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Fifteenth Year No. HOill.
' KliAMATIf FALLS, OREGON, TUESDAY, FEURUAHY 1, 1021.
Price Fire Oeati
I1KIIL1N, Folt. 1. Oormnn flnan
ctnl niul political leaders regard tlio
reparation to mm Uoclilod upon by tlio
mipromo allied council n "fantastic
nnd ImpoMlblo of cxocutloh" and It
In tlio Konoral opinion thnt tlio Oor
man govonimont cannot ngroo to
Dr. Walter Simon, (lorman foreign
minister, will tell tlio rclchstng to
day that Germany cannot accept tlio
nlllod reparation domandrf bocauso
tboy arc Impossible of fulflllmont.
LONDON, Fob. 1. It will bo Im
possible for Gormnny to pay tbo ro
paratlon debt flxod by tlio allied su
promo council, say Profossor John
Maynard Kiynoi, principal reproson
latlra of tlio British troaiiury nt the
Vorsnlllo poaco conference.
Professor Koyno polntod out Hint
to mako tlio paymontii normany
would havo to Incrcniin hor world
trado to tlio point wlioro Urltlsh
trade would suffer.
PARIS, Fob. 1. Tho document
nlgnod by tlio supremo council by
which tlio reparation and dliarm
nmeht decision of tlio nlllci will be
convoyed to (lermany win dollvored
to Charles Uorgmann, hoad ot tho
(lorman delegation born, with a loi
ter of transmittal marked "confiden
tial." Tho letter of transmittal says:
"Sir: Tbo nlllod conferenca has ta
ken tbo following doclslens:
"A regard tho disarmament of
'Flormuny, tho allied government havo
approved tho conclusion formulated
In tbo nolo altachod. ' v
"Ai regard reparations, the Bitted
gorornmenU havo opprovod the pro
posal formulated In that document,
"Tho allied government havo
formed tho hopo that the (lorman
government will not' place tbo allies
under the neccialty of envisaging the
gravo situation which will bo creat
ed If Gormany porslst In falling to
moot hor obligation.
"Qualified delegato ot tho Oer-
man govornmont will bo Invited to a
meotlnc In London In February with
t delogatc ot tho allied gorornmenta."
I tcpn ration Note.
"Artlclo 1. For tho purposo of
satisfying tho obligation Imposed up
on hor by articles 231 and 232 ot the
treaty of Versailles, normany shall
"Fixed annuiuo paynuio nnu
j m ... , i
yearly In equal part a follew:
(a)Two-annultlo of 2.000,000,000
gold mark from May 1,1921 to
May 1, 1923.
(b) Throo annuities ot 3,000.000,-
000 gold mark from May 1, 1023,
to May 1, 1020.
(e) Throo annuities of 4,000,000,-
000 gold mnrkn from May 1, 1926,
to May 1. 1929.
ltd) Throo nnnultlcs of 5,000,000,-
t 000 gold mark from May 1, 1929'.
to May 1, 1932.
(a) Thlrty-ono nnnultlon of 6,000,-
000,000 gold mark from May 1,
1932, to May 1, 1063.
"Forty-ono npnultles running from
May 1, 1921,, oqunl In amount to
twolvo per cent ad valorem of Oor
mnn export,, pnyablo In gold two
months attor tho closo ot each half
"To socuro fulflllmont of para
graph two nbovo, aormany will give
to tho ropanUloni commission overy
facltlty for.vorlfylng tho nmount 6f
tho Qorman export.
' "Artlclo 2. Tho Qorman govorn
mont will transmit forthwith to the
ropnratlon commission note to
boarer payable at tho datos Bpocltlod
In artlclo 1. Tho nmount shall bo
oqulvalont to. each of tho halt year
ly sums payable
"Artlclo 3 Gormany shall bo at
liberty to muko payments In advnnco
on account of tho flxod portion of
tho sum owing.
"Advance payments shall boj ap
piled In tbo roductlon ot tho fixed
annuities. For thl spurposo annuities
shall bo discounted at tho rata ot 8
por cent until May 1, 1023J 6 per
cent from May 1, 1938, to -May 1,
1926; 5 per cent from May 1, 192-,V
ORiEOON Tonight and "Wednes
Bill Would Make
County Courts of
A bill ha boon Introduced In tho
atato loglslattiro by Senator Ebor
liard with tho objoct of transferring
to tho circuit courts of tho state all
Judicial function now vostod In tho
county courts, and leaving to tho
county court only ndmlnlstratlvo
and oxocutlvo powers. Tho county
court now exorclso Judicial power
In probato and Juvonllo matter and
In tho commitment of Insano persons.
