. 21. A des
crlplion of tho accomplishment of
tho International High Commission
toward promoting trada rotations
among tho countries of tho Americas
was given to 'ho Pan-American Fin
ni'clftl Conference today by John Ilas-
sott Mooro, vlco-chalrman of tho
commission, which was or.mtcd by
ho First Pan-Amorlcan Financial
conforonco held In Washington in
"Substantial amalloratlons of me
thods ot customs administration hnvo
boon secured In various' quarters,"
said Mr. Moore. ''Regulations permit
ting tho simultaneous loading and un
loading ot cargoes, and the advance
preparation of cargoes, have beon
brought about In numerous countries.
"Progress has been made with tho
adoption ot a uniform statistical
classification ot morchonlso. Six coun
tries havo already taken favorable
action, and two mora aro under
stood to bo on tho point ot so doing.
"Kvory effort has been made to
advanco uniform legislation to bills
ot exchange, checks, bills of lading,
and warohouso receipts.
"Wo soom to bo rapidly approach
ing tho tlmo whon, so far as it con
corns bills of oxchonge, there will.
In effect, bo only two systems, in
iibo in tho Western Hemisphere, baa
ed, respectively, "on Tho Hague Ilules
of 1912 and the United States Ne
gotiable Instruments Act of 1916.
"Tho Commission has also boen
fjnd to obsorva a growing intorcst
in tho adoption ot uniform legislation
on the subject of warohouso receipts,
na woll as on 'that ot conditional
Mr. Mooro suggested that coun
tries of .tho southern group which
had rqtlfletl a treaty for the Interna
tional proioctlon ot trademarks be
permitted to register trademarks at
the International bureau in Havana
pending tho establishment or a bur
eau at Rio Janeiro, which awaits
ratification ot tho treaty by a suffi
cient numbor of countries of tho
southern group. '
Progress had been made toward
facilitating operations ot commercial
travolers, ho sald.-by a treaty which
substitutes a slnglo national tea in
placo'of local taxes on'travolors. This
convention has boen signed and rati
fied by flvo countrlos nnd signed by
throo moro whllo soven others are
icady to sign .
A treaty for the establishment ot
nn International gold clcaranco fund
to nssuro tho safoty of deposited
fold, avoid Its shlpmont and stabillzo
ochango has boon signed by two
countries and approved in principle
by olght othors.
Agreements for tho arbitration of
commercial disputes havo boon mado
between tho United States Chamber
of Commorco and tho national Cham
bers of Commerco of Uruguay, Ecua
dor. Panama, and fiiiatomaln. Other
bgreoments nro bolng negotiated.
Mrs. Don J. Zumwnlt's Pupils'
club will moot Thursday evening at
7:30 promptly, at tho Christian
Science" Hall. Tho program will bo as
1. Welcome Spring Denza
Harriet and Faye sugarman.
(n) Banjo Song Homer
(b) Little Boy iiiuo Ne.vin
Plana Scherslno Handrook
(a) I Gathered A Rose
(b) At Dawning Cadman
(a) Quando a te lleta (Faust )
(b) Huaheen , Neodham
6. Piano, Serenade Jensen
7. (a) Just Before the Lights
are Lit Bransconibe
(b) The Rosary A .-..Nevln
(a) Roses in June .v
(b) The Big Brown Bear T.
" 1 The Little Grey Dove Saar
iniDiin us me inikui imam
Clara Schubert MePherren
28 Mill ,
OltntlON AGUICULTURAL COI-
l.IXIK, Corvallls, Jan. 21. Klamath ( governor Bald ho saw no neces
County a roprcBontcd by !28 of tho, slty, as no cmqrgency exists.
