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KLAMATH FALL8, ORKOON, FRIDAY, APRIL H, IfKM.
PRICE FIVE CENTS
Sanction of two mmnliorn of tho
city council, wlio by their own nil
mission urn ultra xnaloun far Um
city's moral wiilfnru, apparently In
dicates that tho nnw upon air danc
Inic pavilion on Klamath nvortuo, be
tween Hoventh and ICIghlh streets,
ban boon passud by tho board of
It In obvious that Councilman Voll
mor npprovo for ho took tbn con
trnct to build tho pavilion, which
will bn road In fw dayi, lln In do
Inn tho carpontor work, assisted by
C. i:. Holomon, who crusted a nen
nnilon tnnt fall by bin denunciation
boforo tho city council of cortaln
Negotiations uro under way, It I
umtaritnod an good authority, for
thn Insurance or thn pavilion In ono
of tho companies fur which Council
man llogardus has tho agency Tho
premium bai not yot boon paid but
It ininu that thn llogardus agnncy
It appear that thn councilman
from the fifth ward bai broadonnd
hi vlows alneo Inst October, whon
hn dated bnforn a mooting of Uio
rontrul labor council that two of tho
strongest planka of his candidacy
waa thn prohibition of prlzo flghU
and public dancing,
Tho history of thn daneo pavll-
Ion. rradura will recall, hi one of
opposition at Its Inception, which
In tho end changed to advocacy. ,
Thn slto first chosen was botwrsn
Fifth and Blxth streets on Kla
math. Neighboring ownoTs pro
'tested thn flro risk and tho appli
cation ror a construction permit
was laid over.
A nnw slto was chosen, tho pro
tnstanta prosontod rocommondntlons
that tho now application bo grant
ed, and tho pormlt pasaod unan
imously with llogardua, nnd Voll-
mor voting "uyo "
Rrgardlnss of thn hows
whornforcs. llert McDonald, promo-
ler of thn enterprise, In crodltod In putchos. Foara arn ontortalnod for
city hall circles with tho practical tho anfoty of tho ontlro Orook ox
abltlty to smooth out apparently ' pedltlonary forces. Tho magnltudo
Insurmountable optiosltlon nnd of thn Grook ravorso la groator than
put his plan over nnd no promlnos
to conduct a clean amusamont that
will nppoal to all tho Torpslehor
ean dovoteoa and havo no objec
Tho pavilion la largo and well
lighted, well cqulppod with aoata,
and promises to bo Immonsoly pop
ular this summer. '
New Power Line to
Algoma In Use
Current was curried today far tho
first time on tho California Oregon
Paw or compauy'fl now lino to Algoma.
Everything worked perfectly It was
Monday, tho Huber rock crusher
near Algomu will start work, electric
power replacing atoam In tho opera
tion. Tho Algoma Lumbor company
also starts using power nt onco and
will usa moro as tho milling oporn
tlona nro Increased during tho Hum
mer. Mills Addition
Woman Is Dead
Mrs. Lllllo May Clark, wlfa of F,
II. Clark, dlod this morning of pnou
inopla at hor homo on Orchurd street J
' Mills addition. 8ho wait 40 years old.
Resides her husband alio Is surviv
ed by four chlldron, tho oldost aged
11 years and tho youngest u weok
old baby son. Hor parents, Mr. and
Mrs. John Willi I to llvo nt Fairbanks,
Cal and a slstor, Mrs. K. L. Dlggs
lives In Mills addition. Funeral ar-.
rangomonta await word, from tho par
ents. 8HINE PARLOR, MOVER
' . Tho" Exclusive "shineT-aVloa'as
' moved from Its old' location la' the
'Central Hotel building1 (6 711 Main
street In tho room occupied by the
' Ynwman Shoo nnd Repair shop.
Will Not Abandon
Own Selling System
CIIIUAaO, April 8. Tho north
west xroup of gruln growers nhould
maintain tlielr present orRanltatlan
which provides for u 100 pur font
pooling of contractu, whlln affili
ating with tho now national co-op-oratlvo
grain marketing corporation
which hail adoptod tho plan of op
Thl was tho vlnw oxprossod by
Ooorgo C. Jowott of Spokane, gon
oral manager of tho northern wheat
grownrn association, today.
