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'Fourteenth Year No. 3840
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1920
TH ddcdhdc rnp
WATER BY APRIL 1 i
Tim directors of tho Kliiiuuth Irri
gation illNtrlut will link ttm wntur
users of lliu project to co-oportito In
getting thu canals anil lalorulH of tliu
projoct la readiness fur wutur liy tlio
flrnt of April, If pohhIIiIo,
Thin action wan
thn directors of tho
regular meeting of tho board Inst illUn lvlugo of tho coursos ntul
PARTY IS HERE
An tinny recruiting party, con
sisting of First Lloulannnt 13. ,11.
Juekfon, Horgount John Wottornu.
Sergeant William Loach, and Cor
poral John Formollor, from tho First
United StatH Infantry, Cump Luwls,
WiihIi., will ho In tho city until
Thursday, February 12. All mom
horn of tho parly will ho glnd to rIvo
Informnllon concornliiR tho now
army and Kb schools,
Military drill Ih ro arranRcd that
Holdlorn may attend school ovory
iiftoruoon from ono to four o'clock
IlBOS ESCAPE '
Price, Five Cento
dooldod upon hy 'r,w nclioola nro voluntary and aro
o district at tho l,on tn W soldier wlio wishes to
Tuesday, uftor a con formica with
tho projoct munngcr, II. I). Newell.
For tho past thruo years tho do
atructlon of canula and structurao on
ill A mvlltftft tin lmnn fWAnlnai limn
.( repairs and ronowals, owing to con
,, dltlons brought about by too war,
' . lack of labor, and appropriations by
Congress for now work, such na on-
;t, Urgainont at present canals and
flumes In ordor to afford sorvlco of
water to now units ,,of gravity and
pump lutein whclh deslro to ohtnlu
,Invosllgntlon (llsilosoa theso con
, . dltlono that must ha mut hy thu sor
, , vlco nnd water usora thin comliiK
, season. It Is found thnt tho Honluy
fluntfl on tho South Ilranch has de
teriorated to such an extent that ro-
, placement will ho noccsHnry within'
two yoars. In tho moantlmo, nxton-
slvn repairs will bo, nocoBimry to tako
enro of thn present land depending
upon tho South Ilranch for n wator
supply. In north Poo Vnlloy tho
wator supply will ho limited to the
amount that can bo carried through
.tho flume, at tho Ilex Hoard ninch.
,. On tho Nil na Lake lateral these con
ditions Roveru tho wator supply to a
,, i'...0"" Chokes Ditch
Y?fOn thoGTirtilh latoral, which af
fords a wat'or supply for lands ex
tending toMalln, It Is found that
this canal has boon drawn upon to
capacity for tho past two or throo
years and In addition tho ofllcloncy
-.of this canal In Rroatly 'losaonod dur
ing tho, warm sumnjor period by tho
growth of moss, which at times ul-
. ' most cuts off tho flow of wator In tho
. i section from Merrill to Mulln. In
ff order to a
tlui'leo offered, llclow Is a hrlof
outline of tho odiicatlonul and roca-
llonnl courses that may bo bad at
Camp Lewis. Classes In other sub
jects will bo started whonovor
twolvo mon apply
Complete grammar' school Ors
duatos will bo glTon a atats of Wash
ington diploma, wjth tho words
"Karnod In tho Army." French,
Spanish nnd Italian nro taught.
Huslnoss course Shorthand, type
writing, bookkeeping, Hpolllng, pen
manship, commercial law and kin-
urea suwocts uro tnught. Positions
will ho found for graduates of thla
Auto repairing, motorcycle repair
ing, hlacksmlthlng, tolography and
radio Rchoolssaro bolng conducted,
lit nd'dltlpn to tho trades mentioned,
many others aro taught.
Tho Instructors nro tho best civil
Ian teachers to bo hud: nil have had
moro than flvo yoars' experience
Those tonuhors havo already mado
tho bcIiooI n success. Ovor twonty
llvo per cent of1 tho soldiers in Camp
Lewis nro enrolled.
