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KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, SATURDAY, MARCH 27, 1920
r; RUSS BEDS I iS.HEH.1H
HOOVER NEEDS NO MONEV,
HAS NO CAMPAIGN, HE SAYS
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-A llL'JiLILry I
Tlio llt'Xt piuildi ill of I lie United I
lltuti'H mllnl (Irnl Willi nu li problems
an Ihii rrHiornllon nf inimul ix'o
iiiiiiiIi: I'iiiillllnnK; ri'ilmtlon of tlio
(imirmoiiii hut dim of public Inxes;
Hid luljMhliiii'iil of unpen nnil tlio
lili;li nml of living; tlm protection f,
tlio liilurcMtn of Hm 1'nltod Btntont
liolli at htiniii nml ulironil. '
llo limit In) n iiinn o( alillll)' oh mi i
uxi'culhe. of bri.ndth nf vision ami
of progrpsillvo Ideas, of tiro highest
Integrity and ummlfMine").. ono who,
will not depend on IiIh iwii Judg-i
incut alone, but will roniult with tho
braliilcxl men of tlio tint Ion In nn
tiffin t to nlutpo tln wlcnst policy. .
Ilu unmt bo a Hum hounrito no
ono unction of tlm oouolry or Inrni
of put jiln ' Up tnuBt represent Hie
wbolu Uiilfid lituiCH and all cli "
It Ih with ii comcioiiHnriis of lb. e
qualifications thutithoiiBanilu of mon
mtil wmnnii fhrouirhout I ho l'nlt'l
mate... who arc familiar with tlio .
llfo and work, of Prank O Lowdci.
of llllunht arc p IntlnR'lo liliA ns tho
I..KI flll.,,1 in uiiilnrtnkn thn
t;riiat tank of the presidency.
Horn of lowly ..irenlaRf: rnlnrl
upon a farm; HtniKRlliu; as a country
i.ehool (nnrhi-r tn Ki-ruro money for
nn, education; a In. trr't worklnt
for nlRht dot turn a woek In tho firm
M .... . . . . . t I.. 11.1
0 llurricic, iiexier ami ahuii hi l,ui-
cnt;o, lo earn bin way through law
coIIero: n successful lawyor; n
United States congressman; n clonn
nml wliolosomo mnn of sound busi
ness Judgment who has fouRlit his
battlo nndwon; who l:no the fnr
,tjii('r; who knowa tw huslnosj Jiiau
.. tho profeHBlminY'mnn, tlio laboring
cliipson and tho .great probloniR be
fo.o tho people, nnd who nbovo nllj C() samnn shlnott cam0 wcat
Is fair and Kind to nil ct.,, as nnyr( wopk (o MmA U)o Umtm nf hg
manwliolw,, ir.ulrl,,.UirHWl.b u,r m(, n conforonco wlth llim
all rlum-H mint fie- ., ,t...linB Atncr- j,, rIim,. v, Havo Mr. Vnl Km
lean and a thi.roiir.fi bu in . mnn. p)nli m))ln(ml lfp , WnshnB,on
At thet preenl time )lth tho tor- U.mpniry t lcabt.
rlbl" oMravuBuuiu In public and nu- .
tlonal uffalro; U tho KovrnmwU OLY WEEK PROGRAM
burdi'iii'd with ovpr 2.".0.000 men In!. Y
the United Stutei, Hocmt silvleo. and N AT CATHOLIC CHURCH
with u huge onuruxpeiiilo nimy nj '
public KwnintK, tunny of whom ' Put hor jinrshnll today announced
block tho ndmlnlslrtitlon of nubile n10 romvlng program of services for
atfiilm, It Is bocomTng apparont Uiat 'ijoiy Woel: (not wcok) In tho Cath
u buHlncss mini l, gieiitly needed by ,1,11c eiiureh:
Ihu American pi-oplo tv loud llu-m , Tomorrow, Palm Sunday, tho
out of tho wlldr-cni-en of llm iirosent hlopslng nnd dlstrlbutlou of palms nt
conditions. Tho pi "sont r!ls In 10:3o a. in.; loading of tho Passion
publln affalrti and piirliculnily In 'the 1)y wnltur Hiinnon; solo, "Tho
iihirmlng financial affairs of tho im-' palms." Mrs. llyron Noud; sermon,
Hon do not domaiid "a soldlor" iiorj..0c lAvo tll0 Christ," Fulhor Mnr
an "orato.r," neither do they dainaml ahull, culobrant; evening 'sorvlccs,
n politician; thoy deinaud u clean. 7:;t0 p. in., Pnthor Walsh,
wliolosomo hnrdihltUng American; n Wednosdny, sorvcics at 7:30 n. m.
