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MONDAY, .IANTAHY 20. Ililli
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
i:. j. m unit ay
Published ilnlly except Sunday by
Tho Hornltl Publishing Company ot
Klamntli Fulls, nt 115 Fourth street.
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clal dlspntches herein are also re
Moses that is to lead tho country!
away from the bondage ot the meat I
trust, and prevent the pollution ot,
the halls of congress, the press, and.
many other public and senil-publlc
sources by the dirty dollars ot the,
"packing trust." Mr. Heney seems
to forget that the people thruout the
nation have taken his measure. Just
ns the people ot the Pacific Co:nt
have measured him and found him
ununK. .,..,. i ! Kail for a short time.
I no people oi me Linieu f mies , v. r r.iiMi-r is a iMiiiiiiiiu runs
are beginning to reallie that the cry lsitor from San Francisco I Mr and Mrs. J, 11. Mitchell and
against corporations nnd railroads ... ,, ... , .. . I ' lc'or Miller aro County seat vlst
MTTi.K HIOKMflHT ON LOCAL 8AWKX1NG9
AMONG TUK PKOI'I.R OK THIS CITY AND VICINTTY.
tiOINGS AND COMINGS OF LOCAL FOLKS
Mrs It 1-mul U a recent arrival In John Shook, a pioneer cattleman
Klamath Falls from Hcml. I of the Dnlry district. Is In Klamath
was rnlsed by a bunch of cheap, tin-,
horn politicians, who were quick to
see that It "took" with the voters.
V H. Franklin came in Saturday
exenlng from Weed, California.
tors from the Dly district.
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MONDAY, JANfAlJY 'JO, 101t
'Pitiless publicity!" Pooh! Where
Is It at the Peace Conference? What
has become of one of the President's
precepts about "open covennnts.
openly arrived at?" A not very care
ful search will find them among the
"scraps ot paper" in tho waste bas
kets of England, France and Italy.
Word comes from Europe that the
gag rule Is to be enforced, and the
public will know of the proceedings
nt the peace table only after a deci
sion has been reached and definitely
dlnposed of. During the progress of
the war we were told that the Peace
Conference that would lay the foun
dation for a peace that would (or all
time end war would be the first at
which the people of all nations would
have an opportunity to make their
will known and felt; that all ot the
proceedings would be open and above
board, and that the day of secret
diplomacy wus at an end. President
Wilson was the strongest advocate of
such a doctrine, but we can find no
yhere In the reports that are permit
ted to leak over the wires- from
France that he Is today demanding,
on behalf of the American people,
that the proceedings of the Peace
Conference shall be open-to the world
nnd that the newspaper men from the
United States shall be permitted to
sit In and tell what takes place at
the proceedings where the interests
of the entire world are at stake.
The only uncompromising friends
of tho people are the American news
paper men. The British representa
tives of the press were quieted with
the offer to have one of their number
handle the proceedings for them, but
the Americans, manifesting the same
spirit which turned the tide and won
the war of liberty for the world, re
fuse anything but unconditional sur
render to the will of the people.
Tho silence ot the President and
the American representatives Is the
greatest surprise so far growing out
of the proceedings, and It must event
ually lead to the conclusion that this
ullence Is due to a desire on their
part to keep from the American peo
ple the sorry spectacle they make at
the table, where they must acquiesce
to the dictation of the nations that
were defeated were it not for the
men, money and munitions of the
It is tho duty of the President to
btand firmly for "pitiless publicity,"
that the people of the world shall
know in advance that their rights are
not being bartered. If this program
of secrecy is followed, It will be the
final act necessary to convince the
world what it bus long suspected
that the "fight for democracy" was a
humbug, and was a slogan used only
to blind them to the fact that it was
really only a battle for spoils.
IIKNKY AGAIN AT IT
The Irrepressible Francis J. Heney
bus again found his voice after the
repudiating drubbing he got at tho
hands of his fellow citizens in Cali
fornia at tho last primaries, where he
was so overwhelmingly beaten for
tho democratic nnminutlon for gov
tir'nor. Tho average person (under
the same humiliating circumstances)
would "silently fold his tont" nnd
hide away. In the hills In the hopes
that ho would ho forgotten, but not
so with Heney. Wo find him appear
ing before the senate agricultural
committee raising his "voice of
righteousness" against everyone and
everything connected with the pack
ing Industry, hurling, forth his
threadbare cry of "trust," and be
smirching the good name and repu
tation of some of tho leading mem
bers of both houses, because they
have hud tho tomerlty to question
tho accuracy of some at tho state
ments of the gentleman from Cal
correction of many evils that wen' co
prevalent a few years ago. Heney
was one of these, but he, is not smart
enough now to see thnt the people
have tired of this class of ottlce-seek-
ers. One of the strongest proofs of II
morning for Son Francisco.