4673 long and short, course students Tho straight party .h'ill and
in attendance this school (year, aq-i
cording to tho latest report; from the'i
ornco oi tno registrar, 11. -m. lennaui,
Kxcliislvo of short course utudonts tTie
enrollment of 3285 including,' 2S7'.
persons of collegiate standing and vn
catlonals Ia a gain of 102 por onnt
over registration on tho correspond
ing date in 1917, tho last normal
This term 366 new student, h.ivo
registered to date. Engineering in its
various branches-loads' In popularity
with 942 students, agriculture hes
837, commerco 625 and homo econ
omics 538. J
Oregon counties have sent :iS54 of
... . . '.,.. .
tha total of 4673 lon
and j short
From 31 'other
states camo 787, and from II for
eign counties 32. -"
Washington leads among tlm states
wHh 269 whlio California is '.a clojsc
rfcond with 231. Idaho hns 10.
Jilontana 26, tho Philllpplno' Islands
16, Texas 13 and Illinois 12. For
eign countries In tho list aro Canada,
Denmark, India, Germany, Roumania,
8cotolnd, South America, Nether
lands, China, Now Zealand and Rus
sia. Funds for mnlntonnno havo not
Increased In proportion to tha stud
ent enrollment, nnd this fact togeth
er with high salaries offered by oth
or Institutions and advanced, costs in
overy department has placed tho col
logo in a critical condition, say tho
J. O. Goldthwalte, of tho Chiloquln
Lumber company, nnd wife aro re
gistered at tho White Pelican for a
fow days. ,
Thos. B. Wilson and C. F. Ashor,
railroad auditors, aro in Klamath
Falls this week.
Mrs. M. Howell and her daughter,
Mrs. C-.- Jaycox who hao been
visiting nt tho homo of J. A. King
and his mother. Mrs. Bartle, loft for
their homes this morning.
B. R. King and his brido returned
from San Frnncisco last night. Mr.
King Intends to locate in business
Mrs. A. V. Gordon, of Worden, who
has been in town foe a fow days
shopping, left on the train this morn
ing. Miss Mabel Mcars, for some tlmo
on tho staff of the County lilgn
School hore, loft for Medford yester
day. Tho mld-wcok prayer services of
tho Presbyterian and Baptist
churches aro withdrawn this evening
that tho congregations may unito at
IjSpSpo, ofCaoSUTiprug store,
leaves' for LongBeachn the morn
ing. C. L. Holliday, of tho Keno road.
was In town on business yostorday.
C E, Martin of Midland, is in
Mrs. M. J. Ynden left for Portland
on businoss this morning,
E. A. Gilbert, of San Francisco,
and H. C, Hays, of Portland, aro at
tho White Pelican Hotel.
J. E. Patterson, formorly a resld
ent hea but of lato yoars proprietor
ot an implement store at Calgary. Al
berta, Canada, has returned to Klam
ath Falls and is staying at tho White
Pelican, Mr. Patterson has sold his
interests at Calgary 'and it is under
stood has plans for establishing him
self in business in this community,
qOOO REPORTED SICK,
CHICAGO. Jan. 21. More than
6000 persons are ill here with influ
enza and the disease is reported to bo
appearing throughout the Middle
West. Pneumonia is also epidemic
and causing more deaths proportion
ately than influenza. In the last 24
hours new Influenza cases are report
ed at thq rate of 50 por hour. Fifteen
hundred nurses are nooded Immedi
ately. There have boen 36 deaths in
Chicago In the last 24 hours.
Personal . Mention
GOVKKNOIl' KNOCKS OUT
'XOP.SV UltADI! I'KOJKCX
SALi;M. Juiu 2V. Governor
, Olcott vetoed 16 , bills today
besides 16 ho vutood yesterday.
In most cases tlujy woro cracr-
gency measures, for which tho
many road bills woro vetoed
yesterday, including (those in
Benton, Jackson, ,Cfros, Klam
ath, Clatsop, and, Douglas
It is probable thait Iho voto
of road bills inciudedrtho Topsy
grade in this county, which a
bill Introduced by j Senator
Baldwin and passed by both
houses, mado a parrot tho state
highway system. Provisions
for Its Improvement were mado
in tbo bill.