mnn of triod Integilty uml business am . ,,
ability nnd courage; n man of koon, Thursday, Hoposltory.
raplil, 'logical mind, plus n buBlneosi Krldny. uorvlcca 7:30 nl m. nnd
Honso, and a capacity for hard work
No candidate boforo the Ainorlcan
public possciisRS these iiunlltlcatlops
taken all togelhor, other thnn Clov-
ornor Lowdon of Illinois. I
In 1800 tho Amoilenn people won ,
confionled with a, similar situation
A buslhoKB lpan, tlo govornor of lhe
great stnto of Ohio,, who was a law yet j
tried In tho great stnto ot Ohio, was
called forth by tho pooplo to lead
thuin out of a wiljjorncss ot national
mistakes; kind, , l(vablo, nnd unas
suming with a Riifglo oyo to tho In
terests of tho'niit'lon ho nnswered the
call; history records tho fnct thnt
slnco Lincoln ho was perhaps tho
grentost lawyer f his limes; Wil
llnm McKInloy was a lawyor, n husl
noss man, nnd hls'gre.at hand brouh)
order out of chaos. . His nniao today'
Ib n synonym for bilslnes?, honor nnd',
Integrity In publlf' .Office. i '
In Lowdon, tho, American pcoplo
havo tho call for a second McKInloy,
In prlvnto llfo a kind nnd gentlo
man; a f armor when at homo raising
tho lioril of "Lowilen cnttlo" on his
ranch noar Oregon, a little Mown In
Itock rlvor, In tho stato ot Illinois;
Low-dun In a plain' man, In many re
spects a countor-p'n'rt'nt tho Inmented
McKInloy; ho rose, from tho rnnkn rt
tho nlnln noenlo: rind tho ;;rint laror
and fanning vote'of'llllnoln ii ft'lWIr
behind him; tho )ilslm?H3 intoiriUo
do not hear him for ho la fair nnd
Just to nil chissos.' Oqt of tho mldd'le
'woat, tho farmer boy from Iowa, fioo
LONDON', Mar. 27. Tlio
'I'iiIIkIi government removed
'llnirmlay from Wurmiw to
I "lllr" "orl,,ww,t "f 'I'lmrn. lie-
7r,";, : i,i8;iic" "
ilui Exchango 'lolPKraph com-
imny. ("ullni; rnmorii prevalent
LONDON, Mar. 27. Tho
Htaff correspondent of tho Ah
HoelaUid 1'rcns stationed nl
Warsaw flb'd a dispatch from
there Thursday which contain
ed no hint of any Intuntlnn on
tin' part of tlio Polls!) govorn
mi'nt lo Icnvo Wnrmiw, nor
were there any Indications In
llm nn nsai;o t,f any renson why
It hhould feel Impolb'd lo malo
nii'h a moo nt thlB tlmo.
W ' Va" 1:",c"' -TcInry and
nttorpey for llio Klamath Cattle and
Ilori"' ortatloii. loft this mornlnR
ror i uruiiii.i, whuiu
lie will havo a
conference tomorrow afternoon Ith
(,'rugn-KSinan N. J. Slnnott In rugard
to Ihu proposed bill for Including all
lauds of tho public domain In the
eastern pait of tho county In tho na
tional forest lOHeno. thus placing tho
deposition of grazing prlvlIeguH un
iner coiiuui in iii niiuai "Diiiu. "
quieting past differences botwoeti
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tlllUljll llUll LUUIU IIIUII lfV'i ,,111'HI,,
MTH II Hi
.Tho -oxecujlvo committees ol "''ORDINANCE READY
nt n, conforenco horo cnrllor in tho
j car nRroed.upon n. monsuro sntis
fnotory to both, nnd nil thnt Is now
apparently noccssnry Is to got con-
r.inua In nr-f linnn If.
p. ju. Way of tho Cross and sermon
7:30 p. m.