Concerted Move For
National Highways On
KANSAS CITY. Jan 20 A im-.try. for which federal bucking ' 'I"
tlotml orgunliutlon will bo formed sired, will be outlined al tomorrow 'h
hero tomorrow by representatives of ootneiitlon
forty-one big trunk line road ussocIh-! At the 1'hlnigo conference II 0
tions for tho purpose of seeking fed- Cooley of ..Minneapolis win appointed
oral aid for established national high-1 temporary chairman ami Frank A
'Daxls, Kansas City. lmporar necni
It Is hoped that out of tho couveu- tar.
Hon will grow a union sulllclently! Mr. Dal win that the road ushii-
Ros.s W. Finley, 1). O Ivan and S. R. ' ,, . . ... . ' strong to Impress congress with the clatlons Interested In the coinen
Sargent are County seat visitors from!!' ' ,',., J ,, . , ."? P .'need of official recognition of the 'lion represents between Ilfi.mtii and
Merrill. j " ,,nS U bnCk " hU VMl ,0dny highways represented .and of exteu-j 10,000 miles of established l.lKh
O. Adams and Robert Hurlon , .. " c,.v. . ... l.k. .... , ,,,,. rrriH Instead
.. . . (i ... , . . . ... Itttttlt. ( ' 1 IX J tll IVIIIIIIUM IM'HI H IIVIM I I'J H'lll" ......-.,--.
..,..: " ," ' - ;. ., short business visit in California,
the published reports of the earn- from Portland.
ings of the leading packing compa-
nles. These show that some of his '
statements are untrue, it would In
deed be a relief If he walked the
plank leading to obscurity.
Miss Ruth Avery nnd Miss Alleen
Smith made a trip to Weed Cnllfor-1
11. D, Newell Is among the recont
city arrivals. He comes from Hermit-
i ton and Is stopping at the Hotel I Id 1.
The convention was decided upon I of continuing as) Individual orgunUa-
recently at a Joint convention of the
American Association of Slate High
way Officials and the Highways In
dustries Association at Chicago Rep
resentatives of thirteen trans-cond
itions, it Is believed that rapid prim
ress In road building will be possl
hie, Mr Davis said
cieciea uovemor or i
Kansas While Abroad!
i ma y e:it'r!iur.
I ,v., ,., ... .. t na Ktranud. a aheep buyer Is
, ... .. v ........ .- .... ........... hcfe ffom Sjn PrancUco for a fcw nenui and Interstate highway asso
i" "'",. ." Tm roKls,l,re, days, lie Is a guest at the Hotel clatlons attended this conference,
at the Hotel Hall. i,ii ...
. i ii m expected inni a uemme sys
We sell milk from tubercular-test-1 Mr. ana Mrs. Al Molhnse left thbi
ed cows. Anyone wishing the besti morning for a visit of several weeks
Item of roads covering the entire conn
quality of milk with prompt nnd elfi-
icient service, phone 49.
i 20-6t ALTAMONT DAIRY.
Hopes Women Will
Adopt This Habit
As Well As Men
l Glass of hot water each morn
ing helps us look and feel
clean, sweet, fresh,
with relatives and friends In llerke
ley. Mr. and Mrs. D. McKcnile are here
from Portland for a abort time. Thej
, aro guests at the White Pelican
' T. W. (Iruham came In last even-
, Ing from ReaHluff, California. He
, Is registered at the White Pelican
t Don Kern, who operate a cattle
ranch In the Keno section, la looking
after business Interests In Klamath
. Falls today.
PUT CREAM IN NOSE
AND STOP CATARRH
TelU How To Open Clocged No.
trils and Kjid Hrnd-Coldn.
