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tllje tEiistttng Itoald
A Clan Ad Will
Member of the Associated Press.
Kirtocnlli Yonr. No. norm.
KLAMATH 1'ALI.H, OIIKOON, THURSDAY, MARCH fl, 1021.
I'RICIJ F1VK CENTS
IX)NIX)N, Mnr 3 Germany lian
been given until noon next Monday to
accept thn fiindnmnntnl conditions
laid down by thn niipromo nlllod coun-
1.1 III I nim
Thn Gominn delegates worn In
formed by thn nlllml rnprnnontatlrn
Hint If Germany does not accept thn
tormi thn allies will tnko Immodlnto
steps (o enforce thorn.
Thn flrat stop will tn thn oceupa-
lion or Jiriusnerg, uiissoiiiorit ami
Hocondly, each allied country will '
placn a tax upon Gorman morchan-
Thirdly, thn customs boundary
along ino union ununr nuiou cuairui
will bo established.
t.n.l... I., ll.n nlllml rnnrominl.
'"'""" ."'. ." "" "
Ires on bi.nair or uermany. ur.
illmons said that (lormnny s Inten
lions Jinu neen nniiroiy nn.ui.o.r-
Btooa. Tno unrmnn rniuy. no ..
would bo dolWnred Monday.
'In our opinion," hn added, "no
occasion will arlsn foe tho actions set
forth by tho allied power.
(Ily AsunrlaleiT Prwts)
WASHINGTON. Mar 3. I'rprl-
dent Wilson fnrinully announced to-
day that hn would "rosumn mn prnc
Hen of ln" In partnership with
Ilalnbrldgn Colby, retiring secretary
""Tho president graduated from tho
Virginia In 1881. later practicing lnIMraoo
law department of tho University of
Thn firm will maintain offices In
Now York and Washington.
William 11. Wilson, retiring socro
tary of labor, was appointed today
by President Wilson as a membor
of thn International Joint commis
sion, succeeding O J. Gardiner of
Maine, who reslgnod.
Farm Loan Decision
Big Boon to Farmers
(TrlrRram VilitnKm Hurvatl)
wvRitiNtlTOV Mar 3. Oregon
farmers nnd In fact farmers of tho' hospital facilities for disabled nor
entire northwest will benuflt by tlio vlco men.
supromo court decision sustaining Thn bill designed to Improvo tho
thn federal farm lonn law. Kor many , servlco given soldiers by tho war risk
monthn thn business of farm loan bureau also wont to tho prosldont. It
lionds has been paralyzed bncnusn of provides $1,000,000 for tho estab
thn attack on thn validity of the llshmont of regional offices through
farm loan bank law nnd confldoncn out tho country, whoro soldlors can
of Investors In theso tax-froo bonds make compensation and Insurance
was temporarily dostroyod ponding j claims for direct compensation.
decision of thn highest court.
Tho result of tho decision will bo! tf F fn 7r
..- .iiit- in nil fnrm loiui
Jocts and suftlclunt funds to rollovo
tho moro Importunt ueods of farm
ors oporatlng under thn now farm
Members of the Oregon delegation
"bollovo It will do much to spoed do- n HOzon other aliases best known u
viilopment of agricultural districts of iniipitin Frank Is n fugltlvo from
Oregon and tho Northwest, and will j,,,,,, nH ml0 r0sult of oscapo Tuos
make those Investments much (,ny from j.ort flummors, Indian po
sought nflor by weulthy Investors . lloomati- at Chlloquln. Frank Is
who aro not now buying fnrm mort
gogos bocnuso of tho federal Incomo
- -..-,-. - mm0
Tho Hornld, by special ar
rungomont with tho Portland
Dally Tologram, will horoaftor ro-
colvo u dally Washington sorvlco,
doullng with ovonts ut tho nation
al capitol that particularly nt
oct tho NorlhwoBt. Tho Tolo
grum maintains u special bureau,
with a staff of nowa-gathorors In
Washington to sift from tho gen
oral happenings tho news of par
ticular Interest to this section of
tbo United States. At this time,
when many questions of great
Importance, will como before the
new administration 'for decision.
Tho-Herald bolloves tins service i
will'bo of gonorn.1 Intorcst.
