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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 17, 1919)
The Evening Herald
K. J. MUnitAY
Published dally except Sunday by
The Herald Publishing Company or
Klamath Falls, at 116 Fourth street
Entered at the postofTlce nt Klam
ath Falls, Ore., (or transmission thru
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ot all news dispatches credited to It
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per," and also local news published
All rights ot republication of spe
cial "dispatches heroin are also re
served. MONDAY, MAUClt 17, 11)10
St. Patrick's Day this year must In
evitably be devoted to a consideration
of Ireland's political status. The fu
tility of trying to call the Irish ques
tion a .domestic question ot British
politics is seen in tho events of the
past few weeks, for a question which
the congress of the United States and
a score of state legislatures and the
whole American press takes cogniz
ance ot can scarcely be described as
a merely British question. Moreover,
the great war and America's part in
It have thrown a great white light
upon the Irish question. Throughout
the world the two modes of govern
ment imperialism and democracy
are shown In violent contrast, the one
repreenttng government by the con
queror, the other government by tho
consent of the governed. Ireland is a
symbol; it is a touchstone of sincer
ity. A league of Nations professing
justice and leaving the Irish nation
in bondage, would be a spectacle to
stir the, laughter of gods and men.
Modern Irish history, uneventful
in the years between Parnell and
Pearse, gained sudden momentum in
the first decade of the- twentieth cen
tury; by 1914 all Ireland was aflame;
a month before the Germans entered
' Belgium "the Irish question" had be
come the most important topic in
jWben despite Ireland's support of
the war) Home Rule was shelved and
all pledges for Irish self government
broken by the British "statesmen"
cowed by the military'jurikers and the
Ulster malcontents, Sinn Fein rose, a
mere handful of brave and desperate
patriots, 'and proclaimed the Irish re
public. From that day -irr 1916 to
December, 1918, when in open elec
tion three-fourths of the population
of Ireland voted for self-determination
and published to the world their
Declaration of Independence, Ireland
has made a centry of history. The
blood of the martyrs the two Pearse
brothers, Macdonagh, Plunkett. Case
ment, the two Connollys, Ashe, Mc
Brlde, The O'Rahllly, Ceannt, Col
bert, Hueston, O'Hanrahan, McDer
roott, Skeffington, Walsh. Mallin
Howard, Allen, Daly, Clarke, Man
ning, Weafer, O'Carroll, Macken and
O'Reilly cemented the foundations
of the Irish republic. Indeed, mod
ern Ireland was born with the Easter
sunrise of 1916; all else is ancient
history and obsolete politics.
The Ulster rebellion of 1914 which
prevented the small Installment of
home rule promised by the British
Parliamnet from going Into effect,
was an English-made rebellion, di
rected by tho leadership of tho Eng
lish Tory party, exploited by the
Tory English press, financed in Eng.
land. Members of the British Parliament-
raised armed volunteers in
England to prevent the enforcement
of1 British law in Ireland. The lead
er of the Tory party, Bonar Law, de
clared In a London speech that the
government which gavo the order
"to enforce the law In, Ulster would
run a great risk of being lynched in
London." This man is not only the
leader of a great, English political
party, but is the spokesman of the
present English government In tho
House of Commons. With the count.
enance of this man and his associ
ates retired English officers went
over to Ireland to drill the men who
were arming to defy English law.
They .fomented a mutiny in the Eng
lish army In Ireland to prevent the
law from being enforced. They saw
to It that the great British navy
(wh(cb during the war swept the
ocean clean of enemy ships) should
not apprehend the steamship "Fan
ny" which In April, 1914 landed
60,000 rifles and a million rounds
of ammunition' purchased in Ger"-
a 1 1? a i
llul JTm1 f. Jt A
many and shipped from Hamburg.
The English Tories keep allvo the
Irish question for their own pur pur
eoses: let them get out of the coun
try. Ireland for the Irish Is u good
slogan, .is is also America for Am
ericans. That is the meaning of Sinn
Theie l n salutary realization at
last that millions of Americans, both
of Irish blood and of every blood
that loves justico do not Intend that
Ireland shall bo the only small na
tion in Europe condemned to live tin.
der foreign, odlus. oppressive rule.