Conntriictlon of tho Orator l.ako
Oil & Ons compnny'a dorrlck on Its
holdings about a half mile north of
Merrill, began thin morning With
all tho derrick tlmhor and other mat
orlul on the ground, tho company ox
pacta to complete the derrick within
ton daya Following tho completion
of thin dorrlck, the crow will trans
for Km actltvltloa to thn Northern
California holdlnga about six miles
south of Merrill, nnd another dor
rlck, a duplicate of the ono now un
der construction for tho Crntor Lnko
Oil & (Ins company will bo begun.
Tho dorrlck timbers and other ma
terial have already boon shipped for
tho Northoru,' California rig and
will bn on tho alto boforo the con
atrucllon crow la rondy for thorn.
Those derricks will bo standard 82-
to0. riRlli n0ttt will bo completed In
,ut throo wtnks.
n. I. Slltzlngor. !.. 11. Iluchannn,
H t. j,,,mert and Charles Illy, ox-
porli iced rig builders from tho Mid
way field In California have charge
of tho work.
Turks are Again
PARIS, April 8. Turkish Na
tlonallsta havo resumed tholr nd-
vnnco In tho Drum sector of Asia
Minor, according to official dia
0t frat auppoaod.
B. E. Sherwood of Chlloquln la a
visitor hero today.
J .H. Ilalloy, Macdool resident,
la hero on huslnoss.
Iloy Hickman, of Fort Klamath,
Is among tho muny out of town
'peoplo who aro hero on business
II. 0. Zuckorman, director of tho
Klamath drainage district, cama In
last night to look over his Intorosts
hero. Mr. Kuckormnn lives near
Stockton, nnd Is now numborod
among tho blggost potnto and onion
growers In tho Stockton vicinity.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. dago, who
havo boon visiting at tho homo of
tholr daughtor, Mrs. E. L. Paddock,
loft for San Francisco this morn
ing. From thoro thoy will go to
Fort Wnyno, Indiana.
O. T. Andorson, of Iloutty, Is on
his wny to Orlantl, California, hav
ing loft this morning In responso
to n mossago which stated that his
mother was very 111.
W. T. Murphy, tlmborman of
Portland, loft for homo this morn
ing nftor spondlng sovoral days horo
Mint Innda attrnctod C. C. Low,
of Portland, to this city. Ho loft
for homo this morning nftor satis
fying bimsolf that Klamnth county
mint lands aro nil that Is clalmod
for them. '
Harry Holgato, district counsel
for tho U. S. reclamation service, la
here from Portland on business.
LARGE CROWD AT
Following tho Installation of new
qfffcirB la tab Elko' Temblo. last
nlgqt, the latr tcowd-vresent-oajoV-ed
a e'odil evenlrlg. with refresh?
raents. An unusually largo number
C. OF C. SPEAKER
A largo crowd last night heard
Thomas II. Itood, profossor of polltl
cat sclenco at tho University of Cali
fornia, and formor city managar of
Han Joso, Callfornln, In a locturo on
"Tho Modorn Chamber of Com
merce," In support of tho member
ship campulgn of thn Klamath coun
ty chamber of commorco.
As city manager of San Joso Dr.
Hood undertook to conduct an ox
pnrlmnnt In municipal government,
nnw at tho tlmo In tho wost, but In
tbn docado that has slnco olapscd be
coming moro popular. Ho had a
rnthor stormy administration, duo to
the strong ad verso political elements
that would not accept tho now theory
of government. Whon ho finally ro
tlrod tho University of California so
cured his sorvlcos.
Dr. Itood Is nationally recognize:1
as an uuthorlty on governmental sub
jects. Ho marshalled his argumcnti
In scholarly fashion and dollvrre'
them with considerable oratorical of
foct, though ho disclaimed tho gift
Efficient leadership Is essential to
auccoss In democratic government,
a!d tho spoakor, and tho aim of tho
modorn chamber of commorco la to
provide trained leadership for the
united community effort to build a
Ho ploadod for harmony and or
ganization In tbo community, tho
forgetting of past differences and
submersion of personal Interests to
tho campaign for tho development of
tho whole community.
Klamath Falls Is n city with a
future, Dr. Itecd declared. "Ood nnd
tho reclamation scrvlco did much fpr,
your raJley, nnd -with mnplo-walsr
nnd fertile soil you have groat nd
antnges, hut you also havo a cor
responding responsibility." ha said.
