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KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, 1920
Fourteenth Year No. 3997
Price Fire Cm
OCTICIAIi tP-B 09 I
I KLAMATH COURT I
HAN FRANCISCO, Aug 13 An
nouncement of Urn duclslon of tint
Council of Ih.i League of Nation to
tnllltitrlta the league by niacin the
military and nuval force of all mum
brr state at the lommand of thu
general itatf, U hailed horn by thoim
opposed to Ilia Wllann lesgiie an a
Indication of tho Republican claim
that America would bate Hurrendor
ed Iti sovereignty had It Joined the
tonicuM iiVi President WIMon demand-
Under tho plan propound by thn
council of thn league, thn league and
nm MPnurr,- wuum t.u u..-.n
war apd n.ako p-are on helml of
inn uniUMi mn' in i'iuti, inn in--Ident
of thn United 8lut would
cease to bti eommaiiilnr'ln-rlilef of,
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la a ma ted at the action of tbe coun
cil of tho league, and will enter a
protest However, the council has
proposed prnclmly what Republican
senators feared It would,
The coUncll now realise that the
league, in a nmiaiioo similar in mm.
listing between Poland and Russia.
la powerloss without some (ilnd of
forco lo make Its decree obeyed, ac
cording to western leaders opposed
to the Wilson league.
LODGE POLE PINE
USED FOR BOXES
PRAIRIK CITV. Or., Aug. 13.
It haa taken the smallest sawmill In
,. n.m,r.i. , "" .'rales themselves apply, but except
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the state to discover a uo-.;.-' thaUof his Infant son,1- GorgJ, anon'incef
hitherto useless varlely of timber
lodgi) pole pine Tbe Prulrln City
Ilox rntnpan) nrgnnlted last winter,
Is working ten miles up Dixie creek
cutting lodge p In thickets up Into
ten font logs, which urn then shaved
down lo linlMnrh box eliooks that
are finding u r-nily nuirket In South-
nrn lilnlin The mill is n curiosity
In Mint Ihn largest pole It Handles
havo a top diameter of only eight
Inche Tbo milt omplo) Just eight
men and n horse ami Is operated by
means of a holler nnd engine picked
up in an old stamp mm nenroy mo,
building llseir is one or 1110 wartime
portables used In France
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HACRAMKNTO, August 13. Fire
bellovcd to have started In n room -
Ing house at Front and N streot thl
morning resulted In tho destruction
i-Uho ropmlng house and three othorj
building The tolnl loss I estlmat
ed In oxress nt $300,000,
PORTLAND. Ore. Aug 13 Hug
lower; prime mixed $17 75 11 ml
$18; other quotation unchanged.
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NAHIIVILLK, Aug. 13 Tho
Tnnnvaanii sniiuti) today rati-
flud tho nntlonul woman' uf-
fragn iimimdnianl by a vote of
25 to 4
$10.00 A DAY
Local ntilpporit were advised to
day of a penalty charge of ten dot-
I.rs a day whirl, baa been author-, ..,,,., of nru ,, ,,,, ro,cnfld Uon of ba but JohuHOn wag re.
Ize.l by the Interstate "''M , a polnt 25 mile, from Warsaw. A turned to his cell, where the author
romnilaalnri for the detention mom, of hM dMirw, herejM ,nton(j l0 keep him until the Oc
than 48 hours of all open top cars governor. Civilians tober term of court because of open
and cars loaded with lumber, coal or, ' .,., ,. .,.,. nf.l.h t .in).r- Th. ...thnrin...
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I cuhh tiua nnw f.iiMin3 i m nii-
lion to tin) P'KUtar demurruKD rate,'
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lmMlm of ,,,.. , , ri.Mll
i Th.i Donattr charue will uDDly on
forest mad-rial-, to which the lumber
IHII llilfia wv ruil " " ' v
Reronslgnlng rules on alt freight
In opn-top car and coal and coke.