ICopco Staff Will I
And Banquet Here
Members of tlio staff or tlin California-Oregon
Power company will I
gather horn Hatimlay for conforoncn1
on rainpaiiy problems. Tlio general
(of(lclnlii from Han Kronclsco, dlvl
hIiiii officers from Yroka, Mndford,
'anil Klamnth Fulls mid members
of tlio locnl engineering nml operat
ing departments will purllclpiito.
In thn nvonlng a hnli'iunt will ho
liolil ut thn Whltn Pollcan liotol. At
,.. - . in ..- -,. n.iuirlnil tn
yutini 1" yuinuiin .,i wtnmj.i ..
gutiior rnuna inn inuio.
Thi'iin conferences nrn hold In
kllflnrnnl illvlxlnna frnm limit to
Jn) u (1 ,,,,,.,, t ,mv thorn
mrh munUl Thoro hM )oon !10n0
aMC.u lh lnlll waB ho,(, at Co,,co
. ,. . , .
uiwae r iiubiico .rao
DraWS to Close
Mason's Ilnxmakers nailed two of
.. .. i, . i
mo "ireo gnmi- riiiimi -mi uiii
jw,,.ril ,, Ul Klk's alloys last '
lilKUt. Underwood's Druggists u,,a ,
,,. rMon win ,,0wl ti.o lasij
naimm of thn tournament, urn ino
Idalo of tho mntrh Is not doflnltely
Thn final match mny docldn tho
tnurnnmnnt ns Mnson's nnd Upp's
tiuiins nrn now tlnd with 12 gnmos
won and 9 lost, nsch. It the Tail
ors ran Inkn thrnn ntralght gamos
In thn coming mutch thny hnro n
'chnncn to win.
I. ait night's scorns were:
1 ' 774
Kogurs ......... IKfl
jAlnutt .'.. 184
847 776 715
OVER AT LAST
WIASHINOTON, Mar. 3. Thoecn
aln and houso todny pascd thn bill
provining ni.'imi.uini inr nniuonai
nrn-l""1 - .
The Yainax District;
Fugitive Is Armed
Frank Hodorlquoz, also known aa
1 Frank Kodero, Jack Wilson, and half
armod and wa hoadod toward Yaln
ax, nccordlng to report from Sununora
to Shorlff Low yostordny. Two In
dian pollco nro on tho trail and flum
mors says ho will got tho man. Tho
fugltlvo has n bad reputation and
trouble la expected It tho offlcors on
I counter him suddonly.
i Ho wns arrostod for passing two
bad chocks horo, for $G0 nnd $25,
ono on tho Contrnl Hotel shoo shining
I parlor. Ho is also wantod on two
bad chock charges In Lake county,
undor tho namo of Jack Wilson. Ho
llvod at Chlloquln.
LAST IUTK8 TOMOIUIOW
FOR MISS HOWELL
The funeral of Miss Audrey How
ell who died Monday from a facial
InfocUon, will be hold tomorrow at
10:30 olcjo.ck from Wmtlocjc'o
ohapol. The' 'Rev. C. F. Trimoie
will deliver the sermon.
onEQON Tonight nnd Friday, fair,
(Telegram WiulilngUin Ilurenu)
WASHINGTON, Mar. 3. Oregon
KMri'B In tho report of tho commit
too on privileges and oloctlons sub
mitted by Honator Konyon yoHlordny.
Tho rnpiirt drawn no conclusions.
mnkes no recommendations, but Bug
mists thnl thn nnxt congress pan
now InwM to prevent such oxpondl
lures. It finds total expenditures of
thn presidential campaign woro $10,
338,609.92, of which $8,109,739.21
wns spent by thn republicans and
Tho ropubllcan nail democratic
stato committees of Oregon report
rccolptn by tho republicans pf
1820G.24 nnd tho domocrata of $12.-
1 633.28. In both casos no mo of this
i -..,-- aii in innni j-n m lint l irnn
"" "" uu" '" "-"-
, n,i,iion. thn ropubllcan sonn
torlnl commlttoo sont to
. . ,,., ,on, to C
Tw(J g,ntM roco,Tod moro, Arizona
$23,000 and Nevada $17,000.
Oklahoma tlod Oregon.
Tho sum of $375,979 was expend
ed by tho ropubllcan congressional
Lowdon spent almost four times
ns much as Harding, nnd oven Hoov
er spent moro thnn tho now presi
dent. Johnson led Harding by al
most $100,000. Hn spent more than
nit other cnndldatos combined.