II Isn't ecniioui) and It
Isn't wise to Ini) Miijllilnu
but (lie In". I In drugs. -
We Imve gnluetl Hie inn
llilrmc of our iiisluiiieis !
xelllllg ilrilgs of llie lilubeil
qiiallt) only. You I'liniint
buy mi) oilier kind here,
mill )iui ore nhtii)N .iifi.
mtil Mite (lull nnttilng Iml
the besl ilillgs will lie mild
In llils store.
V0 hLVtVlll tAU-S (IKLtiOrt . " I
HLAMUII IALI.S IIWLIiON
SOV-ELta UtNKr J AUEM
Henry J. Allison, editor of the
I Hippy, bright, alert vigorous and
vivacious a good clear skin; a natural
rosy complexion and freedom from ill
ness are assured only by clean, healthy
I blood, if only every- woman and like
wise every man could reallie the won
'ders ot the morning Inside bath, what
a gratifying change would take place.
Instead of the thousands of sickly,
anaemic- looking men, women and girls
with pasty or muddy complexions; In
stead of the multitudes ot "nerve
Wichita (Kansas) Beacon, has just wrecks," rundowns," brain fags" and
returned to this country after spend- pessimists we should see a virile, opti
Ing eighteen months on the American rulstlc throng of rosy cheeked people
front as a Y. M. C. A. secretary to everywhere. y
take up his duties as governor ef: An Inside bath Is had by drinking.
Kansas. He was so busy with his leach morning before breakfast, a glass
"Y" duties that he did not return 'of real hot water with a teaspoonful of
for the campaign, and has the dls- limestone phosphate In It to wash from
tlnctlon of being the only absentee jihe stomach, liver, kidneys and ten
candidate ever elected in this coun-'yards of bowels the previous day's ln
IMG AIR KKRRY FROM
LONDON TO PARIS ON.
digestible waste, sour fermentations
and poisons, thus cleansing, sweeten
ing and freshening the entire alimen
tary canal before putting more food
Into the stomach.
. Those subject to sick headache, bll-
LONDON, Jan. 20. A regular nerJjousness, nasty breath, rheumatism,
lal passenger service between Lond-coids; and particularly those who have
on and Paris In connection with tho;a pallid, sallow complexion and who
peace conference will be inaugurated 'are constipated very often, are urged
tomorrow. A number of airplanes to obtain a quarter pound of limestone
have been fitted up for the service. , phosphate at the drug store which will
They have a comfortable, cabin for lCOSt but a trlne but Is sufficient to dem
two passengers, including cushion on3(rate tlle quIck aml remarkable
seats and a table entirely enclosed icljange ln bolh ueaUn and appearance
with glass. The airplane will make awaiting those who practice internal
the trip ln two hours. I sanitation. We must remember that
, Inside cleanliness Is more Important
Licking war-savings stamps leaver than outside, because tho skin does not
a pleasant taste In the mouth. Try absorb impurities to Contaminate the
it. Chicago Dally News. .blood, while the pores In the thirty
HOW SCOUTING PLANES ARE LAUNCHED
FROM BATTLESHIPS FROMUTOP OF BIG GUNS
Now that the wur Is over the con- shows a Hrltlsh scouting piano leav
ing one of tho new Hrltlsh battle
sor is permitting the public to learn
icrulhura. Two of the warahlp'H big
some of the moat Important military guni( support tho runway and landing
According to Mr. Heney, bo Is thojsecrets. This official photograph J platform,
Orb Campbell, a well known ranch
er of the Pine Crove section bought
supplies of the Klamath Falls mer
chants Saturday afternoon.
Leo Saucr, who has been, working
In the Klamath Falls Creamery left
this morning tor a short visit with
his parents at (.rants Pass.
I No more dutlnetu, hnnducliM, no
I hawking, snuffling, mucous ills
I charge or dryiins. no aim lliii; tor
ri;.TF.R WAS SO WK.IK COI'I.D' bieath at night
11 IHIILY WALK (JAINS TWKV j Tell jour druggUt im want a small
'I POUNDS r.V I'.UdMI rV.; little of Kly's Cream llulm Apply
I-C f I a little of this fragrant, uuiUoptlc
1 cream In your uotrlln. let It penulrato
"I will chcorfully tell anyone, who'"'"-'' -'ory ulr passage, of tho head,
la looklnc for something to t,n, ! aoottiu and heal the hwoIIiiii, Inflamed
mucous meinnrane, ana reuri comes
It Is Just wiutl every cold and ca
tarrh sufferer needs Don't sta stuf-(ed-up
Vou feel line In a fnw moiuents
Vour cold In bead or catarrh will be tgMg ?!! !? !!