In all cars are amended to permit .
of but one roconslgnment under cer
..i" .Hiiin. u,i ..r.nilon.. out.
ntttf of which anr rvcoaalcnment. dl-j
version or re-shlpment will subject "n Pleasure idbi me rrencn nu.
the freight to the local rates plus1 American views of the Russian-1
five dollars per rar
IS BEREFT OF SON
A telegram rccehed this morrtlng
from J F Webber. llnotyp operator.
for the Herald who wassailed to"
Rolae, Idaho, Tuesday, by the Illness'
that tho little lad, who was I
months old, died Wednesday morn-
Ing lie wuk burled at Ilolso IhUi
The chHd beramo III lait week, on1
route to Ilolso with his mother, who.
went to islt rolntlxci there He wan'
n brlgbl, ndhe lad and his parent
win nute uie sympiiuy oi many
friends Here in tnoir irreparauie ion.
TO BE REGULATED
SAN FRANCISCO, August 13
,, ha, b(.,t, ailopt0(i .
the California statu board of health '
for the prevention of botulism poi
soning In ripe olhoit They call for
. iWorllUatlfHt of canned ripe olives at
J a temporatuni of 240 degree Fan-
,ronhelt for 40 minute, and for plck-
nKi handling and preparation of the
, ,,r0(Urt conformity villi the food
laniintlon act In California
olive must bo prepared under
thiisi) regulation to comply witn mo
Foods Act. It wai
SHASTA VIKW NOTKS
Mr and Mr O R. Hunt, daugh
ter Ada ami Mary, and Mr. C. C.
Miller were Klamath" Full tlsltor
Vochiitier Brother aro drilling n
well for Joo Chotard, on his homo-
Aiuni Book of Merrill, Mr. and
Mr. Hum. Ml Jennie Plum and
Mr. WiiKiiinaii of Tularo. Cal.. wcro
I guest at O. R, Hunt' farm Tues-
lay ovenliig. Mr. Book took tho Cal
ifornia Usltor to Crator Lnko Wod-
Saturiluy nfturnoou occurred tho
death ot a highly respected citizen,
when Richard Martin passed from
this llfo at tho homo ot hi son, Oli
ver, nftur nn illness of less than a
weak. Mr. Martin was 80 years ot
age, ory active up to tho tliuo ot his
Illness and a man who had made
many friends since his residence in
this community. Ho always had a
kind word for thoso he met or spoko
ot, wu very thoughtful ot others
and most self-sacrificing toward his
family. Ho leaves one son with
whom be lived, ono daughter who
ha beon here about two years, a
daughter at Pendleton and one at
Bollingbam, Wash., his former
homo, where his son took tho body
for burial, after services were held
here at the homo Monday, The fam
ily has the sympathy ot all neigh
bors and trlends In their bereavement.
PUT IN STATE
WARSAW. Ante 13 Polish auc-l
esse on the -.outturn front, where
the Russian huvu been pushing for
Lemberg, were reported In last
nlKlit's official communique
WAR8AW, Thursday night, Aug.
12 Tho Russian soviet forces are
t.nnlylM lh ttntlati Mn.a nmml ftflft
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ter 10 o'clock at night,
at 9 o'clock.
WARSAW, Aug 13 Polish com -
mlssloners, with authority to.ncgo-lj PERSONAL MENTION I
Hate a preliminary treaty of peace, 'O O
exjii'Ct to leave Warsaw Saturday and Miss Mary Deggendorfer, who haa
meet the soviet delegates somewhere ' been here during her vacation, left
on tbe road between Jlrest-Lltovsk this morning for her home In Port
and Warsaw, the foreign office today land, where she has accepted a po-
PARIS. Aug 13 Tho
Kovernm..nt Is sending a note to the
uniJ government, express-,
I'oiisn situation are "in complete
accord," It was learned today.
LONDON, Aug. 13. Capture of
Mllawa and Pultusk, and the occu-
Ptlon of Sledtce are announced hyome yesterday,
m itussian soviet government neau-
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commerce has nougat up mo moi
Spring bath bouse for tbe free use
of the kids evry Tuesday d
Thursday morning. Can )ou beat
Tho chamber of commerce
closed a deal with M. A. Mann, own-
or of the Hot Springs bath houso, for!
the exclusive use of tho big plunge
for the free use of the children of
tho community twlco a week. The
cities und educational committee ot
tho chamber will meet Saturday to
formulate rule and regulation to
govern tbe use of tho bath house at
that time. This committee consist
of W. II Mason, chairman; h. P
Lawivnco, Mr. R. E. Wattenburg.