G:30 n. m. Mass at
pleasant tlmo wus enjoyed nt
tho homo of Mr. nnd Mrs. G. A.
Wlrlz, Thursday ovenlng, tlio occa
sion bolng n surprlso birthday party
In honor ot Mr. "Wlrtr. and Itov. C.'F.
About 35 guests gnthored enrly In
tho uvonlng nnd tho surprlso ot tho
guests of honor who woro ushorod
) later was complete
Tho ovonlng was ploasantly spent
fn conversation nnd playing old fash
!Srj,ed games, Delicious refreshments
wcro sorvoil by tho hostoss assisted
by Mrs. (loorgo A, Haydon am tho
gitosts doparled at a lata hour, wish
ing Mr. Wlrtz nnd Mr. Trlmblo many
OnEGON Tonight nnd Sundny.
probably fain In west, fair in enst;
modernto westerly winds.
from class projudlco or intoiost;
otandlng ns tho people's canrlldato Itiitosted by tho fact) that It. hna placed
lio stato of Illinois, with his groat
iecoi.1 ot business administration
behind, ho scorns Invlnclblo for tho
LONDON, Mar. 27. One Immlrn.li
Russian off born, sent Into (h-rmuuy
by Ixuilno, aro aKslstlrlg In I ho op-
orations of tho' (lormnn workers'
jiiriny hof,uro WphoI, according to a
i Copenhagen dlHpatcli,
PARIS, Mar, 27. Tho allien have
not yot Riven the Cormnns permts-
Hum to bend troops Into tlio Ruhr 'canned nt tho samo tlmo and from
district Tho French rontlnuo to' tho samo lot as those which aro sup-
inilBt that military occupation of posed to have killed tho hens, for
,tho neutral zone by tho Germans I tests n tho University of California
would furthor endanger tho jicaco
treaty, declaring that thoro would bo
no way of getting1 them out again
oxcopt by forto.
PARIS. Mnr. 27. Oroat qunntl-
ties of arms have been discovered In
Clgrmnny by allied offlcora chargod
with BUporvlshiR tho execution of the j
prnco treaty, according to advices ,
ircelved here. In Ilrandcnburg and
the Imnudlato Milnltv of Dorlln
alone. tlilrt-flvo hundred three-Inch '
f.tld guns WWO found.
1'AItIS, Mar. 27. Hermnn -Muol-ler,
lorolgn iiitulHtor o'f tho Daucr
cabinet, has declined to accept tho
task of forming a nw (lormnn mln-jh0
listry. according to information re
reived at tho French foreign office
VII5NNA. Mnr. 27. Admiral
Horthy, regent of Hungary, plans
to Issue a proclamation establishing
inllltarv dictatorship over tho coun-
try. art online to nformation from I
Hmjappst. ' I
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FOR COUNCIL ACTION
An ordinance regulating futuro
building of log booms in Lake Ewa
una will probably bo prcsonted to tho
city council for action Monday night.
Pursuant to doclsion renchod nt tho
last council meeting tho ordinance
has boon dratted by City Attornoy
Carnahan, after conforenco with tho
mill operators with sites on tho lnko
front nnd their attornoys.
Tho ordinance, establishes tho llm-
ltn at which piling may bo driven at
. , , , ,i .i i
1,000 foot from the east bhoro, bo-,
gluuiug at u designatod point In tho
lako, west of whero Second street
ends at tho lake front, thonco south
to tho city limits. It provides that
tho mills may only build booms In
front of tholr own propoity, thus
keeping a frco way through tho lako
for other proporty owners on tho
lako front and providing against ob
struction ot dedicated strcest open
on tho shoro.