A concurrent bill by Bonntor Ebor
hard would croato of ovory connty'a
Judicial district for county court pur
poses. At prosont somo districts In
oastorn 'Oregon comprlso sovornt
counties, and unless a circuit Judgo
woro oloctod In each county tho nbo
lltlon of tbo county court's Judicial
functions would loavo tho countlos
thnt havo no circuit Judges badly
hampered In tho handling of probato
mattor and other cases now heard
by county Judges.
In tho olectlon of circuit Judges
for tho now districts tlio bill pro
vides that tho prosont'judgon shall
servo nut term for which they woro
All tho deputies In tho county of
fices either draw muro pay, or havo
tholr wago flxod at tbo old scalo, In
a resolution adoptod by tho county
court at tbo final mooting of 4he
month except tho circuit court clerk,
Lloyd Do Lap, whoso monthly pay
check Is cut $15.
The chlof deputy In tho county
clerk's offlco gets a $15 raise, the
second doputy f lQ-mbre-and J
sessor's and ahorlft'a doputlea got
moro money, but tho circuit clerk I
trlmmod from I'lGO to $135 a month.
According to thoso on tho insldo
tho reason for tho court' discrimin
ation 1 tho pernicious political activ
ity pernicious at least vlowcd from
the county court anglo-of Do Lap In
tho last olectlon when ho was llnod
up with tho sldo that opposed tho
ro-olcctlon of Judge Dunnoll and
Tho salary rovtslon Is offoctlvo, ac
cording to tho resolution, Junuary 1,
so the circuit clerk Is out flG that
ho had been counting on right up to
tho month end.
Following Is tho now" schedule:
Clork's offlce: circuit court clerk,
$13G; first deputy, $16B; second do
puty, $125; third and fourth depu
ties, $100. Sheriff's offlco, first de
puty, $150; socond doputy, tax col
lector, $17C; third doputy, $11C;
fourth doputy, $100; assessor's of
flco, first deputy, $165;, socond dop
uty, $140, nnd third deputy, $100.
Tailors Trim the
Jewelers, 2 In 3
Ilodgo'a Tailors won las: night's
contest In tho Elks bowllnj? tourna
ment from Upp'a Jowolors, two gamrs
out of throo. Tonight 8wnnBon' bnr
bora nnd tho Hex Spoclalt aro tho
contesting teams. LaBt night's score:
Ilullock 154. 304 xJlC2--S10
Upp 133 177 170486
Dr. Lamb 131 130 126390
Collins 70 105 117 ?'ji
Jefferson 109 177 151 5l'0
663 802 725
W, O. Smith .. 167 145 103505
McMillan 157 193 106516
Wlosti' 121 147 119 3S7
Old 145 177 161493
Hodgo 170 103 112386
760 765 751
HOY AT DUNHAM'S
An-8H pound baby boy was born
lo Mr. and Mtb. Kd Dunham, nt tholr
rosldonco nt Fifth and Oak streets,
this morning at 9:30. Mrs. Dunham
and Roby Dunham nro progressing
In tho -most npprovod mannor.
MARKET RETORT. , '
PORTLAND, Feb. 1. battle low
er, choice steers $8.25 and $9; hogs
and ehoop steady; eggs threo cents
lowor, buying prlco 35, soiling, sol
octs, 38 and 40 conts; buttor firm.
SAYS NOT TOO
OLD TO LEARN
OREOON AGRICULTURAL COL
LEGE, Corvallls, Fob. 1. "Ono Is
novor to old to learn."
This Is tho slogan usod by James
Klnkado, tho oldost man attondlng
O, A. C, Who will bo 56 year old
Klnkado ha but ono log. Ills oth
er log was broken In nn accident,
(langrono sot In and It bocamo neces
sary to havo It amputated. As ho
could not work thl winter and was
ontltlod to compensation through the
worklngman'a compensation law, he
wo sent to O, A. C. for vocational
Horn In Kentucky, Klnkade spent
tho early part ot his llfo In tho horse
raising' Industry. After lonvlrig Ken
tucky he wont to Oklahomo and then
camo out to Oregon wboro ho has
boon for tho last six years. Ho has n
family of nlno children, threo of
whom aro now attondlng school at
tholr homo In Klamath Falls. Ho' says
It Is hard to got used to tho Idea ot
bolng In school whllo he ha three
children of his own In school.