MOTOR CARS HAUL
WOOD TO KEEP
PLOW TllltorGII SNOW ANIlj
HRINH HACK FFKIj WHKXj
COAL IS SCARCE IX HOSTON i
At least one business man In Bos
ton is thankful to the motor car and
a country wood lot preventing a com
plete shut-down of his business dur
ing the New England coal famine.
For the wood was transported to his
factory over country roads, through
deep snow, at n time when he had no
coal and could get none!
When he found himself actually
faco to face with the alternative of
buving wood or. stopping business.
this man made inquiry and learned
that Botson coal yards held their
wood at $14 to $16 a cord. Even so,
none had a truck or team available
for immediate delivery of wood.
Then it occurred to him that last
fall, while driving his car along the
road from Boston to Worcester,
Mass.. he had noticed a large wood
lot, with great quantities of chopped
wood piled up. By a bit of telephon
ing he got in touch with the owner,
who was perfectly willing to sell any
amount of his wood at $S a cord, but
hud no other means of shtpping than
to sled It to the railroad.
This plan was Impossible because
of the element ot time; and when the
business man suggested motor trucks
the woodsman said that ,in his opin
ion, the snow was too deep In the
woods for a motor truck tp get in,
much less get out with a load.
However, the business man declin
ed to take his word for the difficulty,
and began consulting motor truck au
thorities. He found none who cared
to tackle the job until he phoned C.
S. Henshaw. Mr. Henshaw was so
confident of the ability of Dodge
Brothers commercial car to go any
where that he, was willing to send out
as many as were needed.
The cars readily made their way to
the woodlot. There for a time it
looked as though the venture was
ended, for the cars sank in the snow
to their axels. But every one pulled
through, loaded with half a cord of
wood. The entire trip took only part
of a day. and the wood was unloaded
in the Boston boiler room in ample
time to avert a shut-down. Adv.
Dr. and Mrs. George H. Merry-!
man, who have been In California!
for the benefits of Dr. Merryman's
health since the closing of the ses-l
slon of the legislature, returned to'
Klamath Falls Saturday night.
The firm of Allen & DeChaine has ,
this day been dissolved by mutual j
consent. Mr. Allen will continue the !
business and pay and collect all bills
due this firm. (Signed)
FRED C. DECHAINE.
Cement Woik of all Kinds
Let Me Make You an
W. D. MILLER
Dr. King's New Discovery
has a Of ty year record
It built It3 reputathn on it3 produc
tion of positive results, on its surcness ,
In relieving the throat irritation of
colds, coughs, grippe and bronchial
"Dr. King's New Discovery? Why. j
my folks wouldn't use anything else!
That's the general nation-wide esteem
in which tma well-known remedy is
h:ld. Its action is prompt, its taste
pleasant, its relief gratifying.
Half a century of cold and cough
checking. All druggists. 60c' and $1.20.
Bowels Out of Kilter?
That's nature calling for relief.
Assist her in her daily duties with Dr.
King's New Life Pills. Not a purgative
In the usual dose, but a mild, effective,
corrective, laxative that teases tho I
bowels' Into action. 25c.
c a cccn
MTTI.E HIDKMOHTS ON LOCAL HAIVENINOS
AMONG THK PEOPLE OF THIS CITY AND VICINITY.
GOINGS AND COMINGS OF LOCAL FOLKS
W H. Hughes is a recent arrival
fiom Los Angeles.
John Simmons Is In town for a,
short time from Ileatty.
L. Pnnkey was among the arrivals
Saturday from Chlloquln.
Mr. and Mrs. D. Vance are recent
arrivals from Sacramento.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. McKay are In
the city fiom the Algoma district.
CI. D. Hoffman came In last even
ing from Medford for a short busi
S. H. Clay and S. P. Snyder left
today for Medford after a short bus.
.lames Kline ot the Chlloquln dls
ti let was a county seat business visi
Corvln A. Townsend was among
the train ai rivals last evening. He is
a guest at the Hotel Hall today.
John Shepherd bought supplies
here Saturday afternoon for bis
unch.in the Pine Grove section.
Rev. J. W. Hoyt, who has been
here for the past few days left for
his home at Ashland this morning.'
