i53e: Kb e veixhm Mtrali . Ji V Member of the Associated Press. I'lflrrillll Vwir So, JNIII7 KLAMATH 1'AI.I.H, OIllKJO.V, I'lllDAV, KHIHIUAHY I, 1IWI. Irico rira Oeata COUNTY WANTS EOUAL VOICE IN GOVERNMENT I lalci K !' Hi" preaant aeliallir- i and rrrnUllvii dlalrlct leavo (iinift'ti 'mr IUtui 'Jojum r(UU'n rapreaaHlallllll, hn leglala- 8 riK initio or inn rimmiwr or t. . .. f.ivwa .la..t M rktfllll In (ifjitncrr " "i'i tv-i-- . ... Ih r ilriiunni"ni ruiiwiiiiie m 1B(I pfMni llUtur for creation if both aenatnrlal and rnprt-aania li. duiriM of Klamath county, with ho (u-n'X I""" tlCrlct boun .(e Tho following lelfgraiil waa i . ... Iu .. llaMal.. IhattMla iar"'4 '"f """' -....., bfm of in" ffliiJUKirllonmiml mmmlilx' ml will bo supported by liar Senator. Upton and 1111 nj llr. reaenlallve-) llurdlck and ieflur( and others, urging Ibem lo Ihrr inlluetlfo toward securing pc Bear J unci It , tho unanlmou opinion of Ihli twdv thai Ilia preenl dlvl ion "l " ataio Into senatorial and rieentavi dlttrlrt )' ir-wt Injuillfo lo Klamath tovnlr M lha pr-wenl Unto w have bo rr;'frcntll from Ihli roaelr IB ellhr bout Wn bn Jl.va In lb principle tbt rrr coaBtr hoold Im repreaantod In th la (rcljUlum la of Ibe fact lhat KUtn- .lb (otiair baa largo popula Ilea t'-l natural reurca, Irata) 'e development po bi'.r nl a renter of bulnea cf (ml mlir1nre lo Iba alala or ""I 'a " nbwll In you boBCtltia body thai we am JUlt- Ijr 'ii-d lo U ronillluied a iita rapieacntailve ami steoal dlatrlcl o lhal wa max Mmier X- aut! In the fu- i lam of rpfnlllon In Iba lata irfUUtur o ar nmflitrnt when otsr f.iBia'i'to laVra Into ronattlara Ilea Iba (oricoluc facta lhal foil' , ill ta (laj lo etntMxlf tbU ra IijOMt In Iba itot"l I'Clala tloo en ra ainorllonmenl n feo-jii Ua (ilratett to autimll to Iba raomlllas allher a Ixraooal rrrfaalate or latter lbs facia ui"on hrh a bam our r Iqnrat ami (UKKral lhal foil wlra brn a rntshl aptar 1)1 lf (n'l . Kiatnaib County (haralr of njiiirrra by a iraailant ami rriary. Ailnrala HMvrilnK (1uinr,i iThn ii u aalil. la Ilia ntwinlnK Mt" for a itrmanil for a rliatiK" In lain ronatltutlon, crratlnc rach laijr a tiara(o aanatorlal illalrlrl. irpofiliinlnt rrpriantallrpa f- Id I tic lo tmpulallon, each rounlr Itatp al leaal ona ilalngalo In tho Iff huan I tin tin I ltrrrwnUIIil fba tirrarni lexlaUlhn maehlnn, It rnrrally rnnccMntl, la cotulileralily of batanra, anil flora nut rantll rnalljr raprpirnlatlva Knorn "t Nrarljr (itio-llilril of ttm in am hl of biilh houa la ronlrollotl Mmiiinmah anil Xlarlon counllra ImAth county al prrtent tliarr her irrx-Mativra ami acnator wllh "I mlj'ilnliiK romillna and nono plio IfKUlatnra aro Klamnili roun Imrn Othnr countloa of Ihn !! It na,.i i)ln lloiutt couiltlca of Urn Mpntntira ntiit aunator, nro, of lpm i. a... b K'juniir wunout roprrtpn an Hjatrm (hilMnim. Ii Ill-mi 32 ynara alnco Ihrrn ft rpaiiorilnnmant In Ori'ian ami KroMli or tlio atnto In tho mean- nna Iipaii onorinoiia. KaiiMlally i na liaan dm Krowth of nnalnru "ii Tim rlmmlMir of romnmrco t"iltti.i Imllovna dial aa roillalrlcu "A'lM tnkn placo It woulil bo well Ml CllAnana urn 1. ..!.. .....I.. . .. "' IfWIIIH IIIHIIII III UK" Ilio wholo avatoin of aolndlnn nmko tlm alato IcKlalntlvo branch Boyonimont truly mprrtirntntlvo. v "laillliorc. W. A. WVIat. Krml P'"r nml Arthur Wllnon com- llin li'KlilBllvn rmninlit.. nf tl... ' "Wnlwilnn ami thoy will wot. "'kKiialloiia ami aiinnort. for I RKivoinonl. 17S Elks Attended I Meeting Honoring Past Lodge Heads (("I llla-hl waa paal oiallatt rulnr a nlilil al tho Clk'a rluh. nhiiiil I7r. MPmbora nulorliiK a proxMiu whlrh waa nupplmnni.,t with an ahumtNiiir. of ala " j'a.t Haalltut ICiiIkIiI J J I'arktir, praalitil. four llir paat aiallail knlKlita. IJ II Hall. V H jioy. t- ii, I'niiarwix,,!. B, w Hmllh. iM-cupylnK rhalra 0 Shook Manufacturer Predicts Big Demand for Boxes Soon; Rail Rates To Be Adjusted WOinilEll TO DISCUSS THE NEEDS DF CITY ,JWlB 18 KK-KLECTED PUNArOLIB. Intl.. KM,. 