Klnkado U taking poultry husban
dry and beokooplng In which ho Is
dooply Intorostod. When ho finishes
Ms training here ho expects to starts
poultry ranch of his. own.
Indicted Men Given
Until Feb. 11 to Plead
Noah Nyhart, John O'Connor, Mike
Daly, and Dick Wllllanu wore ar
ralgnod beforo Judgo Kuyktndall of
tho circuit court this afternoon, and
wero, given until Fobruary 11 to
pteVd' guilty or not guilty to tbo
charge ot contributing to tho delin
quency, ot a minor, this bolng the
chargo brought against Ihtm by tho
Klamath county grand Jury which
met recently. O'Connor Is also
charged with kcoplng a dlsrepuUblo
house, and with Issuing a bad check.
Tboro wero six Indictments In -all.
Tho Cyclo-Btormagraph, at
Undorwood'a Pharmacy has reg
istered a rapidly rising press
uro slnco yesterday's roadlng
but at noon today, commonccd
to fall." A continued fall would
Indicate tho approach of nn
othor storm, whllo It tho "dip"
Is only for a short duration
continued good weather may bo
Forecast tor next 24 heurs:
Storm browing in southwest.
I Organizers Prepare
For Big Meeting
Automobllo owner nro Industri
ously working up enthusiasm for
tholr mcotlng which will bo hold In
tho chamber ot commerco rooms to
morrow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock,
and as tboy oxpoct to porfect their
organisation nt that tlmo, ovory auto
owner who can possibly nttond Is
roquostod to bo there on tlmo, nnd
assist In tho good work.
Spring Is not far away, and with
the ndvont of spring overy plan pro
mulgated by tho organization should
bo undor way, nnd now, is tho tlmo,
Bovoral local boostora say, to do tho
things that will count when tbo auto
ing season Is In full sway.
U. OF O. VROFKflSOR'8 TALK
STRAIGHT FROM SHOULDKR.
Doan Robblns, of tho school of
commorco of tho University of Oro
gon, addressod a number ot business
mon In tho chamhor of commorco
room last night, hi talk being an
oxpresslon'ot his view regarding tun
dutlos ot business men who wish' to
nrrlvo at) jtho correct aolutlon of
problems upon which business apd
community successes .dopend. The
beet -war to fight radical movement
was also vigorously discussed.
After his addree the dean threw
.hanaAtinc nnen to general discus-
albn, and .numbeTB of questions bear
ing upon his subjects -were compre
hensively answered by 'him.
Doan Robblns loft forugano this
COUNTY TO BE
.iTlio chamber ot commorco legis
lative commlttoa Is busy trying to
devlso plans for redisricting tho
otato which will glvo this county,
as well as tho others in tho stato,
tho benefit of a stato ropresontatlro
from within its bordors. At tho pro
sont tlmo tho ropresontatlro from
this county Is compollod to repre
sent a territory bollovod lo bo en
tirety to largo for any one man, and
tho idea Is to mako tbo districts
small enough so that tho representa
tive can bo In closo touch with all
conditions all tho tlmo. Tho stato of
Washington sonds n representative
to lbs stato legislature from each
county In tho stato, nnd tho system
gives satisfaction. It Is tbo bollof of
tho chamber of commorco commit
too that tho samo system would
work out beneficially In this state,
and tho result ot their efforts will
bo presented to tho proper officials
at on opportuno tlmo.
W. M. Cochran, an omplayo of tho
Klamath Record for a short tlmo,
accompanied by Mrs. Cochran, left
Sunday morning for Portland, whero
Mr. Cochran will socuro another po
sition. Tboy woro accompanied by
llttlo Billy Mason, son ot W, H. Mas
on,, who is going to juako his home
with hi mother in Portland.
On account ot tho postponement
ot tho American Legion meeting
from tbo first to tbo third Tuesday
of tho month, tho meeting ot tbo
Wrtaan'a auxiliary of-the Legion has
been llkcwlso postponed until the
Miss Roso Reed Is horo from Oak
land for a visit with her slstor, Mrs.
AI.' Leavltt and othor relatives and
friends. Miss Reed I a nurso In tho
Fablola hospital In Oakland.
Kugeno Robertson, who Is work
ing with 'the survoyors ot tho Klam
ath project, wah a passenger on this
morning's stago to Donanza, whero
he will remain for sovoral days.
Chester A., Myers, representing tho
Charles R. Myors company ot Sevas
topol, California, Is In tbo city.