Will Be Observed
From April 4 to 11
Klamath Kails merchants will tnko
un nctlvo part In tho national l'ros
nerllv Wook campaign. April 4 to
11. Tills was decided at last night's
meeting of tho merchant's burcnu.
Stimulation of buying through u
general publicity campaign and wip
ing out of old debts nro features of
rtoductlon of prices camo up for
discussion. Tho burcnu Is looking
Into tho matter of costs thoroughly.
Thn matter of n night watchman
on Main street was another subect
of discussion. Ily unanimous voto
It was decided to closo all business
houses from 1:30 to 3 o'clock today
In honor of tho memory of tho lato
Thn mooting was characterized by
merchants ns tho best got-togcther
nffalr attended hero. Tho majority
of thn city's business houses wns
roprnsonted. A Dutch lunch closed
ACTIVITY IN TUB HOY
Hoy Scout londors aro planning n
gonornl meeting for Scouts nnd
Scout Interests about March 15. Tho
executive commltteo yesterday dls
cusBod plans for a camp ground for
use of tho scouts in some nearby
scenic spot. Mills Addition Is con
sidering forming n Scout troop.
Tho chamber of commbrco has call
od a mooting for tho ovonlng of March
8 to consldor tho question of a polit
ical redisricting of tho dtato. At
tempts to socuro n reapportionment
that would glvo Klamath county ad
equate reprosontatlon In tho logls
laturo failed at tho rocont session of
tho loglslaturo. All lntorostod por
eons will havo a chnnco to oxpross
thomsolvos at this mooting.
Now It Is planned to launch a
movement that would give each
county In the stato one sonator, and
apportion 'representatives according
to population. It is hoped to have
the plan in shape, to eeur a refer
endum vote at the June election.
The plan would follow the lines ot
federal representation which, says
Secretary T, L. Btnnloy, In a circular
lottor that la to bo distributed wldoly
WILL LAUNCH STATE WIDE DRIVE
FOR REPBESENTATI SYSTEM
30 PER CENT
8ALKM, Mar 3. Tho public Ber -
vlrn commission lato yoaterday umlpr Mn leadership Is Incorporated,
grnnted nu Incrcaso of rates to tholW(n nB,t changes. It Is expected
1'uclflc Tolophono & Tolcgrab com
puny Tho IncreiiHPH uverago about
30 per cent over thn present rates.
The company asked fur a 45 per
The rates al Klamath Kails will
lliislni-ss phonos ono party lino
ji.ku; two party lino,
surburhan $3. CO.
Ilcslilnnco phono ono party line,
$3.00; two party lino, $2. GO; four
party lino $2.25; surburban lines
Thn Increase will affect Klamath
Falls subscribers to tclephono ser
vice In two ways. Thoy will pay a
higher rate for their phones but,
ir tins oincn gets its promised snaro
of thn Increased revenue, patrons
will got a better scrvlco and many
Klamath Kails has boon promlsod
$15,000 for new Installations, exten
sions of lines, especially In tho Ship
plngton district, and moro central of
Will Lee Selected
Wllllnm T. Loo, son of tho laU
Capt. J. I. Leo, county assessor,
wns appointed to tho vacancy cro
ated by his father's (loath by tho
county court Inst evening. Mr. Ieo
has long been u resident of Klamath
county and Is fully familiar with tho
duties of tho assoHsor's 'office.
LAST RITES FOR
CAPT. J. P. LEEI
, . . . , .
Closed business houses and public
buildings oday marked ") Bonoral
sorrow felt In this city at tho death
or Captain J. I. Leo.
Iist rites wero said for tho veter-
an assessor this afternoon al tho Elk's
tompio in 1110 presence 01 a iarBMpap(jr prepared for passago fiere., hearing Derore secretary 01 mo in
audlonco of sorrowing friends. Tho Yesterday Nelson doposlted a $1000 terlor Payne, which resulted In
dead man's pastor, tho Hov. C. F. check( payabIo t0 tho FIr8t Nat0nal modification of the original contract
Trlmblo, dollvorod an Imprcsslvo bnnk for coUoctIon. and secured a ' between the company and the United
oulogy. Tho ritual of tho Klks closed ,lcp0glt Mlp, It j8 thought by thosutes
tho ceremnnles. Member- of tho 0f(ccrB tbat he intended to start a. 1m"1 OH-ners Satisfied
American legion formed part of tho rald on Ioca, morchant8 today, using "u nas n,8 bcon necessary." says
lino that followed tho boay 01 mo
warrior ot another generation to its
last resting placo.