Lloutonont Jackson wlshos It un
derstood thntf jio will nccopt appli
cants for any branch of tho sorvlco
and permit tho applicant to chooso
Til E FLU SITUATION'.
WASHINGTON, Fob. 0, Official
dispatches rocolved hy tho state dof
pnrtment today say that a forco of
2000 Koreans, nrmod principally wlt3i
equipment furnished by tho" Dolsh p-
vlkl. crossed Into northern Kornm
from Klrln, Manchuria and attaclf- plies, noar Alntav, In Syria, accord
ed a Japanese, post of 700 men, klliy ng to advicca to tho stato dopart-
ihk ovv niiu routing ino romainnor. niont.
Tho dispatches said that. tho attack Tho bodies have not been recover-
was mo iniuauon or an active ronoi- ,di Tho ntlack occurrcd February
linn ! IAnMM ft tlt. ta I
'.,.. "'"'"; -""BiiiiunB 01 3, nfteon miles south of Alntav, near
tromondous affair." Masses of tho AJonno. acmr.iin,- i if...i ..
populatlon'aro joining tho insurgents !colved ttt Bolrut from A, and
anrl inn Jannnnnn nrn ratmnttnv ' , . .
i-caoica 10 mo stato department. Tho
ITurks later repulsed a French forco
1,-of 150 dispatched to tho sccno of tho
and tho Japanoso aro rotroating,
Aro yoa enumerated?-
ifPrfvcl Hlal.a trm . .1 .1 f ,(.... u .
y w.... .w uiiuiii .iii.ui iur iiiiuuiuiini
'.pump lands In Sand Hallow and
l.around Malln, It will ho necessary to
, enlargo this cnual from Wilson
5' brldgo to Adams point, and In addi
tion build a cut-off canal from tho
South Ilranch to and ucross Lost
r(vor nt Wilson brldgo. This -work
Is ontiroly dependent upon congroa'-
slonnl appropriations. With tho
knowledge of thoso conditions he-
fi-'tora thorn, the hoard Instructed
,. Presldont Oftlold and tho Bocrotnry
to prepare u letter to ho sont to each
wntor user of tho district, urging
that preparations ho mndo to una
;, wator ut vtip earliest available op
portunity, nnd tluiB avoid congos
' tlon during tho rush porlods In Junu
and July. l Tho donning of field
dlichos and ropnir of turnouts will
bo u great aid In tho ofllclont uso of
:.wntor. . .,
In connection with tho dlructors'
action rcgurdlng tho wutor supply
for 1820r;ho Horuld roportor asked
y Director ,Uradbury what his opinion
. was In. regard to tlio question of tho
. closing of tho dam nnd storago of '
water in tho Uppor Klamath lako to
afford a sufflclont supply for tho
coming sonson. Mr. llrndbury is
quoted ,ns follews:
Wntur Kniiiigli For 11)20
VThQro1 Is absolutely no causa for
japptehonslon In rogard to tho wnlor
'' supplyvfor 1920. TJio use of wator
beyond tho south and oast branchos
-of the mnln canal Is mcasurod en
tirely by tho capacity, of thoso and
tho Orlfnth canal; without onlurgo
ment, It would ho posslhlo to got but
llttlo moro wutor through thorn than
was used t last year. Thla lilnB tho
case, thero ia hut amull bono for
much additional ncroago to bo add
ed to tho projoct this sonson, which
depends upon thoso canals for sor-
"Ilogardlng the lack of snowfall
In tho mountains and probahlo effect
( upon the wator supply of tho Upper,
lake, there have been two porlods of
, water ' shortngo rocordod slnco tho
Klamath 'projoct has boon In oporu-,
tlon, one In 1008 nnd tho other In
1016. I have not tho rocord for
his camp. Thbso 'desiring" to "travol
Will ho eont to any camp In tho
United States, or to Panama, tho
Ifl.ttln..!. TI . . .
i.i.i.iiuun, jiuwaii, uninu or
Alaska. Enlistments aro for ono or
A courso In anlmul husbandry and
farming Is to bo had at Camp Fun
iun, nunsas. a largo varloty of
thoroughbred stock is already in
Aro you enumerated?
u.vigui: cmntcii mkkvicm
ATTHACTS I.AKOI1 CltOUD.