Mrs. Jack Slater, who has been on
an extended visit with friends and
relatives In Portland, returned last
Chllcoto & Smith, ownor ot tbo
Sagarman,1 block aro repairing and
retiming tho second story ot tho
building, which was formerly apart
ments 'and offices ot tho central labor
council. A number ot business offices
re o bo Installed.
Mr. Holden, Oregon representative
for tho Park-Davis Drug company, Is
visiting tho local drug stores this
Will Norrls, an employe of tho City
Transfer, has returned from a sever
al days business trip to Portland.
Dunbar & Dunbar, lnsurnnco aud
bond brokers, who now havo tholr of
fices In tho Klamath Stato nank
building, will occupy a sulto of of
fices In the Sugarman building In the
Frank McEllvIn, -formerly of this
part of tho country, but now a resid
ent ot Mncdoel, California, Is an ar
rival in tho city on a sovoral days'
Mrs. Mary Williams who owns and'
operates a largo dairy ranch noar
town, was' In attondlng to matters
Friends of Miss" Zepha Hoguo,
rwho Is omployod nt tho Mara con
fectionery will bo ploased to hoar
that sho Is convolesclng and will soon
bo able to rosumo hor work.
Mm. D. Brown, attendant from tho
atato hospital, left this morning for
Salem, accompanied by Mrs. Rosa
Klrkpatrtck, who was rocontly com
mitted to the institution.
George Flury and Alfrod Mead,
lumberman of the Cblloquln country
left this morning tor Dunsmulr and
other California cities, whoVe they
will spend tho remalndor of tbo win
ter. Mrs. A. J. Voye was a passenger
on this morning's train to Weed,
whero sho will moot Mr. Voyo. who
ia returning from a month's business
Harding Asks for
Senate Session to
WASHINGTON. Fob. 1 A re
quest from I'rcsldcnt-oloct Harding
that Prosldcnt Wilson call a spe
cial session ot tho now senato for
March 4 was convoyed to tho Whlto
Houso today by Senator Underwood,
Tho special session of tho sen
ato is required to confirm cablnot
and othor appointments mado by tho
A call for a special session of tho
now congroM will bo Issuod by
President Harding attor his Inaug
uration. It is expoctod .that thl ses
sion will begin lato in March or
early In April.
Yesterday's Herald again carried
Its weekly messago to tho public of
this section, telling ot bargain day
prices given by wlde-awako mer
chants, through tbo medium of It
Bargain Day pago. This 1 tho fifth
tlmo that the bargain day pago ha
appeared, and each week tho Ten
turo sooras to bo gaining In popular
ity. This week's sales aro, It pos
sible, moro attractive than any ot
tho previous ones wero, and the mer
chants represented aro looking for a
big day tomorrow. Good weather
will undoubtedly bo In evidence, and
that will help considerably. Read the
advertisements in yostorday's Herald,
and then, tomorrow, look for the
placards In the windows of tho wlde
awako -merchants. You can't help
saving money if you do your shop
ping on Wednesday, Bargain Day. "
WOOL OKOWKRfl MBBT
TONIGHT AT MERRILL.
Wool growers of this section will
meet In Merrill tonight, tbo principal
subject of discussion bolng tho grant
ing of grazing permits on tho Modoc
national forest extension. Some Ira
portant business I to bo transacted
nnd a majority ot tho 100 members
of tho association are expected to bo
trip In San Francisco, Los Angeles
and othor southern cities.
J. S. Elliott, is engaged this week
In installing bollors In tho new Shaw
llortram Mill that has Just been com
IL F. Tollo, a farmer ot the Mer
rill country, is lev tho city on business
H. S. Wakefield, proprietor ot tbo
Dodge garago ot this city, Is out ot
(own this week on business. Ho is
expected back about February 5.
H. J. Lester who formorly was a
farmer of tho Merrill section nnd who
recently sold his interests here, left
yesterday for tho Wlllamotto vnlloy,
whore ho will locate permanently.
J oo Garvin, who is representing
tho Western Stato Chautauqua cir
cuit, Is In this city making arrange
ments that will .includo Klamath
Falls In this year' Chautauqua tour.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Reed, who reside
In this city, left this morning for
Bonanza, their former home, whoro
they will visit friends and rolatlvos
for aevtiral days. ,
Honry Stiles, a farmer and dairy'
man who operates a ranch near horo
was a city-visitor yesterday.