4 Invaia ahowa Him ii. i. i -...i- ai " " Hi mi noma pwii ro-oloclna proalilont of tho " AIIUO Workora nf !...!.. - - w (llliwiivm Tim woman of tlm rlty mat ihli artarttiion at Ilia forum room In Ihn chamber of romnierra uartnra to llaruaa plana for rltle ImpniTrmani Tltn mrliK waa praalie oxer by ila K H Hrnry. ona of Ilia lady mamlwra of tbo rhambar of rm inafra Tba piofram waa arraiiKrl by a rotitnijllati of Iba chamber of rommarr mamtr ra ItlfCa aMika on rlty parka. MUa llrai) on lha ralua of play crnumla. Mr (lanonc on tlio aub-)a- of trraa ami ahrubi. ami Mra rat llaker on Camp KrounJa, Al lha cloaa of thla program by Iba laillra T I. titanlay. aarfafary of lha cbambar of Comttlrro Kate a talk on lha aubjaci of lha xraat Klam ath problam Mr Hlanlay tab that lha craat Klamath pfublrm mi Iba fumlammlal ona of human llfo ami that la. How lo lUo o(rtbar r'rom lha crailla to tba train ara aubJaritHi o lha domination of othar aopla Wo mutt faallm bat wo loUil abara 'America with ona huBdraii anj Ian million otbr po- p)a Thara la only ona way to do thla auccraafully. (lood will maana nolh Inc unlaaa thara la an aiprnatlon of kcmxI ro-oparation. Wo mutt ramam bar lha laaaon of the Kfral llaltlmoM fire A WaahlPClon naaapaar da clartnl that we muai have a nun de finition for a lira proof building Mat ed. . "A fire proof building la a flro proof building that la aur roundeO by flro pnxif building " Hi prosperity and happlnaaa are proa- arlty and happlnaaa only whan iur rounded by proaparlty and happlnaaa In carrying out thla program the womcin of the community form a ilrortg factor Klamalh )all nrada to bo tnadn a more comfortable place In which lo live I'lana are under way by tho chamber of cvmmerco to help Ihta In a big romprehrnahe way ami we nHd Iba women lo help lo put thla ovar Tho city needa lo have tnnn dla Irlcla, II naada lo bate parka and ply ground ronvaulpnlly located and planted with Ihn proper Irrra H alto needa belter lighting and water ayatem, all of which rnjulroa careful technical planning and rnglnrorlng. Thn peopln of Ihn community tnuil head In Ihta plan and gal II Into con crete ahapo through tho cliainlx-r of commerce In order to hatn a muni cipal government -work on the prob lam of carrying thla out and Ihn com munlly lo back (ham In Ihn under taking. Klamalh Kalla need n big com munity building In which Ihnrn can ho a largo auditorium, n plungo and ahnwnr hatha, n gymtiaaluni, head iiuarlora for the public health and aaaoclated charity aerrlco, womflua' club, farm human, chamber of uim morro, Amorlcan legion, Y. M. 0. A., and Y. M. U. A. Hoy Kcnuta, (llrl Kcoula, Muilcal Orgnnliathiua, Civic and roiiuiiunllr movomeiit of all kliiila all under one roof. Tho entire Btructurn lo bo built na momorlum for tho aorvlcn rondnred by thn sol dlora and civic. orgnnltntloiiN during thn lain wur, Don't pormlt amnll IiiiIIiIIuk ho erected In tho community. Thoy nro only whlto olophnnta on thn handa of- tlio varloua orgnnlmtlona whvn II cornea lo mnlntnlitliiK thum. It uiual ly tnkoa enru of only n imnll jiortlon of tho community and iihtiuld ho ills courngoil, hut a IjIk hulldlnK ahould do oncaurnKoil, Jdr, Btunloy olnhoratod on tho plana (or thla hulldlnK and ou ttm "lutm for the: future boiuty of tho city, called attention to lre and shrub' bury, ho city flowor and uniform Iron planting, und cloaod with thla; "Two hundred and fifty rarloada or orangea. or IZ&.QfJO boina, ara bnlng ahlpped dally from rViulhern Califor nia, and tho atatn will havo ono of tho blggeat ornngo crop In It hla- lory. fifty to fltly-flra ihouaaml rara being ronildarcd'a conanrvatlvn aatl mala by grower down thara Tho Jxii aliKk In tho orangn illatrlcta la almiMt athauatnd and that maana thai ihn hoi faclorlea of northern California and Oregon -will aoon b called upon lo aupply thn demand cauaed by tho Iramendoua orangn crop I look for condition which will enable our factory, and other factor ial In thla dlatrlct lo rn-opeti with almoat our uaual crewa within 10 daya " Tho foregoing atatemenl waa made to a Herald representative thla morn ing by A J Voya, of tho lllg Ukea llo company, who baa Jual returned from a bualnraa trip that call-, him a far aouth aa Kan t'lego, and Into Ihn orangn ami fruit-growing dla irlcla of California, which could give him Ihn moat reliable Information regarding lha frnll-prodnclng and boi-maklng outlook TIm')- Arr I'ltklng Thorn Now, Al thla time, aald Mr Voya, tho grower are picking California nar ,ata but wlihln a month or morn the Valencia will ripen, and