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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 24, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
The Evening Herald
R. J. MURRAY
Published dully eicepl SundaJ- by
The Herald Publishing Company or
Klamath Palls, at 115 Fourth street
staunch upholders of the conserva
tion policy, hat been contorted by
a letter fiom Secretary of the Inter
ioi Lane In which the latter sas In
regard to the eperlraent with "leas
ing coal land In Alaska that It Is
"not entirely suitable to conditions '
'There lias been but little inquir. j
I.ITTLK HIUKMOinM ON MM'.Wi HMl'KNINON
AMONO THK I'KOI'I.K OK THIS CITY A Nil VICINITY.
(lOINGS AND COMIMl OK I.OCAli KOI.KH .
This eotiimu for the pieseut
will lie devoted lo II illHM-
Inl ovpn'sslon nf ilu students
of the hlnniiitli Count) lllub
limil. 'I ho )outliful views
m man) nf the bltf tuestlinis
nf the ilv me suit' to be In
IficstliiK unit tin llcnilil I"
pleased In fin ul-li spate KM
Entered at the postofllco at klam- for these lands and onl) limited u- Omlley Cnln Is n count seat 1st
am rau, ure , tor transmission mru ' Mlopment Four leases were grant-1 tor f,om Midland
uc uiniis inuuu-tun uiunur. . 0(t umj, ttio present law and nut
' inn .if tliBin wore nble to finance ttie John Wnldnn loft this mornlnc
Subscription terma by mall to any i sim,n operations tint had begun, j 0 the stage for Olene. '
address In the United Stales: Alter further stud) of tho sltua- I
One year ... 6'rn ' t,on l l,!" cowe t0 the c0lu,lusl01 Thomas Ilrown is In town for a'
One month BO ; ()nt polhap, ,Hl, rioUl would be mor. ,h01l tlme from. Midland
; ; InvltliiK to coal operators if title j i
Member of the Associated Tress wp)0 prallUj as iu the states, e.ipocl j I' Walden wont to l.nkovlevv to
The-Associated Press Is exsluslv el) nux since Alaskan operations nrot(in) on matters of business
urn itvH to iirni: rxu..
llnm I) Mills f Hu' '" l,ml
Count) AliHluut Compnii) who hoi
been hem foi u ahull vlitlt finin initio
Pulls, U-rt rm his homo vetiienlnv
iiint iiIiik Tills was Mr Mill-. iliHt
visit Tin two Win itnd lichees mull)
iiiiii Km or piiiRiesH In mi iiiouiid tin
Clns. C. Ouggnn Is hero on mat
ters of business from Merrill
entitled to the, use for republication s0 far nwaj fr0ni the bases of lasor
of all news dispatcher credited to itinm supph'
or not otherwise credited In this pa- .j therefore recommend that Alas
per, and also local news published a be placed on the same footing as
herein. i the states In the pending bill, ana
All rights of republication of spe tliat operators in that field hue thi .),(, morning for lira), California
clal dispatches heroin are also re inmo choice of lease or purchase a; i
Jack McCurllo and Jack Morrlsev
came In Saturday foi u short bust
ues.s visit In Klamath Palls
John Shepherd was a countv seut
lsltor Saturda) nftuinoou fiom his
ranch In the I'lno tliuvo set Hon.
V Hcntlov was iiioiik the train
nrilvnls lust exeulug fiom Sai'inincu
to He Is u guest nt the Hotel Hall
thi: iiihii gt'cvnoN.
(leri) Cozad, left thl.s morning foi
Sin Fr.iiulsco, where he will spend
Mrs H. 11. Pails was a passenger the next week on mutteis of busin
MONDAY, MARCH 24, HMD
POOR OLD DEMOCRACY
If the present rate ot defection
continues, the poor old democratic
pnrt will not only haie a hard Una
finding a standard bearer for Its
party for the next presidential cam
paign, but It will have a hard time
to find leaders for the party itself
It seems to be a case of "New Demo-
cracy" not only "for the world itself,
but the policies ot President Wilson
are making a new democracy of the
party. The latest leader of the par
tv founded by Jackson who refuses
to follow the President Into the
quagmire ot radicalism is Senator
Bailey. The press dispatches say:
"Asserting that the democratic
party has "ceased to support demo
cratic, principles," former Unucu
States Senator Joseph W. Bailey of
Texas declared In an address here to
night 'that he would "neier again
vote for the candidate of any party
which constantly reduces our liberty
and unnecessarily Increase our
Mr. Bailey, who was the principal
speaker at the "victory banquet" of
the Road House association, blamed
the democratic party for the passage
of the prohibition amendment to the
constitution and for the near passage
of the amendment granting suffrage
"I have been a democrat all my
life," he said. "A 'color' democrat,
if you please and I have never
Scratched a party ticket. But those
who now control the democratic
party have renounced or abandoned
one democratic principle after an
other in such rapidity and bewilder
ing succession that they have left
us nothing but the name.