Theodore N. Chase, II. O. Memmnn,
Mr. Rose Bratton nnd W. A. Del-
ten wno nas neon iery ntiuo in uiu
matter of securing tho plungo for
ine Kiuiiie in 1110 uiwii.
A committee with Mr. Harry Ack-
ley as chairman, MIks Twlla Head,
Mls Allco McCourt. Mr. C. P Cur-
rln, Mr. Bratton und Mr. Walton-
burg unto been appointed to ncip
ooreo tho tank during tho hours
when It Is In use. Another commit-
teo of men will bo appointed tomor-
row to also nssist so mat mo super -
tlslon will bo first class. It has been
suggested that an effort would be
mado to get a swimming Instructor
at onco to teach swimming and life
Hating. ThI. bow over, has not beon
Briofly, those nro tho plans on
which tho regulations will bo based
Use ot tho plungo will ba tree to
children. Children to furnish own
towols and bath suits, (bib over
alls will do); bath houso will furn
ish suits at 10 cents each as long as
thoy last. Towels may be had at 5c
each. Hours, 8 a. m. to 11 a. m. No
one to uso plunge over one hour.
MERCURY CLIMBS CLOSE
TO THK HUNDRED MARK
When you said "Whew, It's hot I"
yesterday and everybody was say
ing It you knew exactly what you
wore talking about. The thermom
eter at the reclamation service sta
tion cllmbeu to J 8 yesterday, the
altltudo record for the season,
MEDFORD, Aug 13 W.
Johnson, president of the lank
Jacksonville, chanted with falsifying
his report to tbe stale bank exam-
Iner, waived examination before
Justice IlaKshaw at Jacksonville to-
'day iind was held to tbe grand jury
undr $50,000 bond. Johnson a at-
Inpnava mml. n fiap.l flatht fftf mrlllf..
.... . .w.... .-- .
are considering placing armed guards
(at the Jail.
Ialtlon In the city schools.
Mrs. K. 8. Veatch and children,
who have been spending a few weeks
In Grants Pass, returned home last
Mri. Jennie jonnston returned
home last night from Berkeley. Cal-
Uornla, where she has ben attend-
ng summer school.
Val Olbson, who has been spend-
in( his vacation In San Francisco
and other California points, returned
Ear, j,UCoy ,, here from
land visiting his parents,
Mrs. J W. McCoy.
Dorrls Tuttle is a city visitor from
fflmanza. tills week.
Joseph D. Lenzo and Greta Dow
man were married Tuesday evening
by the Reverend S J. Chancy,
are resident of this city.
R K Johnson Is In Ktamath Fulls,
today from Portland, Oregon,
tending to matter of business,
Mrs. Benjamin Rcmaine came
on iust nlghfa train for a short visit
from her home In San Francisco
sho , ,0pp,n, nt luo Whlte Pelican Ralnler. $22,703.65; the Oregon 1
ote 1,21.414.29; Snonua.m.e. $21,166:-!
Mr aml Mrg Earl Johnson and G0. Ump(,ua. ,17.482.64' Washlng-I
children are here from Macdoel for'. ii-miu, n-A.,h, iol
children aro here from Macdoel for,on 117.0S6.15: Wenatchee.
a jovs ua. Mr. jonnson i a lum-
bormnn In that part of the country,
jjr. and Mr. Bert Wlthrow and
daughter Waive left this morning tori
the Lake o" the Woods. They expect!
to return Sunday,
y, q, Phelps, ot the Callfornla-Or-
egon Power company, la in tho city
un business this week,
Harold Mandell, who has beon In
town for u couplq ot day, left on
tho train this morning for Ivan,
whoro ho I employed in the lumber
Mrg. IjOU Rogers Is planning to
t.ft0 .Monday tor an oxtonucu visa
i Now York.
1 Krea narner is nero irom t-ori-
land, tlsltlng his bister. Mrs.