tho month of Juno will b hero before the end of Iba harveit In alght Approxi mately (0 par Cant of Ihn boiea uaed In Kouthern California aro ahlppfd from Ibe boi factorte here, and -a lib 10,000 or more car of orange lo be ahlpped. aggregating not leaa than I.iOO.000 buir. t4 obvloua that the hot factorte bro will bo bttiy a, labllahmenla during lha coming eo on Mr Voya atated that about 9S per rant of Ihn local Ikji output always goe tti Kouthern California, and II la therefore obvloua alto that the ex tent of tho box bualnea done here depend upon the orangn harvcat. I'ull Cirwa IJirly In Sewwin. Aliout lt teojilo aro now employ ad by Ihn Dig l-akr Hot Company, but aa toon a box order begin to come In tho form will bo doubled, at leaat. and gradually tho usual force or 100 or more will be put to work Thn either factorlea hero em- la tor, tho Induatrlal situation hero will proaanl entirely different aapoct Trrlgbt lUlr. Hurt limine,. High freight rates, anld Mr Voyo. knocked Ihn bottom oul of tho fall business hero last year Hate on long haul have been. Increased 33 13 per cenl, and on abort haul. Jf, per cent, and In either caan thn rate worn el horbltanl and prohibitive (Jrowcr of teUry, beans, cabbage, and other pro ducojusually shipped from Southern California could not afford lo pay the rate asked, and plowed their crop under Intlnad or harvesting them Thla militated against the hot bus! neat, and -while Ihn factories hern operated until December, business was Irrllatlngly dull. Aa a reault of Ihn refusal of grow ers to harvest and ahlp their crop. Ihn railroad suffered an enormous slump In business, this slump pisc ine January on record aa ono of the auneat anipping months in many years. Thn railroads, said Mr. Voya sacrificed volumn for bigger profit ami as a result navn wen taught a valuable leason. Kflijuy CWa All Otct. "Kmply boi can," continued Mr Voyo. "are standing all over the slate a rebuke lo the short-sighted railroad authorities who put the hold-up rates Into effect " II Is Impossible for growers In the wrst to pay sky high freight ratea east, and at tho same limn compete profitably with grow, era from Klorlda and other southern states who havn shorter hauls sod lower freight rates to help them shoot their produce Into tbo big Imputation centers " Will Aclju.r lUle. With these facta before them, the Interstate Commerce commission and Ihn 1'aclflc coaat shippers will meet In Kan Kranrltco about the IStb of Ihta month, and will make an effort to decide upon more satisfactory rates. These ratea should becomn ef fective within 30 daya from that lime and Ibn effect upon the box business will be remarkable, Mr. Voyo be lieve. California has been drenched with rain, and big harvests are predicted In that state. Thla -will help Immense ly here, and a year of brisk and big Rdistricting Plan All Cut and Dried Says Press Report (Ily Associated Press) HAI.KM, Keb. i, Hlato reappor tionment plana which ara expected lo causa lively debates were launch ed today -with tbo appointment of a sub-commltteo of the general com mittee, to draft a reapportionment bill. It Is understood Its general plan has been agreed upon. Tho plan reported to be under con sideration provide that the Joint senator from Clackamas and Multno mah would be transferred as joint senator from Multnomah and Marlon Multnomah would be given one more aenator by lha bill and It I al so proposed to take ona repreaenta tlvn from Washington, Mnn, Marion and Jackson county and distribute them through new districts In eas tern Oregon COMMITTEE IS V BILL TO BONE N 1 ELEVEN STATE ROAD BILLS T 8AI.KM .Feb I Kleven bills em bodying legislation requested by tho atatn highway commission wero In troduced In tho sonata today These Included bills exempting highway contractors from the restrictions of WASHINGTON, Keb. i.- (Special to tho Herald). The appropriations subcommittee on military affairs of the House, under the direction of Congressman Danlol It. Anthony of Kansas, tho chairman, I bard at work whipping lha annual army bill Into shape Drastic economy Is evl dent aa the estimate of Secretary llaker aro considered and passed up on by the committee. Lump aura ap propriations aro being eliminated wherever possible, and specific tarsal for specific purposes are beln-f allot ted for tho various branches of army activity. The only deviation from, that rule Is In the appropriation for pay, where It Is necessary to provide an amount sufficient lo compensate the entire personnel from which the secretary can make drafts aa the money la needed. In anlla nf the tn.tt I that the house and senate have pas. 