"Since Thomas Jefferson founded
It, the democratic party has always
Insisted that every state should ex
clusively control the local affairs of
its own people.
"The doctrine of reverence for the (
constitution, he declared, had been
altered until the constitution "was.
regarded as an obsolete scrap of pa
"The liberty we thought worth
fighting for and dying for," he de-.
clared. "Is the liberty of the individ
ual the right of every man to do
for himself and with his own as he j
pleases so long as he does not Inter
fere with the right of other men to
do1 the same.
"But in this day they tell us that
It ia better, to be good than It is to be I
free, and they haie multiplied our
penal statutes until the lawyers can
not carry even an Index of them In
their minds. We have restrlctpd
the rights of men until no civilized
vuuufci v vii tut; siuuu iiiieritrrea wim
the habits, the pleasures and the bu-1
Kiuraa vi lis peuiJie as mucn as mis
free government of the United
-...,!.,.! Mcnulinrn- rtthnmUn. Aln I Mi- in.l Mr. Mi. t f nhnnMmln l..fl Mrs llt'lptl Til HI Of is llPIV IhH-
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k-i coal lands will remain In a dlsid-' this morning on tho stage for lllv. I"K ft lends from McCloud, Callfot
lantageous position" t , uln. Sho foimerl) resided In this
. . ,,, ,j , I -iss uiara iirk painch leu louny ri,,
The proposed bill would giie mln , ..... , , . ... , , . c
' ' ... . , I for Midland for a visit with friends,
ers the option of either bu)lng n i j AViiam Kordney ot the James
leasing In Alaska as in the state j Uos W. Flnley and K. Olian are jieicintllo Coiupaii) at l.oiella trim
and would thus let experience prove here on matters of business fiom RactC( tidiness here Saturday after
whlch Is the better plan to promote Merrill j noon,
development Mr. Lane concedes ,,, , , ,.i!
..ww,...-, ., - .vi... ........ i ijoiuamiii Martin nilil u weeK ami
Ho is stopping at st ,,, Klamath Falls from the
' (lit limn gei )
The lilsh iim let) ileslious fur
self government The have asked
jPiesldent Wilson fm his help Im
uuife thov believe thai his Influent!'
In ie(ognlliig their self goveiiimeut
would loiivluce I.'ukIuiiiI to u gleit
1 extent The) desire to have then
uuestlon settled In the puue ion
ference, and be reingnUeil( bv the
It'iigue of natlmiH
1 Illsh dek'gltes fiom nil illfreietit
pm tM of the fulled States have gone
to Washington I) C. In giln toufei
oiho with the President but thev
have fulled These delegiiteM do not
Ivl. M II H I'.W.I.N llll VM II
MASON, EHRMAN. & CO.
Olllie I'M s lllli St. Plintie H7
i:. ii. .ii:fpi:iim
the Hotel Hall.
Cecil Fletcher. W.
Klniuuth Ageur) on the Indian Re
servation G. A. ilellmiu left this morning
for California points where ho will
Mr and Mis. Pin It) an were pas
sengeis this morning for San Fran
ilsio. where the) expect to remain
for about a week.
that expei lence has alread) condemn
ed leasing In Alaska, which is one
reason why tho optional s)stem Is
proposed for the states.