Tno BCUVO pun ocarera .. "-
llloomingcamp, A. Kallnn. of Maim.
Wm. Dolzoll. Win, Tlngloy and
George Ulrlch. ot Klamath Falls, nnd
B. M. Hammond of Merrill.
Tho honorary pall bearers were:
David Campbell. Captain O. C. Apple-
gate, J. W. Hryant. Frank Adami.
and tho county officials.
throughout tho stato, 'Is not auscopt
iblo to groat Improvomont."
Tho lottor points out thoso facts In
connection with tho 1923 sosslen:
In tho sonate: Thirteen counties
nro assured of ono or moro senators;
9 countlos will havo only ono-half
sonator oach; ono county will havo
only ono-half plus ono-thlrd aonators
oach; twonty-throo countlos havo no
assurance of any direct roprosonta
tlon, and twolvo counties will posi
tively bo without direct representa
tion. In tho house: Twonty-two counties
are assured direct representation;
fourteon counties have no assurance
of dlrct representation; thobretlcal-
ly. tlve counties win nave three-
fifths of a representative each,; six
counties will have one-hair ot a rep
resentative each three counties will
may havo no dlrtet. representation
Six countlos will actually havo no di
In Bonus Measure
(Trti'Knilii Wiuihliigtoii Itiirciiu)
WASHINGTON, Mar. 3. In tho
Boldleni' bonus bill reported to tho
senate, practically tho cntlro sol
diers' fnrm settlement plan as pre
sented by Chairman Slnnott of tho
jhouso commlttco on public lands last
,ynnr an(1 ,mgBed through tho houso.
thls bonus bill will bo passed early nia-uregon rower company.
In tho next session of congress, and Tho Pwor mPny appllca
thls foaturo of land settlement re- tlon Ponding with tho California
talnod practically as passed In Sin- railroad commission for salo of $1,
nolt's bill. If It becomes a law as' 849.000 worth of bonds under a re
exported. It will aid greatly In tho organization plan which will create
loarlr dovelooment of homesteads,
nmj KnltnB 0f ox-soldlers Into pro-
,iu,tivn dnvnlnnmnnt on now farms
hrninrhniii thn rf nun. nt hi.m
Owen Jones, Primary
Stnnottf Is -UllClCZe' cancolled and a now bonded indebt-
'odncss of $10,000,000 created, of
Despondent over HI health. Owen whIch u.ooo.OOO will bo Issuod pro
Jones, rollrpd Kplscopallan minister. BOnty. of tho three million Issue
and candldato for representative $1,151,000 will bo reserved to cov
ngalnst N. J. Slnnott at tho last prim-, or underlying bonds, and $1,849,000
ary, hanged himself with a strap In wj bo g0d to repay loan's of some
his room at a Portland sanitarium. 1 $481,900, now existing, and to pro
Saturday, according to Portland vlJo n fun,i fr extension work and
papers. Jones had boen a patient at improvements, of which tho local dl
tho sanitarium slnco December 6. Ill vision will rocolve Its share,
health forced him from tho ministry 1 Tho application before tho rail
last September. He leaves a wife ' roaj commission asks for the Ik
and son. Tho dead man's homo was anco of tomporary certificates for
at Uaker, Oregon.
IS JAILED BV
Gordon Nelson, aged 23, register -
ud at tho Wblto Pollcan hotel slnco
Sunday from Honolulu, was arrest-
cd at 1 o'clock this morning by
Sheriff Low, Chief of Pollco Wilson
and Prlco Itocob. on a cbarRO by
Oakland pollco that be had passed arlso from raising and lowering tho
$800 wopJh Qf bgd checkg , tM wter o thb Uppo.