'ed a resolution limiting the ilxe of the army to 17S.000 men, It Is under stood lo bo the purpose of the appro priations committee to furnish mon ey enough for only 1 50,000 amount Ing to a further roduction of 35,000. Officers, too, will be cat to about 15, 000. It will be up to the new secre tary of war in the Harding adminis tration to make practical application the elght-hour law. and providing a J of he redoeUoM ,,, ,n prmoUeill,y flfty-nrty maintenance between the counties and the state. They also provide protection to contractors of atatn highway construction without every Item of the executive estimate. May lie, A lb-bate Congressman William J Qraham of entailing the necessity of purchasing, 'ola. chairman of the special com mittee tbat ha been Investigating ex penditures of the war department. Is busily at work preparing hi final re port to the House. It Is said that It wilt contain some highly Interesting disclosures a lo some of the tran sactions Involved In disposing of war Industries and surplus materials. It surety bonds, and give the commis sion authority lo pave streets that are a part of the state highway In small towns These hills would give the right to sell bonds at par. The bill would also make the commission the final arbiter In Ibe selection of a stato board, and ! would require) the permission of the I Mr Graham's Intention to seek the commission before highway may! appointment of a special assistant at- Ploy about the same number of men, gar business ran b seen In the norl and women And four or five weeks, ton by local observers. mr0r0000a0 w WITH GIFTS Itecenl receipt tor the Kuropoan and Armenian relief funds have been very encouraging, reports Arthur Wil son, Irrasurcr. They Includo 114? from Dairy sent In by Jesse. It. Draw. This I tho result of n careful csnvn of Ihn district raising f 115.50 and tho proceeds of ft danro raising 131.50 more. Tho showing Is very fine for tho district. Alto thn Shasta View Sunday school ha sent In a second donation. This school has boon tho most con sistent giver lo this causa of any or ganisation In tho county aa it has taken regular monthly subscriptions. Another donation of $4.00 was left at thn Hank hore by a woman who earns her own My by manual labor. This make f 10 from this woman and shows a spirit which If equaled by all wojild mnko an unparallolod re cord for Klamath County In any una ortnklng II might nssumo. SHOWS A. IJ. Johnson, buyer for tho Ocean l.umhor company of Han Francisco, coast ropresimtMlvoa for IMorco & I'rlro of Iximlon, Kngland, loft yes terday after a short visit horo. Mr. Johnson Is thn first huyor In look ovor condltlonH In local torrltory (his sonson. success, And U Is onsy enouKh to plan. To wish Is tho way of an otflco boy, To do Is tho work of a man." "Let this optimism and progress be so complete that tho new Klam ath Kalis of tho future will bo a city RAISE $107 Thn children of the city turned out In force yesterday to attend the mov ie shows given for tho benefit of the Central and Kastern Kuropcan baby relief fund, both the public and Cath olic schools having been dismissed for lho day In order to hotp swell the receipts. About one-fourth of the at tendance at theso shows was com posed of adults, Tho total amount raised was $107, The Star theater, which began Its show- at 10 o'clock In tho moraine. was filled lo capacity, and tho Mon dalo theator, which deferred Its show until 3 o'clock In tho afternoon, was Jammed, standing room being at a premium. Tho Melody Maids at tho Mondiilo mado a tremendous hit, their acta bolng livoly, classy, and refined. Local theater managers aro pleas ed with tho ro-oporatlon gtvou lo them by lha public, and extend their thanks to nil who holpod In any way. Manager Tod Whlto. of tho Mondalo, look occasion to say that any time tho Amorlcan Legion, tho Hod Cross, or any othar organliatlon wishes to u po