Without regard to this unsuccess-'. O. A. Sorrels are here for
! f ul experiment, Clifford Pinchot and time from Merrill.
his d mtnlsnmg coterie oi innaucs 'look after business interests for the
, i...i. .-! Jle Crane Is looking after bust- ,UUK '" "sinss murnia mr im
... um... .c...h ""' ', 'ness interests In Klamath Falls from , next raw uns-
tin atnttia no U nil na AlnQlf! 71l(. I
. , , ... ,,,.'. i the Algomn section,
purpose of the bill and of Mr. Lane I
and the desire of the people Is that Pan Driscoll Is In town for a few
the coal land be developed. The de-; da)s from Langell Vnlle)
termination of the Pinchot clique is after business Interests
that It shall not be developed at all Mrs c .lMMmrU .laughter of
except on his plan. Their persistent Life insurani-e companies luiie puld MrS- Ainandn Hnmaker of this city.
lODUjinK nas reuueeu 10 waste paper w,wwwivw .. wmi. iuimui.
all of the work done by congress in H ',he ???. 8,Z loW
.. , . . . . , pollr) from Chllcote & Smith. 1-tf
the last two )eari, and has condem- i
ned the coal and oil Industries of
the west to stagnation for another
The Pinchot crowd are nothing
but obstructionists and it Is to be
hoped that the new congress will
send them to the rear and make
them sta.v there. Oregonlan.
The League of Nations will prob
ably run along with a fair degree of.
smoothness, at least until the project
of International prohibition comes be
fore It. Syracuse Herald. ,
CONDEMNED BY EXPERIENCE
Tbe rock on which the coal and
oil land-leasing bill was wrecked af
ter the conferees had reached an
agreement In the last congress was
tbe option given the public either to
buy or to lease land containing these
minerals. Representative Ferris,
wbo has been one of tbe most
Ladies' & Men's
BLADE TO ORDER
"BEST OF WORKMANSHIP
PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED
Prices are ver) reasonable
Your Inspection invited
Chas. J. Cizek
BIS Main St.
left today foi Portland after u short
visit with her mother
James Straw, u lattlemau of Odes
sa left this morning for Portland
and Seattle, where he expects to le
inalii for about a week.
Misses Illrdle and Pva Copcland
. arc among the count) so it visitors
from Fort Klumnth. They are stop
1 ping at the Hotel Hall.
W. E. Ileidlemnn cime In Satur
da) night for a sjiort business visit
j)esterdny morning. This was Mi.fr
from Anderson Cullfornln.
! Kurl Humphre) is home for u fow
ldn)s visit with his parents Mr and
i Mrs. Oeorge Humphrey fiom tho
Oregon Agi (cultural College
DANCING SATURDAY EVENING
ln Miss Cleo Km berg, who has been
"THE GLORIOUS ADVENTURE" assisting Pr. A. A. Sonle In his of-
A Romance of a Girl who bought , flce for 80mo tlmc mst loft ,h,s
Happiness for a Dollar. I morning for Sncremento for an Inde.
' finite stay.
Admission 10 and 20 cents.' Show
Starts 7:30 and 0:13. Mr, and Mrs. Fred Reed, who for-
, merl) resided In Klamath Falls, and
ppw ni r TUCATCD wn0 now "ve nt Rosehiirg are heio
visiting at the home of Mr and Mrs.
C. W. Kaler.
See Chqrles S. Hood, Kht'inth
Agency, the real estate agent. Ho
will write your contracts and other
A Wild nnd Wooly Western Drama. IeBal PPerB- 12"lt
" .Uo J
Patho Xew Latest Current Kven. I Remington firearms and nmmunl-
Admission 10 & IS cents Matinee
2..10. Evenings 7:30 & 0.
MERRILL OPERA HOUSE
TUESDAYS AND SATURDAYS i
Merrill. Oregon i
, tlons were awarded Grand
Panama Pacific Exposition.
i fnvor the league nf tuitions bemuse
!tlev believe It mollis destrui tlou i
some of the powers mid llghln nf the
nation 'I his Is prnbabl) the reisnn
i why the Piesldetit will not locelve
'them However, the Irish hive man)
, friends Iu the Semite who are wink
,Ilig foi them Wilson has reielvod
'other delegates for self government
i such as the Jews, who wanted home
rule The Jews hive not given lis
I mail) gieat men In the wmld us the
Irish, so why should the) have the
Home rule for Imliud Is nuoril
Ing to President Wilson, u doniestli
question to be settled between her
self nnd Pnglaud Pngland ilms not
however, want lieluiid tn be elf
governed The Irish believe tint
this tan be settled In the peine ion
ferenie, If Wilson would iiiopeiate
with and help them Kuglauil lion
ever, may resent nnv luterfi'ii'iiie bv
Ireland (.intuit have home nile uu
lessi some countr) will reuigulte
then government unit lulp them nb
tit I ii it. Presldi nt Wilson Ins In en
naked by them, tn help and lie tun
refused to hear them The) liav
been put off a greit man) vears anil
told to wait awhile, wh.v should the)
wait an) longei '
They have alvvn)s been striving
onward towa-d self government Per
haps President Wilson has in iinsvv-,
or nnd does not wish tn express It
until he Is read), and, iignln, per '
haps he has no answer, hut In going'
to continue to rnll It a domestic nf
The peace ronfernnco could In
i Inde this question and settle it us
nil othci nntlonal nnd International
affnlr.s will he HCttlcd Ireland gave
is mini) men and as miah money In
proportion to their size as mi) other
nntlon, so there Is no obvious mason
v. hy they should not be Included
Now, Is the time. If ever, for 'I
(l.ies'Ion to be decided i
The Irish hnvo been patient for
)enri nnd prnbiblv would roiitinu-'
lo be patient, hut w'iv should t'iev.