gone. Your clogged nostrils will
open The air passages ot jour nenu
will clear and you can brvntho freely
them up, tluit Tanlac certainly
brought me out of tho klnki," win
the characteristic statement made b)
Jchn A. Meyers, house pnl.iler and
('.ecorator of Deardan, Washington
.vhl'c In M.mottroyd's a- Sp)kime,
"I enn't sny that ' H-id-rcl r n v
particular pain," he continued, "I'
..... ... . ... i
Harry W. Cheesewrlght arrived Ju" nau '0 lle"o '"" K"t 'o
Saturday evening from Chicago on terribly run-down condition. I he
matters of business. He Is stopping. I,cve could l,avu " u wook wUh'
at the White Pelican Hotel. I out fcellnR '"'). What little I
J did eat was forced down nnd Hnemed1
The remains of J. E. Vose who pas- ,0 j0 ie no good, ns I lost weight
sed away Saturday morning at Fort ,.nd strength all the time. I hnd.
Klamath are to be shipped tomorrow K(-(ten jown to n,oiit skin and bones,
FRANK T. GUNTHER
line Wiilcti Repairing n
(121 Main Street
to his former home at Cold Hill.
H. N. Moe ot Moe and Company
left this morning for SanFrancosco,
where he expects to spend the next
few days on matters of business.
Lieutenant Dr. J. H. Carter came
In Saturday night on a twenty day
furlough. Ho Is In the Naval Serv
ice and at present stationed In Vir
W. E. Lamm of the Lamm Lumber
Company of Modoc Point came In last
evening from San Francisco where he
has been on matters of business for
the last few days.
You're welcome to calendar for
the New Year. We have good sup
ply of homely ones and m pretty
ones. Cbllcote Jk Smith.' 24
How about JHIbernia Irredenta?
Tlilnl Official Government War Film
"UNDER FOUR FLAGS"
Five Solid Heel of vivid scene.
filmed by photographer of tho U H.
Signal Corp, V. K. Navy and Allied
ArmlcH of the lost great buttle, lend-
Ing to the downfall oT Germany.
A Throe Keel Comedy.
AdinliNlon 10 29 cent.
Show Start 7:00 and 0:15.
ALMA RUMENS AND Una V. MONO
"THE PAINTED MLLY"
Hearst I'uthe New and A
AclmlNolon 10 211 cent. MttUnco
U.0. Evening 7:30 St 0.
MERRILL OPERA HOUSE
TUESDAYS AND SATURDAYS
ond was so weak that I was actually
nfrnld to go up on n house to paint j
My energy nil left me and I had t;ot
ten to where I couldn't hold out to.
do a whole day's work.
"I had read about Tanlac bolni;
lnc for poople In n rundown coniC
tlon. and I now know for mysolf, fort
It bos put mo In shape to where I
have already gained twenty pounds.!
And speaking of appetites, I've got
the best ono I ever had. Meal tlinci j
comer too slow for me and when thny j
i'o pet around I hardly know wh'on to
quit eating. I bara gotten my i
sttength and energy back too. mut
now I can do as much work as any
innn my age. I had been losing
gtniind two or three years and ncth.
Ing ever hit the spot until 1 got Tan
lur. so It certainly Is the medicine'
Tanlac Is sold in Klamath Falls by
the Star Drug Co., and In Lorelta by
the James Merc. Co. Adv.
Ladies' & Men's
MADE TO ORDER
REST OF WORKMANSHIP
PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED
Prices arc very renionnblo
Your inxpcrlion Invited
Chas. J. Cizek
rtJS Main Ht.
RECKARD RENT SERVICE
Night Plume 3(8
For next irrigation eiiun lniiill !
ordered now ,lu order to gel the prop
er tiiilpiueiit ami Injure ilellverj lu
time, nt ImieM ml. Lei Uo lnlnll
jour iMiuipliig plaul.
VOI R MOTOR RIGHT
VOI R PI MP RIGHT
VOI'R INSTALLATION RIGHT
THAT WILL STAY RIGHT
Place jour order wild u, unci jitii
know Jim are right.
Guild eiigllieerlug nnd liitnlliitl"ti
hiivii anuiial evpeuie .mill given liet
ter elllclency. EMlmato fiiriiNlieil.
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