Mary Walker, who Is employed at
tho H. N, Moe store, was a passenger
on this morning's train tor her home
in Ashland, whero she will visit with
relatives tor sovoral wooks.
Mrs. McGeorge, mother ot Mrs,
Geo. Burton ot this city, left this
morning for sovoral weeks' visit In
Watsonvllle, Los Angeles and othor
J. F. Squibb, T. K. Marrs, nnd G.
L. Parker, packers and fruit growers
ot San Jose, California, aro arrivals
In tho city looking over prospects
and conditions of this soctlon ot tho
Mr. and Mrs. Chlloquln, Watson
Dutfoy and Pete Miller ot Yainax
wero passengers on this morning's
train for Portland, where they havo
been subpoenaed In the Turner Mur
der trial, a federal case that la being
tried la. Portland.
Mr.-anrt Mj-s.'T.'3?':ADbott.ot 326
PlffeiSfritt ."who harebeen spending
parjoi toe winter visions iu hubd'
burg returned home last ovonlng.
TO BE ENTERED
IN 1921 SALE
County Agont E. II. Thomas has
announced- that tho second annual
salo of tho Pacific Northwest Short
horn Broodors' association and the
KJamath county farm bureau will
bo held hero about tho middle of
March and that tbo" exact date will
be determined within a short timo.
Local Stock Offered
Last year's salo was a success, but
no local animals wore offorod for sale
as tbo purebred stock campaign was
then in its earliest infancy, and as
nono but registered stock was ac
cepted for sale, only outsldo stock
was auctioned. This year there will
bo a number of excellent bulls and
heifer entered by Klamath county
farmers, among ' ntrymon being
F. T. Nelson, of vito; Frank Mc
Cornack, ot Klamath Falls; Owen
Martin, ot Merrill; and Tamer Bros.,
of Langell's valley. Thero will bo
others, but their names havo not yot
been give " ""nas.
The farm buroau -will exercise
close supervision over the stock of
forod for salo, the fundamental ob
ject ot tbo salo being to keep the
quatlty ot tho stock up to the) re
quired standard, and to bring In new
stock in lien of the stock sent from
hero to outside places.
West On noylng Trip. (
. iVIllh 'Jhla objoct In view, L. A.
West, president ot tho farm bureau,
left for the northern part ot tho
state Sunday morning to Inspect thd
stock which has been offered "for'
sale .here! His trip will take him
through the Wiltametto-jralley, and
then 'to Sl4?.xiw..iiH
the "annual P61aad China: nor sale: -
Mr. West has been commissioned to
purchase Poland' China hogs by sev
eral Klamath" county farmers, and
two or three purebred stock enthusi
asts havo also authorized him to buy
Snorthorn stock. Front Salem Mr.
West will go to Sherman, Morrow,
and Union counties, where several
reputable breeders havo animals they,
wish to enter in the local Shorthorn
sale. He will bo Joined at Corvallls
by A. E. Lawson, field representa
tive ot the American Shorthorn
breeders' association, and by IL A.
Llndgrcn, livestock field man for tho
farm school at Corvallls. Mr. Lawson
and Mr. Llndgrcn will assist Mr.
West in his quest for registered ani
mals and in selecting the stock to be
offered for sale' hero In March.
Will Sell S3 Head
Last year about 30 animals were
sold hero. Thtajrcar thero probably
will bo not more than 25, the condi
tion of tho money markot placing a
mantle ot conservatism over the en
tiro county, but Klamath county,
banks have agreed to? take caro ot
responsible customers, and the sale
will not bo undermlnod because of a
lack ot money.
May HtlU Enter
Thoro Is stilt time for local farm
ers to enter stock tor this sale, but
It will be necessary for them to get
In touch with the farm bureau at
CLOSE FINISH IN
BASKET BALL GAME.
The Merrill basketball team won a
acborcblng gamo from tho Klamath
Agency team at Merrill, Saturday,
flvo minutes overtime being neces
sary for the winners to shoot the de
ciding score. It was anybody's gamo
up to tho last minute, tho final score
being 22 to 21.
At the Rex Cafe
Tho regular chamber ot commdrco
woekly forum will 'bo held "in the
Rex cafe tomorrow at 12:15, The re
port on tho local' telephone situation
will be read at this time.., A special
requost is made ot new members, and
members' yf'ho" have' not been attend
lug regularly. to-be present
The forum committee "met yesteis
day and prepared a program which
will prevail at the 'luncheons held
this month, and the committee prom
ises some livo forums as a result of
Its meeting. ,
1 njuMjMny yiBWi