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THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
MONDAV, MAItCll ill, mill
The Evening Herald
J. MUR It V
Published dally except Sunday by
The Herald Publishing Company of
Klamath Falls, at 115 Fourth street
against bolshevism, but the Finns,
northern Hussions, Ksthonlans, Letts,
l.lthiiuMus, l'oles and Czechs,' who
have made bitter and successful war
against It. The L'kraluana and Cos
sacks hae at least held It at bay ana
It has been driven out of the Caucasus
Certain conditions In Hungary
e to bblshevlsm. The
MTTliK 81DKLU1IITH ON LOCAL IIAIVKNINOH
AMONG THK PKOPI.K OF THIS CITY AM) VICINITY,
OOINC1S AND COMINOH OK LOCAL FOLKS
F. H. Decker Is a county soil bus.
Entered at the postofllco at Klam-lwere fax onhlc
in nana lira rst !.... ti. .... r ..--
The mallV .Tacond.smattor:"'" i "T JT.Z,?T, Z ln 'h,s clty ,rom Klwn
D.K...I.H.. .-. t. . the rest of tho Magyar population
address In tho United States: " 'was hold down In poverty, which has mess visitor from Algoma.
oil mSnth '5!1,C0" tcd ,0 abJeCt ,mlMy byf Mrs. F. II. Downing Is In the city
One month 60 ,hl. ,ar Uut lhe opponents of com-, for n Uw from
t.-7Tt I . .. nmnUm made head against bolshe-
Menbcr of he AM,clatcl ' nnt Karolj,, sudden,v surrclu,J Con Murliv Is roK,stm.0(, nt le
entlUedlotheu8efwrcnirciitlonwJ Karol.xl is head ot a great mag-' Hotel Hnll today from Merrill
or all news dispatches credited to It. nnte umiiy. aim is noi um-ij hi nine
or not otherwise credited ln this pa-i become .1 sincere convert to bolshe-i
Walter Dixon, J V 1'ttor and A.
II, C. Castel are county seal visitors
today from Foit Klamath. They i,
guests at the Hotel Hall. J
Kdltor B. J, Murray of tlio livening
lleiald went to lloey, California to
day on matteiH of business. Ho ex
pects to letum lliU oxoiilng i
Mrs. K II. Hall and Mis, Lottie
Mai tin left today Tor San Fiuiiclico,
xvhero they expect to spend tho next
two weeks on u vacation vlilt
Dan YVntin. who Is engaged in tho ' " " C'08,, n",, l) VV VrU'
xvlio liuxe noun in wo cuy ir u onm
vMt from Hlddlo, Oregon ltrt on tho
train this morning for that point
MAY RECEIVE AID
H. Fenton Is a business visitor I A. Mclteyuolds Is hole for a
short time from his ranch In Langell
J Valley looking after huslucs Inter.
LONNDON, March. Ill "Financial
endowment of motherhood" lias been
defliiltuly proposed y tho Fuinlly
llitdowinont Commlltee to the Nation
al lllrtli-rnte Coininltsluu. ThU calls
for the piovlslon, by the state, or u
leguliir weekly Income to. families
with chlldieii under lf eais of age.
Kxiiry mother xxould rccelxe Hi inl
valout of 12 xxookly until her
yoiiiiKett child loaehoH tin. ,, ,f j,
Ill addition II.SR ii xveelt xxould i,(,
paid for tlie support of the lint ltiij
I mid :i.ia for MUhrictntmii ini,u.u
until such chlldioii uttniii (0U!
Tlie total lint of tlio noIh.i,,,. ,
tlllllttiMl lit 210,011(1,000 pound,, v,.Jr
It looks to us us thotiuli , .
I the lilt lipid Houutois xvho itn K,
i lug ngoliist tlio l of N will , ,,,,,
Hod to wolinil-cliovioiis liffnre they
gut through Now York Tritium.
mercantile business In Yulimx paid
Klamath Falls a xveelt end business
F. T. Dean Is here for,, annr.!!.,.,, ' -Ml J''l l-'Omun. "iH ,,f
F. It. Hall Is among the county ' from Ashland an matters of business. J V. Houston. ho has heen xlsltlng
per, and also local news published
All rights of republication of spo
vism. nor are
there reports of suchiseat vlsl,,)rs from ,-"Rc v,le-
ii.. i ., . .i... un.i... ...ii. at the Houston iiome leu uui mum-
. lie in ii i.iii'ni hi iiiii ii nun in iriiii
" - -
terrorism and slaughter as marked v. t. Elliott bought supplies hero j
lug for Portland .xxhere slie resides.
clal dispatches heroin are also re- ,re S"CC5S ot 'cnlne ln Russia. A mo- Saturday for his ranch at Pine Oiove.
MONDAY, MARCH .11, 1010
THK IIOLSHKVIST MKXACK.