cUy Neio confeMcd , m an, Selemcnt was virtually effected
aRrcc(, (Q relurn o Calforna wUhJat a hearng before tbo Chamber
QUt oxtrajiton, 0 Comraorco committee here, where
Amnn thn nrUnnnr- ffn ihn'an understanding was reached by all
fjjccrg (0unj $qo worth of bad
,ho depo6lt 8up as pioof lhat ho
aii a an BCC0Unt,
I The officers waited at tho hotol
from 1Q O.c,ock ,Mt ght ,0 onQ
,h,g mornln fof Nc,gon to t ,n
h ,f ,ho W d whonlf,' n" C??Cerne"m .". T
0 8howeil up ho WM arre(,t0lli 0,tlmo avoid n prohibitive cost to tho
had sovera, book8 0 b)ank conpnnr. Thcie negotiations have
,n pogsegsIo ,nclui,,nK bookg , now reached n point where It Is felt
j'from 0akIand and .,, bank8.;ha ny bo reasonably certain
Aa far a8 known NoIson pa88od that no Insurmountab o dlff Icultlos
,,, .... . . , , .win arise, aiinouga luuro is sun
but ono pleco of bad papor bore, a' . . , ' , ... ,
.! . .. .... ' ' ' much to bo dono In this regard."
$30 chock to tho White Pollcan ho-i .... .. . .. ,
. . . . ... , . ... . . Work on the dam, according to
tol. Ho had $30 In cash with him . ,. . ,
.... 1 . 1- 1 .1 1 .. J- C. Thompson, division manager,
nnd redoomed the check after his' ,,.., . 7
... will bo started as soon as the river
Ut 4 VOl.
Shorlff Low is waiting instruc
tions from Oakland ns to tho disposi
tion ot tho prlsonor.
TO TAKE JOB
(Hy Assoelntod Pross)
WASHINGTON. Mar. 3.-
Idont-elect Harding arrived hero this
nftomoon and went Into Immodlnto "" 'well known young folk of this
conforonco with Inaugural officials, Y w' be married today In San
on tho dotnlls of tomorrow's core- Francisco, according to a telegram
monies. A big crowd grooted hlmjrocolved by tho brldo's parents. Tha
at tho station.
Mr. Harding doflnltely announced
the seloction ot James J. Davis
Pittsburgh as secretary of labor
PRY LAW VIOLATION
Dick Williams vl .appear before gram that the ftwo 'y'oung peopU
Justice Gaghagen, tomorrow on a 1 were headed, for the California tne
charge of possessing liquor. Ho was ' tropolls and the. altar.
arrestod yesterday afternoon
h(s trial sot.
LINK RIVER 01
WILL BE BUILT
Work on tho Link Itlver dam will
ih" resumed this summon according
lo lho annunl report of tho Callfor-
" "o". corporation to tako over tho
Property of tho old. Tho new tom-
Pany will bo called tho California
Oregon Powor company, tho only
difference In namo being tho drop
ping of tho hyphen between tho
Million For Extensions
Under tho reorganization plan tho
Imn. nt Ihn nA rnmnnn wilt hn
I approximately a million and three
quarters dollars to make tho fund
Immediately available The certifi
cates would bo convertible Into
bonds when tho reorganization plan
Hond Iloldem Bark FLa-
Slgnlflcant of tbo confidence ot
the bond-holdors In tho financial
plan, says tho report. Is tho fact
that alt but two of tho old eom-
'pany's bonds havo been deposited
1 with tho commlttco which Is work
ling out tho details of reorganlza-
Work on tho Link River dam waa
stopped August 31, 1920, following
controversy between the company
and tho American Legion and other
Interests over damago that might
' Interests Involved, followed by a
tno report" 10 conauct negouauons
with tho various land owners and
timber mill operators about the
lako, so that tho work ot regulating
tho lako might bo conducted tn such
It manner as to protect the rights
flow drops sufficiently to permit op
orations, probably May or June. Tbo
'.nucleus ot a construction crew Is
being maintained here. It Is under
stood, Indicating that tho operation
will start nt the earliest posslblo mo
ment. Local Young Folks
Married In S. F,
Josephlno Low, daughtor ot Mr.
and Mrs. G. C. Low. and Rex Mc-
' Mlllan, Southorn Paclflo fireman,
marriage announcement com esas a
. general surprise.
ot Miss Low left a few days ago to
visit friends at Wood, with no-intimation
tbat matrimonial plans were
I brewing;' last' nlguf came 'tne teie-
The bridegroom's parents lire at
Santa Ana, California,