WILL HEAD. HERD
One ot tho first, it cot tho first,
registered Jersey bulls over shipped
into the Bonanza section, -was receiv
ed last nlGht by H. M.4 Daniel of Bon
anza and taken to hl&. ranch near that
town this mornlngr Tho animal Is
ono of tho best from tho herd of J. C
Brown & Son, of Shedd, Oregon. He
Is ono year old, and comes from a
strain that has a long record for
getting producers ot largo porcen
lro9 of linf(rr-fat. .Eleven half sls-
! tors of tho animal Just purchased bjy
Mr. Daniel aro now on 'official tost,
and according to a report Issued by
Prof. Fitch of tho Oregon'Agricultur-
al colleco theso havo produced an
average of two pounds oC buttor-fat
per day for each heifer, t ,
Thfs movo of Mr. Daniel's is a com
moitdablo ono and will! bo watched!
with" keen Interest by tho farmers of
ho county. Tho clay Is at hand when
beaten path of any old, cow tor the
L'oro modern, scienunc,onetoi regis
tered stock, for- It has been demon
sirated beyond question that,tho cost
of keeping them is no greater and
tbd returns much more.
ItAKKlt 13M)ORSI-S IHLL. r
WASHINGTON. Jan. 21. Sfecre?
tary Baiter today1 endorsed tho array
reorganization bill drafted by tbo
senato subcommittee. , It provides'for
compulsory military ttaintng and tbo
formation of ono big 'armr to bo div
ided Into regulars, national guards
and citizens" reserve corps., Baker op
posed tho provision making Goneral
Pershing chief ofstaffi wblch he
said would abolish ' tho vwar depart
ment whllo Pershing lsi on tno ac-
tivo list. ' 4 "
WOOL GROWKHSrWULTj HOLI)
AXXUAIj aiKKTfXG 'AT MKUIULL,
J. II. Carnahan. assistant secretary
of tho Klamath? Woo! Growers' asso
ciation, announces that the annual
meeting ot the Klamath Wool Grow
ers' association .will bo hold at the
portonco to wool' grow-
on up "at tho meeting,
Mr, and Louis Hoagl.ind have pur
chased from Mis J Amundn Hamaker
thoi bungalow at 12G Third street ad
joining tho now garage of Hoagland
& McCollum just completed at Third
and Main. This isVono of the modern
bungalows built ituthe past few years
in this city.
Tom Walters and family moved to
Klnmnth Falls last wetik to spend
tho remaining weeks of, tho winder.
Mr. and Mrs, Bert Dawson and
children Georgia and' Burton spent
Friday of last weok with Mr. and
Mrs. H. L. Morrison,
Mrs. Chas. Mack, who has been
Yory ill is well again.
Miss Myrtle Butlor Is spending the
week In Klamath Falls with her Un
cle, Goo. Grizzle and! family.
Mrs. H. D. Morrison and Miss Myr
tlo Butler called on Mrs. Tom Wal
iur. ana Airs, joun noontz are
homo from California, Mr. Koontz
went to Kansas while away,-
hnll.lMorrlU. Oieiron. Monday;
j ' 4. '
Pb?nxiT2102n..nt tbo honrrs Vator"frora this source. The legkrd'
o'clock, p. m. Matter of vital im- ot tno problom ,8 not worriln ms.
xjra win uu ik-
Development of tho Immense Lan
gell Valley Irrigation project is halt
ed temporarily '-according to state
ments ot C. J. Ferguson, attorney tor
tho district, and C T. Darley, dis
trict engineer, throsgh laclc ot faad
for development of the Horsefly 're
servoir site. Money for this prposa
depends on the action of congress on
the pending $250,000,000 appropria
tion bill. Tho supporters ot the ap
propriation havo lately-been pess'mls-
llc regarding the possibility ot .1
curing any adequate amount tor re
clamation purposes, and some tt
dlct that the appropriation 'will be
pared down to$10,000,00
"Whllo wo have dismissed the con
firmatory proceedings to determine
tho legality of the steps taken toward
tho creation ot the district and vot
ing tho $900,000 bond issue for its
development," said C. J. Ferguson,
attorney tor the district, "this action
does not signify any flaw In our legal
position. As to the next step to be
taken on the legal side ot the Matter,
we are keeping our owa Dcunsel, bat
the hitch is In the tack ot funds for
developing the Horsefly site."
