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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
J. M U R n A V
Published dally eicept Sunday by
Tlio Herald Publishing Company ot
Klnmnth Falls, at 116 Fourth street.
Entered at the postofflce at Klam
ath Fall!), Oro., tor transmission thru
tho malls as second-class matter.
Subscription terms by mall to any
nddross In tho United States:
Ono yoar . . J5.00
Ono month .60
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ot all news dispatches credited to it
or not otherwise credited in this pa
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TI'KSIAY, .IAXCAHY ill, llt
A WltO.Vti TO THK FI;HTI(5 MAX
Ono of the injustices perpetrated
on soldiers by the war department Is
the denial of commissions to enlisted
men whose promotion had been rec
ommended, but not granted, before
the armistice was signed. The sen
ate has adopted a resolution calllnr
upon Secretary linker for modifica
tion ot the order or for reasons why
it should stand, says the Oregontaa.
Many soldiers earned commissions
by their conduct in the battle of the
Argonne forest, one of the most ob
stinately fought battles ot the war.
in which the American army drove
the. pick of the German army from
strong positions held with great ten
acity. Others won like honors by
their part In tho Flanders battle, In
company with the British, in which
the Germans were driven across the
Scheldt River and were being crowd
ed toward the Meuse River. These
two battles brought the Germans to
the point ot surrender, and enabled"
the Allies to impose the terms which
are equivalent to surrender. Yet, be
cause the soldiers have done their
work so well as to bring about this
glorious result ,the result Itself U
made the reason for denying them
the honors they have earned. The
defense Is made that men recom
mended for promotion are eligible
for commissions in the reserve, but
they may not wish to enter the re
serve, and they are entitled to com
missions before or upon discharge.
The senate should not rest satisfied
with any plausible explanations, but
should Insist on a square deal for the
men who did the fighting. These
men need a more vigilant watch over
their interests because other men in
i uniform who have enjoyed the com
fort and security of offices in Wash
ington have received promotion while
they were on the battle line. We do
not want to have the value of mili
tary titles won in the war depreciated
by the presence of a swarm ot epau
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reaching out to get a little .more, and
open up new feeding places for oth
era. It would be wise It (hey would
take off their coats and do a little
real work for a while, lest tho public
gets tired of the whole business ami
change the program by having most
of the clerical work of the 'state done
by contract. There are several ac
counting concerns in the stale that
would be glad to do It, and" at a fig
ure that would save Orcgpn thous
ands ot dollars.
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'Complete exoneration of Colonel
A. K. Deeds ot the Slgnat Corps,
whoso trial by court martial was rec
ommended by Charles E. Hughes In
his report on aircraft production, has
resulted from an Investigation by a
special war department board ot in
quiry." Press dispatches.
Of course! Who expected any oth
er result! Was the war department
going to prepare and promulgate its
own Indictment? It is now seen that
the senate was right when it wanted
to conduct a separate investigation.
There Is some hope that the whole
nasty mess will be exposed when the
next congress meets, when it will
cease to be a "rubber stamp" affair.
Mover In the history ot the nation has
an administration that promised so
mum Muled out to nothing.'
I.tTTMS HtDKMClHT.S J)V LOCAL HAIVKN'INOH
AMONG THK PKOI'I.K OF THIS CITY AM) VICINITY.
GOINGS AND COMINGS OF LOCAL FOLKS
Fred D. Fletcher Is a Khuuntlt
Falls business visitor from Seattle.
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One of the bright spots looming In
the distance la the prospect that the
people of Klamath County will be so
busy taking care ot the development
that is coming this way they will have
no time to interest themselves in any
petty squabbles that may arise or be
in progress. Never in Its history
was the spirit of optimism so pro
nounced. And It would be well it all
of us took this tact under considera
tion, and see if we cannot remove any
obstacles that may be in the path of
the rapid development of the re
sources of Klamath County.
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Tho mulls are full of articles that
are being sent to the press for publl
cation, appealing tor help for the re
turning soldiers, and urging the open
ing up of public work, that they may
be given employment. Careful search,
however, falls to bring to light any
suggestion that some of the hundreds
of thousands ot swivel-chair warriors
in Washington will step aside and
give up their places to the men who
saved the. world from the oppression
of might against right. It the war
department, and the other depart
ments, will call back from France
some of the boys whose pay has been
held up for months ,and whose allot
ments to their dependents have not
been forwarded, and give over to
them tho Jobs of the fellows who
.crowded to the Nation's capital to
save their hides, there will be less
need for the frantic cries for help for
tho soldiers. It would be wise for the
administration to adopt some such
policy, and save itself from the storm
thut Is browing over the Injustice
that has been done and the ingrati
tude shown to the men who fought so
Valiantly for the liberty of the world.