A largo crowd nttondod tho Presby
terian church last evening for tha
services In jchnrgo of tho Christian
hndonvor society. A number of intor-
ostlng talks wore mado. Tho young
people mado n distinct snecoss of tho
occasion, and tho Itov. K. P. Law
rence oxprossod willingness to relin
quish chnrgo of tho sorvlces to thorn
agnln at sonio early dato.
Aro you cnuincrntcd?
AltJIKMAN ItKMKF DIUVR
TUM POIIA II 1 1 Y l'OSTI'dXKD.
MONTESAKO, Feb. 9. Tho Am
erican Legion, was completely exon
erated by George E. Vandorveor, do
fonso nttornoy,for nny part in llan
nliiR tho alleged plot to raid tho I. W.
W. Hall at Contralln, In Vandevcor's
opening stntomont for tb'o dQfense.
mado today boforo the prosecution
put on any witnesses In tho caso. Van
dorveor snld tho Legion men who may
hnvo participated woro catspaw? of
tho commercial organization of Con
tralla, which planned to raid tho hall.
Ho declarod tho matter was dis
cussed beforehand at tho commercial
club nnd cited tho provious dotruc-
tlon of tho formor I. W. W. Hall Ia
"Wo will stand or fall on tho posi
tion thnt tho shooting was donq in
solf defense," ho said. "Tho, big ques
tion la, who was tho aggressor. This
Is an I. W. W. trial. The I. W. W is
on trial, not as nn aggressor' In this
caso,,but as a labor organisation,?', , ,
Aro yoa enumerated?
PKHT8 DESTROY BULLION
FEET OF TIMBKIt
Tho ahovo Associated. Press dis
patch practically allaya fear folt by
.friends of tho Itov. and Mrs. W. E.
Jlnmbo. Tho noy. Mr. nambo, formor
.pastor of tho Christian church horo,
-inn iiirs. iiamlio nro stationed at
Vdano, 100 miles north of Aleppo,
and it has boon their custom to go
occasionally to Aleppo to aid in
bringing in tho supplies for tholr
illation. First reports snld that threo
,V. M. C. A. representatives woro
"killed and friends of Mr. and Mrs.
Itambo have boon in a stato of con
siderable anxiety. Tho foregoing
dispatch is apparently assurance of
their safety. "
-Aro you enumerated? -
For tho first time this year
Tho Herald Is called upon to
mention this question that caus-
cd so much uneasiness, sickness
and death last year. This time,
however, it Ih to assuro tho poo-'
plo of this city and county that
there Is practically no flu. There
is tho customary talk and exag-
Investigation rovcals tho fact
that thero aro Just four cases of 4
what might ho termed flu, and
two of theso aro doubtful. Tho
announcement thnt nn Isolation
hospital was being prepared
caused a wave of uneasiness to
WASHINGTON, Feb. 0 James
Perry, nnd Frank Johnson, ronro-
sentatlvcs of tho Y. M. C. A., woro
tho Amoricans killed In tho recently
roporlcd attackhy Turkish brigands' gcratcd statements, but careful
on a convoy of Amorlcan relief mm- !
IN ATTEMPT TO
LEXINGTON, Ky., Feb. 9. Fit
teen aro wounded, besides four kilted,
ns a result of today's rioting. Tour
hundred troops fr',Camp Taylor
aro en routo here. -
spread, but thero Ist no oceasjlon
for It. Dr. Soulo and itov; Mr.