' The confirmatory proceedings were
contested by eight or ten owners of
land in tlru district, holders of state
V'a'er rights, who maintain prlvat
ditching systems and "object to th ,
extinguishing of their claims on th
Lost River supply and the merging t
their interests into tbe BcaerafaeTrt
opment project. -!
Tho objectors are repreeeatei la
three separalq .contests filed by C. F.
Stone, J, H. Carnaban and Wihon
Wiley. The land area reyewmted
totals several thousand acres. The e-
Ijectors, look npon the laddaq '.
page of theconflrmatqjy'l
ii4banKLVu;in.iiui,upt B vn ,
a .ylctory for their' cUlu
TJtn nv)iT& o 1 1ab S irarMBBri
i.u6uiref juaup,. iiuunn, ( ra..
this morning that the litigation- over-
tho.. development of the -district ww- x' "
cansing no anxiety. 4mW$"t -'l
"That will tfe settled wken the
proper time "comes," he said. 'The ;
present "obstacle to development U
the Horse'fly reservoir site. Tentative f
agreement with the government 1b to f
tbo effect that the government will -J
install the site at a cost of 1300,000,
and sell the district water at tip per , ,
acre, with provision for the district -f
purchasing the reservoir adw ,1.
twenty-year payment plan. ft
''It is true that we can godhead
and use. the Clear Lake supply to Ir
rigate lands on the south end of the
valley at once, but It Is not practical
from the standpoint of cost, aawell
as for engineering dlffIcultIes,ro t
i:'rate the entire 28,000 acres ot the
district from this source. Also" the
renoral welfare demands thattall of
the Clear Lake waters are not divert
ed to this pioject. It possible ihelHa m
i- lteiopeu zanas in uauiornia snouuvj
bo considered. They are dependent
on the Clear Lake supply for their fu-
"Drainage and ovorflow problems
also hinge upon the bulldlngi.pl the
11 , 1 j 1 iJ-i.lvh.")
and I am optimistic In regard -to aver-.l
c.iming me main oDsiacie. (.(iBlaKi
nnt a suinciont snm will be approB-r
tiated at this session to prgvlIei f or.
ir.o Horseny reservoir, in tno; event
that It is not wo will have to attae'k
(ho problom from another angl-
. t,- J'iji.
MRS. LOLA WHITEB
IS HOW A BRIDE
By swearing all their trienda tcf se-.
f i I
crecy, ""Mr. and Mrs. Victor Olson
have managed to escape congratuU- 1
110ns irom an except me coomhtHV
in whom they reposed conteajfj;'
bu.t the story of their raarrlage'illit
oiuuruuj- seaituu oui luuuy. v t jj WJiS fe I I
Mrs. Olson was Mrs. Lola WHeJcjPfst'V- VI
widow of the late Austin W,jid,?crj;
ls well known in this -community, sH ? ?f
which uas ueeu ner nome lerpiae..
past ten years. Mr. Olson Is a naehlH
1st in the employ ot the Klamath
Lumber & Box company, He-.oftaw
bere from' Redding, CallforBla, !llt r
tie less than a year ago. $
The ceremony was performed? Sat- M
urday by the Rev. B. P. Lawntnea at .
tho Presbyterian manse. The wit- 3.
nesses; Were Mrs. J. J. VtpoW,.,Jm
mother of tho brldo.'and Postsaaeter . lY?
W. A Delzell, her brother1i-lw.
XI IS, HJ