Thn day I coming, ha foretold,
whon this city will bo on tho main
lino of tho Southern Pacific and link
ed as closely to Portland and Seattle
as It now Is to San Francisco and
With all Ita natural. advantages, Iti
present dovnlopmont, nnd an utv
doubtud destiny to bo realized, the
community Is fortunato and Its citi
zens should unlto and work constant
ly for tho hastonlng of dovolopmont
was tho burden of Dr. Rood'a advlco.
Tho modern chnmbor of commorco,
ho said, established the machinery
for co-operation In development nnd
tho citizens of Klamath Falls should
do nil In tholr power to aid In main
taining an nctlvo, otflclont chambor
Spoakora who procodod Dr. Ileod
worn K. D. Hall, prosldont of tho
chambor of commerce, Mayor Wilson
S. Wlloy, L. W. Depuy, manager of
tho campaign for membership, nnd
tho Itov. C. F. Trlmblo.
Mayor Wlloy said that when ho
cama horo fourtoon years ago tho
town had a population of COO or 700.
In his comparatively brief roaldcnco
ho had soon It grow ton times as
largo and oxpoctcd to witness great
er growth In tho future During his
rosldonco tho lumbor manufacturing
Industry had progressed from a small
boglnnlng to n point whoro Klamnth
Falls Is tho recognized loader of box
Bhook mnnufacturo on tbo const, with
a payroll or n million dollars monthly
In tho tlmhor Industry during tho
Mr. Dopuy oxprossod satisfaction
with tha Intorcst shown In tho mem
bership campaign, und discussed tho
working plans of n modorn chnmbor
Tho Ilov. C. F. Trlmblo, nn bonor
nry mombor of tho contrnl labor
council, spoko from tho working
man's standpoint. Tha worklngman
hns tho trnmo Ideals, the samo pat
riotism nnd tbo samo lovo of homo
nnd family ns any otbor man, ho
said, and anything that holps creato
a bettor homo environment In tbo
community and hotter conditions
would rocelvo his support.
AfrTUST SOLS PRICE
PORTLAND. April 8. Tho dl5-
frlubbts' tbtJiy1 met 'thh pVodUcbira'
p'reeof 'mJUc to grbrirs, but did
not reduce the tnrlce to Tesldoncer,
which remained 13 to IE cents a
LONDON, April 8. All efforts
of Premier Lloyd Ooorgo to bring
tbo minors and mlno owners to
gether In an attompt to settle tho
coal strike having failed, tho mi
nors' (executives wont Into confer
ence this afternoon with tho trans
port workers and railway men, tholr
partners In a triple alllanco of
workers, to dccldn whon tho sym
pathetic strlka should begin.
Tho announcement of tho decision
for tho sympathetic atrlko was
raado by J. T. Thomas, leader of
Pramlor Lloyd Ooorgo announced
today that tho govornmont would
call for volunteers for tho trans
port and other ossonttal sorvlcos m
a mothod of meeting tho prospoctlvo
trlplo alllanco strlka.
A royal proclamation, It wan an
nounced, will call up tbo army and
LONDON, April 8. Railway mon
and transport workers doclded to
night to strlko Tuesday morning In
sympathy with miners.
From Blood Poison
William Sparrow, n familiar tig
uro about town, especially slnco tho
tlmo ha mot with an accident to his
back causing him partial loss of lo
comotlvo control, was taken to tho
local detention hospltnl yestorday
suffering from blood poison. Several
days ago Sparrow's condition became
so bad that ho was taken to tbo coun
ty hospital. Ho objected to staying
thoro, nnd left during tho night re
turning to this city. Ho was picked
up on tho street a short tlmo after
his return. In a helpless condition,
and an examination showed that bn
bad Injured his arm, blood poison
ing having sot In. Tho report this
morning Is that tho poison has work-
, od Its wny up Into his shoulder, and
tho chanco for his mcovory Is Blight.
MUTINEERS INTO PORT
SAN FRANCISCO. April 8, Tho
j steamer Wlllhllo, accompanied by
I tbo cruiser, Tacoma, is atoamlng
up tho coast to San Pedro, Call-
'fornla. with her crow In mutiny,
according to n mossago rocolvod
horo. Tho Wlllhllo has a crow of
nbout SO men nnd sailed from New
York for 8an Francisco, March 5,
via tbo Panama canal.