Mr. and Mrs. C. Js Renter are here
for a short time from Sacramento. '
They are guests at the Hotel Hall.
Mrs. W. T. Elliott who has bad.
an extended attack of Illness thU,
winter at her home In Hot Springs (
Addition left tills morning for Long'
Beach wheie she expects to stay for,
the next two or three months. She
was accompanied by Miss Viola i
DANCING SATURDAY EVENING j
STAR THEATER j
"TARZAX OF THE APES."
The Film Sensation of the Year.
A Two Reel Rig V. Comedy.
"Pluck and Plotters."
TFMPl V TUCATCOI
"THE CHANGING WOMAN."
From the Famous Story by O. Henry.
A Rig V. Comedy.
Admission 10 & 13 cents Matinee
J.:t(). Evenings 7:30 & 0.
MERRILL OPERA HOUSE
TUESDAYS AND SATURDAYS
"THE REST IN PICTURES"
H. W. POOLE, Owner
TODAY AND TOMORROW
D. W. GRIFFITH'S SUPREME SPECTACLE
MR. PA CI, ENGEI,b
AND HIS ORCHESTRA
FIRST TIME AT
t J Oregon Standard Purity and Germination
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH
, It, Huntley was a passenger on
J the stage this morning tor Bonanza.
Jack Sullivan, who Is engaged In,
sheep raising In tho Men tit district I
was a week end visitor in Klamath
' W. P. Johnson, a lumber Inspector I
i Is in Klamath Falls for a short time..
i from Berkeloy on matters of bust
J Mrs. M. S. West loft on tho train1
t this morning for San Francisco, i
where she expects to visit for the'
John Uhrln, a well known resident
I of the Algoma section, transacted
j business in the County seat Saturday
Mrs. W. O. Smith has returned
fiom San Francisco, where she has
been .visiting friends and relatives
for several weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Yanko who
have been visiting at the homo of
A. 11. Johns, left today for their
home In Saskachawan, Canada.
Ross T. Flnley and E, Glvan aro
,in the county seat looking laffier
business interests from Merrill, They
aro stopping at the Hotel Hall.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Alexander
were passengors on tho train this
morning for Ashland and where
they expect to make a short visit.
C. V. Loosley and Frank Burns,
well known residents of tho Fort
Klimath district are In town tar a
few days and are registered at the
County Judge Robert H. Bunnell,
who has been In San Francisco and
other California points on matters
of business for the last ten days re
turned Saturday evening.
Lyle McCormlck, who has been re.
rcntly discharged from the military
service, left this morning for Cana
dian points where he expects to re
main for an indefinite time.
Rev. H. J. Van Fossen presiding
Elder or the Methodist Church for
this district who preached at the
church here yesterday left for his
home at Ashland this morning.
Matt Egan of the Algoma Lumber
Company is in he county seatfpr a
short time looking after matters o't
business for the Company. He is
staying at tho White Pelican Hotel.
See Charles S. Hood, Klamath
Agency, the real estate agent. He
will write your contracts and other
legal papers. 12-tf
Chili Con Came
21 1 E. Oth. Solicit Home Trado
MATINEES AND NIGHTS,
Adults 50c Children, 2ffc
Reserved seats now Hell
ing at the box office.
CLKMKNCKAWS ASSAII.AN T
IS SENTENCED T HEATH.
1'AItlS, March l"U -'luill 'otliu,
the anarchist, who re-Mtly nude
an attempt u poll the life of Piemler
! Georges Clomviiceiu bus been sen-
tenccd to death by the court martial
which was trying him. The verdict
was unanimous. ,
AFTER SEARCHING FOR YEARS
HE AT LAST FINDS MEDICINE
THAT ENDS TROl'IILES
1 have been trying for yeins to
get something that would relieve mo
of my troubles and have found it nt
j last In Tunlac," said Alfred Jolly, of
' 3291 Quitman street, Denver, Colo.,
and an employee of the water works
department of the city,
"For a long time," he continued,
"my stomach was In such' an awful
fix that I could eat hardly a thing
without being in misery afterwards.