when nothing Is tn bo gained b) If.
rttnerlcn would not hnv bad bur hi.
de)).'miunte If another countr) hud i
refused their aid. Wo had to have!
help and recognition of u great conn-'
try. Just ns wo did, so do the Irish,'
sud we should not refuse to help
Bargains In Cars
DORT TOURING CAR
Sells for 1,00.- in Klamath Falls
CARLOAD OF REO'S ON THE ROAD
Will arrive in about u week
BETHLEHEM AND DUPLEX TRUCKS AND
, PARRETT TRACTORS
C L. McWilliams
610 Klamath Avenue
"THE PICK OF THE PICTURES"
H. W. POOLE, Owner
Kitty Gordon in
"ADELE" l .
A Thrilling Heart Story i
Harold Lloyd Comedy
G. M. Anderson, "Broncho Billy," in
"THE SON OF A GUN"
Commencing Tuesday .March
23th, a dally matinee will be
given. Doors open nt 2 o'clock.
Shou starts at 2:30.
MR. HARRY BOREL
A RARE OPPORTUNITY
We have for sale nil eviellt-ut Utile
husiiiewi in one nf tho vci) best towns
in Klnmutli Count), Stmk mill fix
tures will Involie from SKM) tn
81,000. Two sl(ir) liuildliiK with liv
ing rooms upstairs and large lol is
dirt t heap nt 92,000. iliilldlug mid
stock will sell for iippiovluiiiti I)
9K.000, and less than $2,00(1 will bun
dle it. Tills Is jour i Inline tn gel n
good liu nine from u miiiiII investment.
Owner will sun idle ut above pi lie If
sold within th ice weeks. Evi client
reason for selling. Invehtlgnte Ibis.
21-3t CHILCOTE & SMITH.
FROM THAT COLD? ;
Coldo and coughs are quickly
relieved by Dr. King's
Nobody should feci "perfectly mis
erable" from a cold, cough or bronchia!
attack for very lone. For it taUs only
a little while to relieve 't and pa bick
on the road to recovery when Dr.
lung's New Discovery ia faithfully
used, it soon loosens the phlegm, re
lieves irritation, soothes the parched,
core throat, brings comfort.
Half a century old and more popular
today than ever. 60c nml $ 1 .20.
Make Your Bowels Behave
Make them function with cratif) Ing
precision. If regulation of the diet
does not relieve their torpidity Dr.
King's New Life Pills will. They are
perfect bowel trainers, .-teanse the
i) item surely, comfortalil). 25c.
GARDEN SEED-Bulk and Package
Oregon Standard ' Purity and Germination
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vt it k si:itici:
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V IvUMMimUs tic
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i:vitv lime )nil I'll) u tire nr
n lube from nut stmk, we
lire xt-tlliiu )nii mine than
Hull, we are -t Ilinu )"U s,i.
Mm linn. We must tin that
In Keep niir Iraile, tn build
up ii reputation anil it sine
fniliiibitliiii fur future busi
ness. 'Mini s wb) we lui)
nul) the kihmIs iiuimifiii llir
ill Ii) eniiipnules wlm bnve
Hie smile sliiiuhirds fu- 1 .mil
i Vftt n
6 flavor for
jm V '
fkr. sealed air-tihf and
imporiiy-proof. in the wax
wrapped, safety packages.
Be sure to set
beca"" It Is supreme
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& fa& Waoir1 Ims
Murphey's Feed & Seed Store
126 South Sixth St ' Phone 87