Tho mutiny was so serious that
tho cruiser Tacoma sont a board
ing party to tnka possosslon of tho
(Wlllhllo. Tho mutiny occurred
i while tbo vessel was oft Laulon,
Reopen Phone Case
SALEM., April 8. Fred H. WI1
llnms, chairman of tho Public Sorvlco
Commission today went on record as
saying ho favored a rehearing In tho
tolophono rato caso nftor having read
Portland's petition. Ho favored tho
fullest Investigation, ho said. Com
missioner Ruchtol, now In Washing
ton, was roportod nlso to bo fnvor
nblo to n rohonrlng.
PORTLAND. April 8. Cattle,
weak; hdgs, shcop, eggs nad butter
OREGON Tonight and Satur
day, fair; wnrmor In oast portion
Saturday; light to hoavy frost in
Tho Cyclo-Stormagraph nt Un
derwood's Pharmacy registered
a rising barometric pressure this
morning but about nocn it began
to fall 'slowly. As tho prossuro
has boon tairly steady since last
report, no great chanso In
weather conditions Is expected
Forecast for nwet H hburp
Cloudy, probably continued
warm, xollowod by unsettled
State Fund Ready
To Match Lake Co.
PORTLAND. April. 8. Tho sUto
highway commission has otforcd
$100,000 to match tbo 1100,000 in
Lake county to bo sproad ovor a
two year period of road construc
tion. Work to bo dono Includes tho
stretch from Crookod Creek to Pais
ley on thn north and south road and
approxra lately ton miles on tho
Lakovlow to Klamath Falls high
way In tho Drows valloy section.
Tho work wilt bo advertised
WILL BE TRIED
Assistant United States Attorney
Austin S. Flcgol, Jr., arrived hero
from Portland last nlgbt, and will
id II. D. Newell, project mBna.lop,nI(m waa that no gonera, ra0T0.
of tho U. 8. reclamation scr-',nni ,nworj. ,i.i.i,i t.i.
KUr ui UIU u. D. i-uubuiuiiuu Dt-
vico. in a suit ror aamagos. nrougni
oy a. uouriwrigm. wnicn win oa
board boforo Judgo D. V. Kuyken-
dall tomorrow morning nt 9 o'clock.
Somo time last June Mr. Newell,
whllo on official business, encount
ered somo of Courtwrlght's horsos
on n road about ono mile from Ma
lta. Another car coming from tho
oppoilto direction helped to contuse
tbo horses who, It is said, ran
through n wire fence, Injuring
If It Is necessary for Mr. Flcgol
to remain over on this caso, bo may
conduct tho hearing of L. J. Mas
tors, arrested for oporatlng a still
at his homo on Orogon nvonuo, and
nlso that of J. F. Elllff, arrested
on chnrgo of association In tho op
eration of a still at 39 Main stroot.
Habeas Corpus Plea
Will Be Decided By
Court Thi sAfternoon
Alleging that the commitment pap
ers In tho cacs of Harry Drown, col
ored, arrested on a chargo of stealing
money from tho O. K. Barbershop,
wero faulty, Attornoy William Marx
argued for his rcloase bctoro Judgo
Kuykcndal! yestorday afternoon,,
quoting liberally from tho statutes of
tho ttato to support his contention.
Tho gist of Mr. Marx' argument was
that tho commitmont papers, with tho
prisoner, woro consigned to tho tem
porary caro of Constablo Fred Mor
ley without the required endorsement
of tbo committing magistrate, Justlco
of tho Peaco Gagbagcn. It tho prison'
or had been delivered directly to the i
shorlff, It would havo been legal, Mr.
District Attornoy lfrower stated
that he was not given tlmo to proper
ly proparo his caso, but ho contended
that oen though tho commitment
woro faulty, tho basic requirements
of tbo caso wero substantiated and
correct, and that It mattered llttlo
bow tho prisoner was delivered to tbo
sheriff, Tho fact that ho was In tbo
shorlff's bands was sufficient ground
for holding him. Drown waived es
amtnatton at tho tlmo sot for his
hearing, and stated that ho preferr
ed to await tho grand jury's action.
Marx further contended that thoro
was not proper Investigation to do
tormlno whethor tho crlmo had been
committed. Judgo Kuykoudall ro
sorvod bis doclsion until this after
noon. SEKHORN RETIRKS FROM
THE WOOD UUSINKSS.