Lawrence both Atato that the
hospital Is being gotton In road!-
ness not because thore Is a need
for it, but becauso of a derlro to 4
bo prepared If thoro Is one. Dr
Johnson about sizes tho real
situation up when ho says:
"About all there la to it Is
95 per cent scaro and colds and
G per cent of doubtful flu,., If
tho pcoplo would only exerciso
Just a little bit of common sense
tbe'ro would bo nothing to It.-
Tho bright sunny days we aro
having aro very decop'.lvj and
LEXINGTON, Ky., Fob. 9 Four 1
persons wcro killed and several iif I
Jurcd here today; when a mob Intent
upon lynching William LockettJ the
negro who confessed to murdering
Geneva Hardman, ten years old. char
ged upon the courthouse durlar
Lockett's trial and wero fired upon
by tho police and stato troops. Two
women woro reported to be among
The clash with the soldiers held oft
the mob long nnou-T i to allow iWri
officers to slip the negro to a place of
safety. While the mob was nttempilrg
to r.ot. Into tho courthone the jury
found Lockctt guilty and a moment
later he was sentenced to' die In the
electric chair March 11.
peoplo go out Improperly cloth-
od, with tho result that they
catch cold. They rush off to bed
and call a doctor. There is no
need of it. In tho .first place
I . Telegraph Tabloids
IJocauso of tho provalonco of Influ
enza, which roqulros'tho ontiro ntton-
tlon of thoso who nro londlnj the
campaign for Noar East' roTlef sub
scriptions, tho Armonlnn rollof drive
which wns to havo Btartod in Klnm
uth, county tortuy has boon.poatpoiiod
for a fow dnys, ponding nbntement of
tho influonzu situation.
wo find thnt tho avorago low outflow
of Klamath lako was 1,170 ,socond
foot In Soptombor, 191G. Tho ox
tromo low-wntor porlod comes nftor
tho irrigation aoason ia prnctlcally
ovor Juno, July and August bolng
tho heaviest drnfta for Irrigation.
During thoso months tho records
sjiow tho following oxtromoly low
avorago monthlyflew: Juno, 2,780
spcond foot; July, 1,970 socond foot;
August, 1,330 aocond foot.
"As I havo statod boforo. tho
amount at wutor used upon tho pro
ject nt present Is govornod by tho
capuclty of tho canals beyond tho
main canal, Taking past rocords,
wo And that last year, 1919, tho
maximum amount diverted throueh
tho main canal was loss than BOO'
socond foot. Wo will uso that amount
at any rqto . To this add possibly
100 socond foet for the Enterprise
uistnct and 205 socond toot for
power dlvorslon by tho Callfornla
Orogon Power and through tho Keno
cnnul, a total of 805 second feet.
which is considerably loss 'tiinn iml
lowest known outflow of tho, Doner
1919, but taking tho abovo rocords lako," i
I ... ..i, U'4i,-
EUGENE. Ore, F,eb. 9. Approx
imately a million feet of tlmbor In
tho Sluslaw national, forest, n the
vicinity of Yachaats and Capo creek,
on tho .coast, was destroyed by ln
socta during tho past year, accord
ing to a apodal report just, filed In
tho ofllco of tho Sluslaw forest hero.
Tho investigation was made by ono
of tho rangors, who found that tho
ravages of tho Insects, tho nature of
which ho was unablo to dotnrmlno,
covorod a strip about a quarter of a
mile wido and 50 acres in extent,
noar tho coast.
Are you enumerated? .
HIIKEP RANGE BIDS HIGHER
YAKIMA. Wash., Fob. 9. Bids
by shoopmon at Fort Slmcoa c for
lonso of Yakima reservation ranges
during tho coming so'ason showed
Incronses of 100 to 150 per cent. over
he bids mado a year ago. In many
cases several bids were offered for
ono range. Tho high bids reachod
52.10 per owo and lamb for summor
rango and J2.1G for winter range.
Aro you enumerated?
WILL ARGUE APPEAL IN
STATIC SUPREME COURT.