Even the lightest foods would hloat
mo up with gas and I was constantly
belching up sour, undigested fond
that at times would almost choke mo
and often I would get so dizzy and
'light headed that I would almost fall
down, and I would get so nervous
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
First State & Savings Bank
at Klamath Fulls, in the Stato of Ore
gon, at the clone of huHlnetix
March 4. 1919
Loans and discounts .. $1,011,504.97
Overdrafts, secured nnd
Bonds and warrants 1 :i 1 , 4 0 9 . 9 6
Stocks, securities, judg
ments, etc s 11,151.38
Furniture und fixtures . 7,603.50
Other real estate owned.. 20,570.58
Due from banks (not re
serve bankq) 2,835,15
Due from approved re
serve banks . . . 107,468,33
Checks and other cush
Exchanges for clearing
Cash on hand 40,794.59
Capital stock paid in $ 50,000.00
Surplus fund 1(1,000.00
Undivided profits, less ex-
penses and taxes puid . 553.61
Due to hanks and hunk-
Individual deposits sub-
Ject to cheqk 681,37,1.96
Cashier checks outstand-
ing i 17,355.98
Certified checks 229.80
Tithe and Savings depos
Notes and bills redls-
Dills payablo for money
Reserved for Interest and
Total $1,34 4,872.40
State ot Oregon,
County ot Klamath, rs:
I, John Siemens, Jr., Cashier ot tho
above named bank, do solemnly'sweur
that the abovo statemont Is true to
the best of my knowledge and belief.
JOHN SIEMENS, Jr.,
A. H. EPPERSON,
GEO. T. BALDWIN,
Subscribed and Bworn to before mo
this 17th day of March, 1919.
J. II. CARNAHAN,
(My commission' expires Juno 2,
. -. WS
thill II was almost Impossible for mo
to rc.st lit night. I (differed agony
fiom rheumatism and was In such a
wretched condition that I whs hard
ly fit for u thing. '
"After trying nearly eietythlur 1
could hear of I took Tniilac and It
suro hit tho spot und has made u
dlffeiont man of me. My appetite
Is splendid, my ihu'W'h iiteiuly, li
sleep like a log t night, have g lined
eight pounds and inn In hotter shape
than I have been In e"f'
Titnluc Is sold In Klamath Fnlli by
the Star Drug Co., mid In Loinllr hj
tho James More Co. Adv.
FOR CHINESE NOODLES
TAMALES .V CHILI CON CARNE
Arnold's Chili Parlors
Coiner Sixth and Kliiiuatli
New City Laundry
WE GUARANTEE OCR WORK
Shirts and Collars l-aiindorod
We also wash silk, wool ami col
ored goods cry carefully. Try us
once and be romlnced. Our prior
are right. Phone 1,11.
127 Fourth Street
Hack of First National Hunk
m.n.rw i " " "
We Want to Tell You
about our Auto Store here on Main street, that grows
bigger ant better as new shipments of gooda arrive
More cur owners mo visit
lug our Anlii Store rurli day.
Our slock of nuto needs -oni.
prises eterjtliiug ,lml makes
motoring " pleasure, l-i our
tire department )oii "III Hud
high grade tires for nil
makes of rnrs. There ntv u
hundred and one accessories
joii will llnd In this F.xrlus.
Ive AUTO STORE. Yes, we
rail It Exclusive Autu Mow
for the reason It Is the only
one in the Klamath Valley.
We. want joii to romo and
see us; bring the family or
nelghlKirs. Wo are alwajs
glad to see ou, mid It's no
trouble to show merchandise.
1 1 fSsfvi T-i ' r y( i ii Sift tWi x
v nit1 w'fM0L
vl) - 2 It Af-
Murphey's Feed & Seed Store
126 South' Sinlh St Phone 87
MONDAY, MARCH 17, i did
Axle Clillcoto At Smith ntinut tlm
LOW COST life, mtld.nl and .ii.
policies of the Trmi'lers.
HKCKAHD RENT HKRVU'K
Night Phone II in
10 Main Street
Geueriil Furniture Itrpuli inK
.;. iii iK'iiNoiiiimi; ri ices
J ii Specialty
ANYWHERE IN Till! CITY
QUICK Sl.KVK i:
Satisfaction for the
Aid to appetite and
and enjoyment in
And only 5 cents