I'rehm. and othor friends.
jj, h. Kan Is a Klamath
Uitor from Portland, who Is stop-
,,,B nt tho Whlto Pelican Iiotoi.
n, m jcLeniore la hero from Oak-
lanii. Cal., looking utter his cattle
, Mr. nnd Mr. Richard Hannon i
wore In town jeaterdity from tholr.
homo near Malln. for tho day. I
r, nn, ir. r v niinjn.
, horo from Danville, California,
n vacation trip,
j Mr. and Mrs. II. J. Oosjq are in
town from Reno, Nevada. They aro
stopping nt tho Whlto Pelican hotel.
A party ot seventeen sightseers
uudor the guidance ot the American
Express company stopped here last
night on their way down from Crater
Lake, Rocky Point, and other places
ot scenic interest. The party is un
der the personal direction ot H. A.
Linton, of New York City. They lfet
this morning for San Francisco.
While here the Easterners were
guests at the White Pelican hotel.
Mrs. A. M. Slater and daughter
are visitors from their boma la San
Francisco this week.
Miss Margaret, Katherlno and
Josephine Upp, accompanied by Miss
Vara Morgan, left this morning tor
thj Lake o the Woods where thuy
will camp for a short time.
Hiri'KIUfJIHTH WIN FIIWT
BATTLE IN CAROLINA
RALEIGH, N. C Auk 13
Suffrage won the Initial battle
In the North Carolina Inglala-
turo today when, by a vote of
7 to 1, the constitutional
amandment committee of the
upper house favorably reported
on tbo ratification resolution.
PORTLAND, Aug. 18, Receipt
from national forest buslnesa In tbe
North Pacific district for tbe fiscal
year ending June 30, 1920, totalled
which la 1101,060.60 greater than
160,663.08, 1106,060.60 more than
the receipt of tbe preceding year,
according to a report Just compiled
In the offices of District Forester.
George H. Cecil, at Portland.
The Whitman National Forest, In
Bastern Oregon, leads In receipt
with a total of fll,52.87. In tbo
second place, I the Tongas National
Forest. Alaska, with recelnta of
1 194. .210. 23; the Crater forest, In
Southern Oregon, comes third with
181,074.99, while Columbia Olympic
and Wallowa follow In the order
named with 144,914.91, 143,581.07,
141,541.84 receipt respectively.
By far the greater portion of
these receipt came from timber sales
which brought In 1518,845.17 dur
ing the year and an additional 18,
582.35 from timber settlement and
timber trespaaa. The Whitman Na
tional Forest leads the district In
timber business, with a total of $96.
806.94, receipt from timber sales
'alone. Tbe ToaaaurKatlonal For
est, Alaska, come aecond'Wlfh 979.-
878.63, and the Crater Lake Forest
In Southern Oregon occupies third
place with receipt of $69,579.03
The Columbia Forest, Washington)
the Olympic Forest,
Washington. $28,751.54; and the
Siskiyou Forest, In Oregon, 82S,-
R?tt fiQ Intlno. In Ik. ,li n.ma.l
U,OJ, ftUKU. IU ftUC U.UV. UMU.1.U
Other forests doing timber sale
business In excess of $10,000 are the
870.11; Sluslaw, $10,644.02; Col
vllle. ,10.381.39: and the Chueach.
T'ne Wallowa Forest lead In re-
cept, from grazing with $39,963.-
34; the Malheur, with $34,457.08;
comes second; and the Ochoco with
$22,605.37. third. The Wenaba,
$22,374.22; the Whitman, J20.
207.37; and the Fremont. $19,-
513,76, occupy fourth, fifth, and
i ot tho gx ieadnB grazing forests
. mon i.. -. 1 ,,-,,, ,i i nrnnn
' , th"e gxthi tho Wenaha. pary In'
orcRon an,i partly In Wnshnlgton.
! other grazing forests hating receipt!
ln erCes, 0f jio.OOO are tho Mlnam.