WASHINGTON, Fob. .9. Tho pre
sident today wroto Heprosontutivo
Caldwoll, incmbor of tho houso mlll-
.ury .committee... saying it. would Jia
inadVlBabla for:thb llbuWDcmocrafs
to declare opposltlohlo'unlvorsal mil
HAhWAX, Feb. 9. A radio mess
age says tho second officer and flvo
at the crow or the British stoamsWp,
Oxonian, perished while attempting
to savo tho crow of tho steamship,
Bradboyno, When she 'was abandoned
off tho- coast of Newfoundland.
they should wear tho samo cloth
Ing thoy would if there was
snow on tho ground more in
fact. In tho second placo If tboy
. arc careless and catch cold. Just
tako a good physic, use ordinary "
precaution against catching
moro cold and thero will be
nothing to It." ,
v " ,
If a real flu condition arises,?,!
LOUISVILLE, Ky., Feb. 9. Lex
ington reports say that the mob Is
looting stores there to get firearms
and moro trouble la expected. Tha
town seethes with excitement aa4
more troops have been suraee4.;'
Are yoH eRtueerated?
Following are the. amounts for I
gon carried by the Indian approp
tlon bill, reported favorable last week
TbaHorald will do as it did last, by conferees, of the house and aewate:
ycar: It will publish the nanies- - Klamath agency, $6570., i"'J'"
?VU addresses dally of evexiiAtlmlaJMWJkit 3, .
SAN FRANCISCO, Fob. 9. Mra.
Mario Donoboo, secretary of tho Ite-
bokah lodge of San Francisco wns
burned to death In a flro which des
troyed tho Borkshire Apartment
JIoubo today. Thirty-two lodgers,
firomon and policemen wcro injured.
who has tho disease There, is 4
nothing' to cover up, nothing' to
bo afraid of, nothing to worry '
about. Just follow tho advice
given above, don't bo a coward
and you won't havo tho flu, for
there Is none here.
Aro you enumerated?-
SAN, FRANCISCO, Job. 9. Tho
United, States District court of ap-
pools today affirmed tho decision of
tho Portlaml Fedoral District court,
imposing a.flno of $10,000, and threo
years imprisonment on Honry Albers,
Pacific coast milling man for violat
ing mo espionage act. Ho will appeal
to the supreme court.
WORK BEGUN ON
CrTY HO TJ
REDDING, Feb. 9. Mountain Las
son la again in eruption.
' Aro you enumerated?
MAIN STREET PROGRESS
OPENS VISITOR'S EYES.
District Attornoy wm.A. Duncan
ana v. a. wuoy, assistant, district at
tornoy, loft thla morning "tor Salora,
to appear tomorrow In argument on
the appeal bofore tho supremo court
In tho McKondreo case. Defendants
Ilolbrook nnd Paddock nro appealing
from a manslaughter verdict returned
by a Jury iu tho circuit court' of this
Aro you enumerated?1
300,000 R. R. MEN .
LIKELY TO STRIKE
DETROIT, Fob. 9. A strike of
300,000 members of the, brotherhood
of maintenance of way employes and
railway shop laborors was called for
Tuesday, February ,17th, at 'a mept
lng of the general chairmen of the
brotherhood today. Tho decision fol
lowod advices that negotiations wrlth
the railroad administration 'for wage
increase offered no hope, of, favorable
settlement. Grand President Barker
said ('I am loath to call a strike but
our hands, been forced. Thore la noth
ing else, to do. I am tired of the treat
ment received from government otfl-dais.'
"When I wnlkod down Main street
this morning, I could not bollevo my
oyos. ,r could riot bollovo that this
wns the city I, loft horo slxtoon years
jago," said T. H. Mopro, today- Mr.
Moore Is at prosont located la On
tario, Oregon, whoro ho owns tho
widoly known Mooro Hotol. Whllo n
rosldont of 'this county ho clerked for
a, year in tho old'WIIIIts' grocory, lat
or buying land out noar Altamont
Loavlng hero slxtoon yoars ago. ho
wont to Medford, whoro ho rosldod
for flvo years and thon moved to On
tario, Ho is horo for tho purposo of
disposing of some timbor land that
he owns in1 tho vicinity on Hank's
Aro you enumerated?