F. W. Sexton, leador of tho county
boys' and girls' club work, bus leased
tho Will Humphrey farm of -10 acros
near tho county infirmary. Mr. Sox
tcn and family will mako their homo
thoro and he will do soma practical
experimenting along agricultural and
industrial lines whilo directing tho
activities ot the club memborti.
O. A. C. MILITARY
OREGON AGRICULTURAL COL
LEOB, Corvallls, Mar. 27. -Equipment
for tho military department at
tho college continues to bo rocolvcd,
In addition to tlio two five-ton ar
tillery tractors nnd tho big repair
truck Which arrived Monday, two
five-ton, two-ton trucks and ono ani-
InimtHnn trtirlr. nnn whttn rnnnimnto-!
snneo enr, ono Dodge touring enr and
two motorcycles, nil for tho fiold
urtillory unit hnve. just been ro
colvoil. Tho motor trnnsport unit has n
number of motor vehicles horo with
moro to nrrlvo soon. In all thore
will bo 22 motor vehicles in uso in
tho military dopnrtment. Tho cav
alry unit also expects a lot ot equip
ment within a week or so, Thnt tho
government considers, the. work done
at (ho. collogo to bo pt merit Is at-
upwards of $1,125,000 worth of
equipment horo in addition to tho
largo numbor 6t offlcors and men as
Mrtjor J. O. Gnlgnr, M. D.. federal
health bu roan export, left thin morn
Ins for San Francisco after spending
two days' hero Invcstgntlng botulltls.
Dr. Golgor found only tho caso ro-
ported, tho death of 13 of Mrs. Swan
Johnson'H hens from eating homo
canned henna. He took two jars of
beans from Mrs. Johnson's pantry.
labonitory. Ho also exhumed tho
carcass of a chicken for examination,
and shipped It to tho university.
Dr. Golgcr said that tho hens un
doubtedly died from botulltls, and
commented upon tho good fortune of
Mrs, Johnson In refraining from test
InK the beans-by tasting,
sterilization by cooking kills tho
I);lc ot i,0tHSm, and Dr. Gelgcr
(lv,HCa ut leaB-t two minutes boiling
of a ,10I;10 cann(J(, fr,t or veB(J.
(aI)1 aB precautionary measure.
N ' ..nrlllmtlon mloi tint Into
effect by California olive canners, he
said, havo mado olives safo. The
canned olives which caused recent
I deaths In the past and tnldilln wpt.
Md wef0 fa(a, )ccauso ,ax gtop.
Illzntion had fulled to kill tho deadly
. bacteria when they wcro packed. All
the deadly cans woro of tho 191
' pack, ns far as investigation has
I Tho ollvo Industry In California
, has boon badly demoralized by the
! bctulltls outbreak and tho cauncnf
havo sustained serious financial loss.
There is no doubt that they will co-
oporato eagerly In following steril-
, izatjon regulations strictly in the fu
turo. Dr. Geiger had no hesitancy in
uayintft hat olives will be safo food in
LOCAL HIGH SCHOOL
TEAM WINS DEBATE
Tho Klamath Falls high, school
team won tho debato with tho Lako
vlow team at tho opera houso last
night, tho vdto of two judges favor
ing tho local team, whilo -tho third
vpted for Lakeview. Tho judges woro
H. C. Grocsbcck, tho Uov. S. J
Chancy and J. H. Brenig
, , , ,
Thoro was a fairly eooi
Thoro was a fairly good attendance I
and tho crowd enjoyed tho argument.
Scott McKondrco and Elizabeth
Grigsby maintained tho affirmative
for the local bchool. Next Friday
they go to Lakeview whero they will
champion tho affirmative sido nf tho
samo question, whethor congress
should pass tho Smlth-Townor bill,
or a similar monsuro, creating a de
partment of education.