his theator for chnrltablo pur poses. It will bo at tliolr disposal, bo relocated or tho surface of a highway cut for public utility ser vice, or treea cut along a highway. The free text book bill will be made a special order at 2 o'clock mis aiternoon, a majority report having recommended passage. .NO DAXC'K AT COUNTY HAHM KATUIIDAY KVKNIXO. J H. Short, superintendent of the county farm, stated today tbat plana for a dance at the hospital Saturday night had been abandoned on ad vico of tho county physician, to whom a tew mild case of smallpox In the valley bare been reported. The danco will bo given later, when the physlelsn thinks It is advlslblc. MA11KKT ItKI-OItT rOHTLAND. Feb. 4. -Cattle, steady; hogs, weak. $10.50 to $11; shecpa and eggs, weak; butler, firm. LEGISLATURE IS RING 1 y THIIKH INDICTKD FOU IIKKAKIXO "DnY" LAV beautiful, healthful, and happy bo-- "Good Intontlons nlonu will not win cnuso wo planned It so," r Among 16 Indlctmonts roturnod by tho foderal erand Jury at Tort land aro thoso charging violation ot the liquor law against local resi dents ni follews: Jim Howard, Klamath Falls; Dob Santlnl, selling liquor to Klamath Indians; Joo rainier, Klamath Falls. SALKM. Fob. 4 The house un animously passed tho Uelknap bill prohibiting alien and disloyal per sons from teaching In public schools, tho University of Oregon, and at tho stale agricultural college. A bill was also passed banning punchboards. Tho Dennis resolution, requiring the highway commission to make all roads 16 feot wldo, was killed. Xo Mora District. Tho sonata killed the Kborhart hill making every county a Judicial dis trict, which would have Increased the number of circuit court Judges to 44. Tho bill for marking boundaries of unfen'cod land wo also killed. Increase Salaries, Tho senate has passed the Nor blad bill for organizing logged off land Improvement districts, and bills increasing tho salaries of oor taln Multnomah county officials and affecting salaries of certain state of ficers. Whether the Roosevelt highway bill poasea depends upon deals be tween coast and eastern Oregon rep resentatives, torney general under the new admin istration, whose duty It shall b to Inquire Into some of the war depart- ment sales with a view to recovering money thereon. The congressman be lieves that the Government can get back hundreds of millions ot dollar through a vigorous prosecution ot those cases. As ono Instance of the ridiculously low prices accepted by the Secretary of War, Mr. Graham cites the powder plant at Old Hick ory, Tennessee, upon which tho gov ernment expended $90,000,000 but which never produced a pound of powder for use In the war. On Octo ber 13. 1930, the plant was acid to the Nashville Industrial corporation for $3,505,000, the government re ceiving only $200,000 cash and the' balanco In ten year 5 per cent notes. The man who negotiated the sale for the government waa later decorated with a distinguished service medal for bis services In disposing of army property "at exceptionally advantage ous prices." .Mill To Grind On It is possible that the extra session ot the Senate, to be called Immediate ly after President-elect Harding Is in augurated, will mergo Into the extra session ot congress that It Is predict ed wilt bo called about throo weeks later. There will be many Import ant nominations to bo confirmed, which will have to be referred to committees and receive careful con sideration. Mr. Harding will be call ed upon to namo four member ot the Interstate Commorco Commission, who will havo to secure the approval ot the senate Interstate commerce committee before they will bo given senatorial endorsement, Benator Al bert H. Cummins of Iowa, the chair man of that committee, states that there aro 30 or 40 other highly Im portant nominations to bo made by tho now president, all of which will take time to confirm. Of course, the cabinet appointments head the list, but their confirmation Is usually con sidered a matter of routine, as It U concodod to be tho right ot a presi dent to select his personal advisers without senatorial opposition, a "WAGE CUT IN SKOKANE. SPOKANE. Wash., Feb. 4 Th Master Bulldera' association has an nounced wage reductions amounting to a dollar a day for crofusasa aad laborers.