WOULD CURB THE
POWER OF TURKS
As a result of conferences botwoen
Red Cross officials, Mayor Strublo
and tho county court, work started
today on ropairing tho. old city hall
building as an emergency hospital
for influenza patients county, city,
and tho Red Cross each to share one
third the expense. Charles Low has'
charge! of the work, and expects to
havot tho building ready for occu
pancy in two or three days.
No dangerous cases of influenza'
have developed, Bay physicians, al
though many cases of colds, which
develop fovor, aro included in the
general quarantine as a precaution
ary nieasuro. In ordor to deal with
an "'emergency, if ono should arlso,
and tako caro of patients who aro
I patrons, of lodging houses, authori
ties nro getting tho building ready.
It will bo maintained permanently as
an isolation and emergency hospital.'
Chemawa Indian school, HeflTj
Including $25,000 for repairs aadte
provements and $15,000 for install
ing high-pressure boilers and steam-'
Slletz agency, $2500.
Modoc irrigation project within
Klamath reservation, $14,000,.
Are yoH enumerated?
WOOL GROWERS TO MEET.
LONDON, Jan .9. (By Mail.)' A
commlttoe has just boon formed, with
T, P, O'Connor, the widely known
Member of Parliament,, as presldont,
to conduct an energotic campaign to
the end that tho Turks shall, noyer
again govern aroas .inhabited byj
A. Lloyd, an Australian Inurnniint.
who. related stories of atrocities at
tributed to .tho Turks. Mr. O'Connor,
who presided, declared that "not a
single Christian subject should, be. al
lowed to remain under Turkish mls-
Mr. Lloyd fought against tho Turks
and said ho had soon much of their
methods slnco, having only Just, re
turned from an investigation of the
results of Turkish rule. Ho stated
that thoijB was now, moro than a year
aftor tho'signlng of tho armistice, a
woll-oqulppod, well-organized Turk
isn army in tho field, murdering
The Klamath Wool Growers! asso
ciation will hold a meeting at the
I hall at Merrill Monday evenlnr.
March 1, at 8 o'clock p. m. The bill
for inclusion of all of tho publle'Iands
in the eastern part of the connty in
tho Fremont national forest, is on
of several important matters that will
come up for discussion.
Aro. you enumerated?
JUDGE DENIES EXCESS
The following courthouse predic
tions are front the Portland Oregoa-
lan's column devoted to chronicling
the doings and sayings of distin
guished hotel arrivals:
R. C. Bunnell, who is the. Judge of
Klamath county, "the finest county
ih tho world, sir," and C. T. Darley.
who Is1 the county engineer, are reg
istered at the Hotel Oregon. Judge
Bunnell says, that tho new court
house, which was started about 1913,
will probably be ready for occupancy
next year. Tho Judge saya that the
structure, which was intended -fif bo
tho courthouse, isn't a courthouse,
but Is empty and locked "up. 'This
structure Is one over which Klamath
county voters waged a fight forsev
oral years and which, since its 'Com
pletion, has been unoccupied. Be
causo of this particular building.
Klnmath has been called a county
with three courthouses, a statement
which the Judge emphatically deaies.
Aro you enumerated? i-
WILL VISIT GRAVE
OF .SON IN FRANCE.
meeting which was addressed by W.
wholesale unarmed Christian
women and children.
( "Only a fow weeks ago," he said,
"I helped to gather tho mutilated
bodios of some 300 or 400 little
Christian children for Christian bur
ial in Asia, Minor."
Aro, you enumerated?!-
The committee was organized aa'L OREGON Fair, gentlo . westerly
Tom A. Williams, representing tho
Pacific Mill and Mine Supply .com
pany, nnd who Is known to ererymlll
man in this territory, came In Satur
day evening for a brief visit to some
of the mills near this city. Mr. MfiH.
iams, accompanied by his wife, ex
pects to go to France, sailing 'from
New York about April 17., The 'pur
pose of their Yislt to' this war' torn
country Ja to locate the spot waere
lies the remains pf their only ion,
who paid, the supreme sacritica In
tho, war with Germany and'to Sake
arrangements' for Its 'proper care,