There is a day of reckoning coming,
nnd some politicians had better be
gin looking uround for a safe place
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A bill hus been Introduced In the
state legislature that has for its ob
ject the creation of a department ot
state police. It should never see the
light of day, even In the committee.
Wo have about as much use for a state
police force in Oregon as a dog has
for two tulls. Instead ot trying to
create now ofllces, the legislators
ought to devote a little time to abol
ishing ubout hulf of whut we have
now, Everywhere, from the town
ship to the Nation's capital .there
ure too muny tax-eaters. Tho ones
ut the trough are not satisfied with
what they have, but are all the time
When you have your supper and
liht your cigar tonight, don't settle
down for an evening, of quiet. Just
put on your hat and coat and ramble
down to the city hall and ,Joln the
Auto Club ltyoutqica,a machine. It
you don't own one.goany way, tor
there will .berthings )olng there that
will be ot Interest to you. This is
not going to be the first meeting of
a development character that is go-
ins to, be held r In this city. It Is Just
the beginning, and you might Just as
well start now retting used to it. It
your wife objects, bring 'her along,
too. Remember, If you are not at
the meeting tonight you .will have to
be classed as a pead one, .for Klam
ath County must .have a 100 per cent
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Now that the auto .owners have
commenced to get busy, wouldn't it
oe a gooa tning u tne commercial
Club woke up and did something, too?
The Herald has one very .Important
matter that it wants to bring to the
attention of whatever development
organization may be formed. It has
to do with the location of a sawmill
at Klamath Palls. There will be no
trouble In getting the mill, if- some
necessary things are done, and they
are, things that ought ,to be done for
the general welfare of the city. It
will involve no. bonuses or donations,
as we are absolutely opposed to the
"pass-tbe-hat" propositions. What is
good ,f or one Is good for all, and ull
should pay for it.
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We sell milk from tubercular-tested
cows. Anyone wishing the best
quality of .milk with prompt and effi
cient service, phone 49.
20-6t ALTAMONT DAIRY.
John Stnnnil, who has been hero
for short tlino from Camp Lewis.,
,,,,.,,,.,, ; lft this morning for Sacramento.
Mrs. Jack I.tnkeubnck loft this
morning to Join her husband, who Is jrs ,i T, (jnrtrell left this muni-
now employed at Hilt. Calif. ; ,. for (.orl Worth. Texas, and points
jln Georgia, with the expectation of
' ltm absent between live and six
Mr .and Mrs. W. II Hois and 0. W.
l.yttle left this morning for Grants
Pan, where they expect to remain
for an extended time.
.Mrs. A. l Williamson and Mrs.
Mr nnd Mrs. Al Campbell left ihllJoh" 'M wll "" Wtlng
morning tor Gridley. Calif.,
the expect to remain fur a short j
visit with Mr. Campbell's parents.
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Where' ihmiiu i ,hib, m-aii:i, imsntMin
at Men III. left on the train this
.'morning. Mrs. Williamson goes to
lC.utMis nnd Mrs. Wolfe goes to her
W. C. Onlton left this morning for homo at I.os Molluos, Calif.
Montague on matters ot business tor
a few days. Mr. Oalton Is an exten
sive cattleman ot tho Malln section.
Mrs. Henrietta F. Melhase left this
morning for Portland, where she ex
pects to make an extended visit with
her sister, and see other old friends.
Mr. and Mrs Itoy Pardee were pas
sengers on tho train this morning for
Illddle. near Portland, where thoy
expect to remain a short time, and
then go to Portland Mr. Pardee has
been In the employ of the. California
Oregon Power company hore.
CALIFORNIA IIAU7KST K'K
AND OltANGKS TOGF.TIIF.lt '
SOI.DIF.HS HF.LIF.F HILL
Ml'ST lK PASHM) :.IN.
GRASS VALLEY. Cnl.. Jan. 21
The harvesting of thousands ot tons
of ice In the high Sierra mountains
with a temperature ranging well be
low zero, while, at the same time,
only few miles away in the valleys
oranges, lemons, grape-fruit and
other fruits associated with tropical
countries are being picked in com
mercial quantities, is going on in
Nevada county, Kastern California,
at the present time.