$19.2S3.07; Kkanogan, $18,179.65;
tho Colvllle. $15,105.59: tho Uma
tllla. $13,310.23; and tho Rainier,
Tho 0reRon ca(Ig ln waterpowet
hUgnes,t wth receipts ot $5,113.81.
The To'BaRg camo next with $3,331,
, and lho Whitman third. $865.
The plate glass window ot tho W.
E. Krouzer grocory storo at 208
Main street, was completely demol
ished and tho woodwork under the
window was splintered, when a Ford
car, drlvon by a woman, backed Into
It just betoro noon today, Tho name
ot tbe driver could net be learned.
OREQON Tonight fair, contin
Miss Agnes Russell, ot Tacoma,
Washington, arrived last night to
spend a month visiting with her
niece, Mrs, H. E. Hauger and fam
T. L. Stanley, secretary ot the
chamber ot commerce, motored to
Asblaad yesterday to meet his wife
and children. They will return this
evening. Mr. Stanley has secured a
dwelling on Ewauna Heights.
irr) ItHRAKS WINDOW
OIL CO. PROMISES
Klamath county' population la
1920 Is virtually three times the pop
ulatlon of 1900, comparative figures
Issued by the census bureau ahow.
The 1920 poputatlcn I 11,413. In
1910 tho population was 8,554 and
In 1900 It wu 3,970.
Klamath Falls In tho 1900 census
was credited with a population of
447, In 1910 with 2,758, and la
1920 with 4,801. (It should be
some consolation to tbe citizen who
think that the latest census under
estimates the population by a eouifle
of thousand to consider that, even It
there is no greater population to
day than the censu bureau gives
us, the city ha Increased In size tea
fold In 20 year.
Because tbe county haa been ro
dlstricted since the 1910 census waa
taken there can be no comparison ot
gains In the various political sub
division. The 1920 census, how
ever, gives the following figures)
for minor divisiens:
Algoma precinct 306.
Chlloquln precinct, excluding part
of Klamath Indian reservation, as)
Dairy precinct 215.
Hlldebrand precinct, excluding
part ot Klamath Indian reservatloa,
Klamath Lake precinct, excluding
part of Klamath Indian reservatloa,
Laugell precinct' 181.
LInkvllle precinct. Including
Klamath Falls city, 5.316.
. Lost River precinct, Including
Bonanza town, 275.
Matin precinct 524.
Merrill precinct. Including part
ot Merrill town, 321.
Midland precinct 276.
Mount Lakl precinct 319.
Odell precinct 102. ''
Pine Grove precinct 268. ?
Plea precinct 116. '
Poe Valley precinct 182.
Sprague River precinct 190.
Swan precinct 109.
Topsy precinct 59.
Tule Lake precinct. Including
part ot Merrill town, 506.
Wood River precinct 262.
Worden precinct 112.
Klamath Indian reservation, com
prising Yalnax precinct, and parts
of Chlloquln, Hlldebrand and Klam
ath Lake precincts, 1,547.
Bonanza town 77.
Merrill town 237.
FAIR PREMIUM LISTS
MAILED AUGUST 20
Premium lists for the county fair,
which will be held next month at
tll r farm, will be ready for
mailing by August 20.
Persons who Intend to exhibit at
the fair are requested to get their
sample ot grain, grasses, otc, ready
now. Very substantial prizes are ot
tered by tho fair association and
many 'special prizes will be offered
additionally by local business men.
Work on tho grounds will bo
started soon and the association ex
pects to -mako this tho largest fair
so fur held In Klamath counfy.
SAN FRANCISCO. August 13.
The Associated Oil company an
nounced today that it has offered
formally to the Navy Department to
furnish whatever may be its equit
able pro rata ot fuel oil to care tor
Pacltlo coast needs until September
30th at the present pipe terminal
market price ot $3.00 per barrel.
The company announced it has no
fuel oil whatever In excess ot Ha
commercial customers' needs and Is
drawing heavily on Its reserve
stocks, but nevertheless recognise
the essential needs ot the navy u 4
is willing to take its share ot th)
Mrs. Layman and daughter ot
Iowa came Monday evening to spMt,
a few weeks with the former's aoa,
Will Layman, and family.
TO SELL NAVY FUEL