W. E. Seohorn has sold his Interest
In tho Seohorn Wood compnny to jp,anUff ,nglatod tho verdict could
Frank Frnnkford, who has been ns-not havo boon iesaiiy gi?on for the
soclatod with him In the business for defendont where a momentary con
moro than two years. Tho business Bldoraton wag involved, without the
will bo conducted as before from tho taictriK of evldonce. Defendant do
off Ico at 622 Main street. Mr. Seo-cn0, t0 argue bIa 8,da of th(J ca80
horn has othor Interests wnicn nro
claiming so much of his tlmo, that
ho found It Imposslblo to glvo any
attention to bis wood business.
NEW DEMANDS WILL
BE MADE ON GERMANY
PARIS, April fc.K was semi
officially stated today tbat fresh
reparations proposals are expected
from Germaay. - The. allies expect
to "iojjver thelruUltaitun tbyle:.
manv st the 'einlrltW of 'the timet'
iimi ai for "ths navmont oUtbe
20 bllllbn'"gold marks on May 1.
: H MM
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Shopbcrd, who
for tho past six weeks have boon
touring California, havo returned
homo. Wbllo travelling In Califor
nia, Mr. Shepherd took occasion to
visit tho lumber yards In the var
ious towns through which he pass
ed and mado Inquiries as to the aup
ply of material on band and tho
prospects for tha coming year. The
Information gathered waa encourag
ing and Indicates that when things
start tbo lumborlng Industry will bo
ono of tho most active.
"Every yard I visited," said Mr.
Shepherd today, "waa In about tbo
I samo condition "shot to plocos,"
(as thoy generally expressed It.
Amntlf ttlA rtnnlnm Din nrAvnlllna-
mont towardl replenishing their
Jtock wouM 0 mado unl ftctua,
ordor3 jugtIf,ed ,t. Tnoy Md tho
ndcalIong wero ror a b,K buUd.
!ne boom ,,, ., . , n.
plo settled down to tho bard and
fast fact that thero would bo no
further drop In prices and that
tbo tlmo for a constructlvo pro
gram la at hand.
Already thero Is a notlceablo tend
ency towarda optimism on tho part
of tho genoral public. Tho pooplo
seem to feel that tho cyclono has
passed, and whllo It has done a
great deal pf damage It did not
blow a bole In the ground and there
Is a solid, level foundation to start
For Coming Season
'" Alfred A'Parlchurst." thef jrelt
known Crater Lake development
pioneer who has held the hotel and
othor concesslpns of the famous re
sort for yoars, with his son Asa h.
Parkhurst arrlvod In tbo city from
Portland, says tho Medford Mall Trl
buno to look over the genornl situa
tion at this end for tho coming seas
on and to further look Into some Im
provements planned by Mr. Park
hurst at tho lake. They spent somo
tlmo In conferonco with Alex Spar
row, superintendent of Crater Nation
al park, In tho latter's offlco, and
may go to tho Roguo River gorgo
somo dlstanco beyond Union creek
during their stay here to vlow that
vicinity In connection with plans Mr.
Parkhurst has In mind.
Taking exception to Judgo D. V.
Kuykondall's decision In tho cases
'nf RhfiMffhnniuv ntrnfnitt J. f!. Vim.
ball In which Kimball was awarded
judgmonts which Included counter
claims amounting to $950, claimed
to bo duo for labor and on
notes, plaintiff's attornoy yes
torday afternoon. In a brief
argument, asked Judge Kuykendall
for reconsideration of the verdicts.
Articles or prejudice bad been filed
against Judge Kuykondall by the
plaintiff, but tho judge overrulod
thorn, finally docldlng for the de
fendant when tho plantltt's counsel
declined to go on with the cases.
In .tho argument yesterday It was
contended that whon articles of pre
judice nro tiled, the Judge has no
discretion In tho matter, and must
accodn to tho reouest for another
resMine iud-0. Furthermore.
Judgo Kuykendall has taken tho
matter under advisement.
MOVES JEWELRY STORE
TO NEW LOCATION
Frank M. Unp, wljo has been con
ducting a Jewelry) store at 511 Main
street, has Amoved1 Into the rooms
vacated by -the Exclusive Shine par-
loC Jo the Central hotel buUdlnr.
r5 ypp ulll coaue to. carry his
saba old ."rltabj llae'e'augntsf atfd
by the latest