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"You are still unbeaten." Kbert Is
quoted as informing the Prussian'
Guard. Roy, page the Marines! '
New York Tribune.
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SALKM. Jan. 20 The leglslnturo
Is expected to re-enact the bill for
1200.000 for soldiers rel'of today.
The orlglnul bill was declared to be
till' oiutltutlonal because It failed n
ftiVc the Secretary of State, the po.
er to draw the warrants.
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You're w drome to n calendar for
the New Year. We hate n good sup
ply of homely one and some pretty
ones. Chlltotr Smith. 24
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What Herb Hoover said to von den
l.ancken goes for that whole hunch.
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DON'T 8UFFEH! BELIEF COMES
THE MOMENT YOU RUB WITH
OLD "ST.' JACOBS LINIMENT"
Thomas H. Ince '
DOROTHY DALTOV I
" 'FLAKK-UP' SAL"
A story- of the 40 Gold fields. Full of
Thrills, Romance urn! Itreath
Two IteeLs of Comedy. ,
AdmKslon 10 & 25 cents.
Show Starts 7:!$0 and 0:1.1.
Third Official Governtneii' War I ilni
"L'NDKR FOUR, FI..IG.V
' Also a Hlg V ConiPdy
Admlvtlon 10 & 15 cents Matinee
2.30. Kvenlngs 7:3(1 & II.
New City Laundry
We Guarantee Our Work.
Shirts and Collars Laundered.
We also wash silk, wool, and col
ored gods very carefully. Try us
once and be convinced. Our price
are right. Phone 154.
127 Fourth Street
Back of First National Bank
Roofing of All Kindt
W. D. MILLER
The Winnek Co., Inc.
426 Main Street
We offer for a limited time, while stock
lasts, choice California strained honey
candied at 25c the pound, in 60-pound
cans; at 2 pounds for 55c in less quantities.
Local Hams, fresh cured, sweet and of
fine flavor, at 42 Vic.
Local Shoulders' or Picnic Hams, the
Local Bacon, light, just right for slicing,
at 50c the pound.
Last July we placed an order for Brooms.
They arrived yesterday all weights and
sizes, priced at $1.25, $1.35, $1.50.
The cold weather in Cali
fornia has delayed ship
We shall get fresh ship
ments next week.
The Winnek Co.. Inc.
a y M o .Tl o A f A T II
o main ai. rnone o iviamain raus y
-"ka-eK-ea-ea-aHa-ea-eS' 5'2' eja-eja-a-eje-je-j 22 222a2 ee-J s-2i
plioHiintn will cont very little at tti
itniK More, but Is suttlclont to make
aii)iitlf wlm In botliereil with lilloui-
' ness, I'linslliiatllun, Httmmcti trouble or
1 lit'Utiuit trim 11 real eiitliiinliint on Ilia
1 subject of Internal mwilliitlon. Try It,
I mil oti are nnHureil t tin t you will look
' better 11111I feel bettor In evury wsy
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MERRILL OPERA HOUSE
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TUESDAYS AND SATURDAYS
Merrill. Oregon j
AXYWHKRK IX THK CITY
Don't stay vore, stiff and lame!
Limber up! Rub soothing, penetrat
ing "St. Jacobs Liniment" right In
your aching muscles, joints and pain,
(ul nerves. It's the quickest, surest
pain relief on earth. It Is absolutely
uarmlft8sBnd .doesn't .burn the skin.
"Hi. jacooa Ltiniroenv conquers
pain. It instantly 'takes away any
ache, soreness and stiffness In the
head, neck, shoulders, back, legs,
arms, fingers or any part of the body
nothing like it. You simply pour
a little In your hand and rub "where
It hurts," and relief comes instantly.
Don't stay crippled I uet a sraull
trial bottle now from any drug storo.
It never disappoints ptx gold medal
"TRAITORS WITHIN OUR GATES"
Big State-Right Production
"GREAT UNKNOWN" '
"Riders of the Purple Sage"
Admission 10c and 20c
A child ucrompunlcjl by pur-
flit iidmlttttl free with u UOc
Th In Tliruli'r now properly
lienleil and Ventilated.
l''uuiljfuled every iillit
History will record no iio-ii fateful
days In France than thme iiwredliitc
ly p.-eifdlliK and follovln t'i'J meet.