Following tho debato last night a
danco for students, teachers, alumni
and parents was bold at tho Whlto
PUKK-llllKI) CALF CLUli
MEETS TO ORGANIZE
Membors of the Klamath County
Pure-Bred Calf club, consisting of 13
boys and girls who received regis
tered Shorthorn calves In tho farm
buroau livestock committee's recent
apportionment, aro meeting with
Frank Soxton, loader of county club
work, at tho Tomplo thcatro this aft
ornoon to oloct officers and form an
organization to promoto tho develop
ment ot Junior livestock fanclors.
CLOTHES LINE THIEVES
AIIH STILL AT WORK
Clothes line thieves aro still opor
ntlng, desplto offorts of officers to
discover their idontity. George
Tlpiiminnnil fnpamn nf iia TTAnl.l'a '
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mochanlcal department, reports tho, Mrs, Estello Carrier is confined to' ' V . , .
latest loss. A, few clothes loft out her room nt tho White Pelican hotel fssfsln. ws Postponed last evea
rPniv .iion.., t u ii!,i.i. o ..,, , , h(i. llnB -oy Justice Chapman until next
avvwttb UIUUI)VUil.U 1UU1 WttJ illiU
overnight. Until tho officers get tho!
thief or thloves it would apparently
bo wise for householders to remove I
their laundry from tho lino at night,
also, put other articles undor cover
Dr.-Myra Cain Stownrt entertained
a few friends at her homo nt tho
Leo apartments Thursday nftornoon'.'
Dainty refreshments wore served.
Thoso prosent wore: Mesdamcs fill
loon, Olol, Cartor, Hardonbrook, Jos
tor, Lamb, Do Woeso and Portor. i
WASHINGTON, Mar. 27.
Herbert Hoover replied today to
an Inquiry relative to his cam
paign expenditures, addressed
him by labor and railroad union
representatives In view ot ills
presidential possibilities, say
ing, "As I have no campaign I
havo no finances."
Ho reiterated his statement
ot March 8 that he Is not a can
didate for tho presidency, nor
was he seeking any public
PARTY IS IN TOWN
Capt. J. F. Hepner and First Sgt.
V. L. Hedgocoth of tho Eighth field
artillery, Camp Funston, Kan., will
bo In tho city over tho week end
seeking recruits. Tho Eighth field
artillery is a completely motorized
regiment, equipped with 155 How
itzers. However, they aro author
ized to accept applicants for any
other branch, and can send them to
any camp in tho United States, or to
any ono of six foreign countries. -
Captain Hepner can accept appli
cants for ono or three years and as
sign them to his regiment whero h.e
promises to give them an opportunity
to Irecomo expert motor mechanics.
Thoy aro using $450,000 worth of
second hand motors and $45,000
worth of now equipment in tho auto
motive department at Camp Fun
ston. This school is run by civilian
motor experts. Any other trade can
bo found in somo branch of the serv
Ico tqday. ,
Captain Hepner will bo glad to
consult with tho parents ot any.biys
over IS years of age and answer' any
questions concerning camp life in the
pcacOfUmo- army. Tho party-Js. stop
ping at tho Hotel Hall.
ALTY DEALER SURPRISED
AT CLASS. AD ANSWER
J. T. Ward, local realty man, was
surprised tho other day when ho ro
colvcd a post card from L. Engel of
Now York city Inquiring about tho
price for tho Main street lot adver
tised by Mr. Ward in tho Herald
classified columns. Ho knows that
Herald classified advertising brings
results but ho had looked upon the j
field of distribution ns purely local
until tho post card opened his eyes.
GRAND JURY SUMMONED
TO MEET HERE MONDAY
The county grand jury is sched
uled to meet Monday, although Dis
trict Attornoy Duncan said today he
had been Informed that Ed. Young,
one of tho membors, was 111 and that
might postpone tho session. Mr.
Duncan said lib would ask tho circuit
court today if it would bo possible to
substituto a now man on the jury In
caso Mr. Young's illness prevented
M. F. White, from Merced, is a
newcomer at Pelican City.
Louis Harris was in town yester
day from Merrill.
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. Turpln, who havo
been living at Chiloquln, will mnko
tholr homo in tho Falls this summer.