Ing St the representatives of thu Al-
Hies at VerHiilllcH and the nai'ilu or
(ienerul Foch ns tho head of the en
lorillnated armies. The Rreiit drlvy
of tho lluns, which bej!iin Mnrrh 21.
! wns Mttll preceeding: tho way Kcemed
open for tho enemy to reach tho Hub
llsli Channel. Foch nnsumed roiiimaiid
when the fortunes of the allien on tho
field of buttle were at the lowest ebb.
Tho first drive wan stopped; thone
thnt followed were limited, despite
their apparent huccchh. Tho tide de-'
finitely turned at Chateau Thierry
Tho latest war feature picture of
the DIvLfllon of Films, Committee on
Public Information, "I'ndor Four
FlaKH," released thru the World Film
Corporation, tells this story, as well
as the story of tho marvelous bat Hex
of tho Italian armies on the I'luve
front. It will bo soon at tho Temple
tonight. Admission 10 & IT. cents.
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At tho Star Thentro tonight, the
Htar will be Dorothy Dalton, wlfomij
dimples aro fast becoming as well ,
and directed under the personal sup
ervision of Thomas II Ince himself
It deals with the plcluicHiiie lfe r
the early .fifties' in California, Just
after the discovery of gold. Miss
Dalton's tole Is that of a wln.iome, ,
somewhat lioydenlsh orphan who,
fights her way through life with head
high and "elbows out " Thurston
Hall, William Cnnklln, J. I' Lock
ney and other well know n players
make up the excellent supporting
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Glass of Hot Water
a Splendid Habit
Open sluices of the system each
morning and wash away the
poisonous, stagnant matter.
Those of uh wiio nut uccUHtomed to.
feel dull and heavy when wo arise;
known uh "Kltly Cordon's back" mid .splitting headache, stuffy from n cold,
who, through tho medium of I'nra- foul tongue, nasty bienth, ncld stom-
mount rictures Is bluzonlng hor wuy.aeh, lumu back, can, Instead, both look
to fume. Tho plcturo, " 'Flaro.Cp'utul feel as flesh its a daisy by wohIi.
Sal," was written by J. (i. Hawks .ng tho poisons and toxins from the
body with phosplinU'd hot wntor each
We should drink, before breakfust, a
glass of real hot water with a ten-
It l-n't ecoiioui) nml It
lin'l Mine 'to buy mi) tiling
but the beit in drug'.
'We liae gained the coif
llilenre of our rlixtonifri b)'
celling drugs of the liigluvd
iiinlily only. You ramiol
buy any oilier Itlnil tieie,
anil a in are nlnii)N safe
noil Mire thnt nothing but
the bent drugs will be mild
In this store.
Don't Buffer I Get a dime pack-
of Dr. Junea' Headache
neys and ten yards of bowols tho pre
vious day's Indlgeutlblo wnsto, Hour
bile anil poisonous toxins; tbuM cleans
ing, sweetening and purifying the en
tile ullmenlury tract uoftiru puttliiK
nioie food into the stomach,
, i i i ii . i ''''ln '"'linn of limestnno phoHiihnto
Vou can clear your lieitd ami relieve . . "' r""niio
. dull, .llttlng or violent tlirubblng i,lml ,,ot w,l,,,r '"nn empty slomnell Ih
tioaduche In n momnnt wlUi a Dr. womlerfully Invlgoiatlng. It cleans out
allies' Headache 1'owder, This old- all the sour foi mentations, gases,
Jinn lieiKliiflic relet acts uluiont mugi- ...Hi .....i ....i.n,,, ,
ally. Kenda erne ono to the drug store 'W,H '"' Iillly ml gives one n
iow for u dime puckage and u few mo- jM'hmdlld iipiiiitltn for breakfiiHt and!
iirnU after you take a powder you 'It Is mild lo bo but a little whllo until I
vio wiiiiiiit wiihi ueriiiim m um uimu uno roses been In iintim... In
Wy , KUVMAflirALLSORaiOMin?"!
, , ,l. wt'lfcc mtKin.tm NU..I llP
trocro v it. duu mtytiii
spoonful of limestone phosphato In H ' ...:;
lo Hush from tho stomach, llvor, kid- .
ciie, neuralgia ami pain.
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i-'iwii unci- l,il. a .. I
my-lt's nedlttis, II, iu you gt what "'"""' 'uuiier pounu or umeslono
FRANK T. GUNTHER
Finn Watch ItopulrliiK a
UI Main Htreet
you aW for,