Mrs. I. E. Kesterson, of Worden,
is a patient at tho Warren Hunt
Don J. Holding, local manager of the
Western Union, ha3 gono to Port
land to attend a conference of man-
nn Ap ,i. iATnn..ni. .....
ufcma ui , lU.vK.a.n i.uiu,.u,.
till! (tit (I I 111 1. 1 Vt UIUIILIIIUi)
. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Dalton, of
Merrill, woro business visitors hero
Mr. and Mrs, Louis Jonos have
corns hero from San Jose, California,
They will make tholr homo at Pelican
C(ty, whero Mr. Jones will bo
nocted wjth tho Pelican 'Bay Lumber
Personal Mention i
company. Several residents ot this coram.-
P. O. Motfltt and U. q. Golden, it were hi town shopping- ThUTsdhyr
representing Hho Pacific Legion qt.as tho weather was too; bad to work
Portland, the official publication nflln tho fields.
tho Amorlcan Logion in tho statns ot
Oregon and Washington, aro in town
in tho Interests of tho periodical. I
. CIH'S nwm
Tho housing problem In Klamath -Falls,
both as regards homes for
those who desire to reside perms-'
nently and accomodations for traa
stent visitors and tourists, is morw
serious than ever before In the clty'v
It Is estimated that 250 house
would no moro than relieve the con
gestion and need for habitable dwell
ings, and the problem of securisc
them under present conditions is on
that only the co-operation of ths
entire community can solve.
Tho results of the community bet-
torment survey will be awaited with
. general interest in regard to houslBC
conditions. The Herald's opinion is
that tho committee's Investigation
will show that 500 new homes would
not be too many taking into . ac
count tho facts that persons are bow
living in houses unfit for dwcllinr
purposes because they can get no
better, and that homesjnust be pro
vided for persons attracted by tho
city's business and industrial, growth,
in other words for the natural In
crease in population.
It is a problem that the merchants
and manufacturers of the community
will have to deal with on somseo
operatlvo building plan. No rs'tltf
can be looked for from prlvati' !
vestment capital is not attrsetssl;
toward building ventures under pros-.
ent conditions. On the other hjsssTt.'
tho day has gone by when the wisjs .
worker could build and pay fors hist
own home on terms that he es)ft
meet costs. are too high. 'j?'
E vory da. lb 's -of tlco-harS setMesf
ot people who want to come to Kloat
ath Falls, people who would si-
doubtedly make good citlsensr hwfc"
they either learn in advance ths
there aro no houses here, or com.
see for themselves, and after a brief,
vain round of house-hunting go else
where. The hotel and rooming-house1 ac
combdations are proportionately In
adequate to care for travellers sad
permanent single residents. Every
public place in town is overflowing
nightly and the hotels have estab-
1Islled waiUng usta- Room
advertisements is tho Herald for the
last week have failed to produce.
even one answer in several cases, be?
causo rooms are not to be had.
It is probable that persons walk.
tho streets here nightly because they
can not get room. At least it ,is a
fact that on occasions when a larger
crowd than usual is drawn here by
some attraction; such as the
concerts this week, or the boxing
exhibition last wook, there V"n
placo for man'yto sleep. It was sald
by ono man in touch with the situa
tion that on the night ot the boxing
bout from 50 to 75 persons were un
able to secure beds.
PASSENGER TRAIN- FOR
KIRK AFTER APRIL 1ST
April 1 the Southern Pacific com
pany will resume its passenger serv
ice to Kirk, announced C. J. Clause,
local agent today. At present one
mixed freight and passenger train
makes tho Kirk trip dally, but after
April 1 tho company'wlll operate one
passenger train and one freight train
POSTPONED TO THURSDAY '
Tho hearing ot Mrs. -R. Gordon
Spring street rooming house keeper
-u ,,,, w,.u uln ll,ln, I- k.-
Thursday, on request ot H. M. Man1'
ning, defendant's counsel. '
SPRING LAKE NEWS
John Shubert has returned ifroitt .
Oakland, Cul and Is staying with.
his sistey, Mrs. William Cheyne.
Mrs. Arthur Schrelner visited It
woel: with hor sister, Mrs.