Mrs. Ida Morris, xvlio has been with
live otner man accepiuni-e ui uuiBHB-. tii. xx tnnoK company Here tor a
xlsm may be found In tho effect! R. M. Hayl Is here for a short ttinc8)or, tlm Ul, tnls mornK fo. n,,,.
which the terms of peace will have on j on matters of business from Medford. mnmli
Hungary. In 1910 the country had M g hm wlh w(fo
about 21.000,000 people of whom. nnd fBm fwm A, m ,,. n short
accordlmr to the doctored census re-, lme
ports, 10,000,000 xvere Magyars and
Th.j estnb'ishmeit of n hoishevibl! 2,000.000 Oermans, with about half. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. McDonald made
government In Hungary and its Invula million of various small natlonali-.a business trip to Langell Valley yes
tatlon to the Russian bolshex-Ist Ksv-jties. The allies propose to cut offjterday.
ernmeni to join ln war on tho. elites) fi.3S0.uuo siax-s ana i,vuu,uuu now
has thrown ont of balance the oaally-jmanlans, leaving only about 12,500,
upset judgment of those neople .x hoi 000 people. They will also , shut off
'are predisposed to welcome any ills-! the Magyars in a little state along
turbance threatening to oxorthrow! the Danube, confined by German
the existing order of laxx-abidlng de- Austria on the east, Ciecho-Slavla on
mocracy. i the north. Jugo-SIavia on the south
Bolshevism is socialism carried to, and Roumania on the east, with no
the extreme of communism and is tl" sea-board and deprived of coal Iron
doctrine of government by force tip.1 and oil. It Is quite conceivable that
piled by the so-called proletariat lo'xxith this prospect the Magyars may
the subjection or extermination of all ' have given way to bolshevism as a
other classes In fact, of all xvho re- j means of getting help from Lenlne
slst It. Bolshevism absolutely rejects and of Intimidating the allies, hoping
the democratic principle of "consent that ultimately the people will be
of the governed" and majority rule. come so disgusted with the bolshe
It was seized by the German milltar-1 xist experiment as to turn to the nil
lsts at tho time of the Russian re-'lng magnates again, as the French
volution as a convenient means to turned to Nupoleon.
destroy the Russian army, to prevent ! ThIs is not lo say that bolshevism
establishment of any strong govern- not a rea danger. There are ele
ment In Russia that would help the:,nents ln every country which raven,
allies, and to become the medium byjously ,ievour Us teachings and are
which Germany's already strong hold e.pr to nractice them. It Is danger
ous when not recognized as wnat It
Is an instrument of Germany, a ne-i ' .'..
,.. .. ,..,,, i i. h..m,n.l Jesse Drew Vas In the county seat
gUMUU Ul Ull lllUUll U.W.M.S, MMM.MM-
ity and ex-erythlng that contributes to
real progress and when hailed by
such malign characters as Hearst as
"the most democratic government In
Europe the truest democracy in the
xvorld today." If the really free na
tions neglect or palted with It. it may
destroy them. If they treat It as
an enemy wnicn must continue iu
en the Industries and resources of
Russia would be strengthened. Ger
many used bolshevism to reduce Rus
sia to Impotence that Russia might
the more easily be absorbed. Lenine
used Germany to gain control of Rus
sia by terrorism that he might put his
theories in practice and become a
despot more absolute and more cruel
than even the kaiser. They succeeded
thru the weakness of Kerensky .and
thru the blindness of the allies in not
H. Hilt Is looking after business
Interests In this city from Itray, Cali
fornia. C. G. Twohy, a lumberman of Dor.
rls xvas here yesterday on matters of
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Sanders are
here for a short time on business
R. E. Bradbury was among the
county seat business visitors Satur
William Kinsman, a Piu Grove
farmer xyas in the city on business
Saturday afternoon. "
C. H. Hughes and Maud Hughes
are among the recent arrivals In tnin
city from Oakland.
Mrs. H. L. DeArmohd left on. the
train this morning for 'a visit at Med
ford and Grants Pass.
divining and promptly defeating their J destroy ,n order t(J ve and ,f they
purpose. Spread of the disease has
been promoted by disposition of
some of the allies to treat bolshe
vism as a form of government that
has been chosen by the, Russian peo
ple, as a new form of democracy and
as a thing which would live, at peace
with established democracy and with
which self-respecting nations can live
at peace and have friendly relations.
All these assumptions are proved
false by the observation of men who
have seen bolshevism in action. It is
not the chosen government of 180,
000,000 Russians. It controls only
about 40,000,000 In central Russia,
for an Oms,k porrespondent of the
London Times, who .has gathered In-f
formation from the refugees, writes: '
Only one-tenth of the red army is
really bolshevik, the remainder being!
forced to fight because they and ait
belonging to them would be exter
That statement is corroborated by
David R. Francis, who as American'
ambassador ' to Russia lived for1
months where he could obserx-e the
proceedings of the bolshevist leaders
and whose duty it was to gain reliable
Information. In his testimony before
the senate committee he said:
The bolshevikl control only a piece
.of territory about 600 miles wide by
1000 miles long, and 40,000,000 out
ot Russia's 180,000,000 inhabitants.
They have the support of not over
10 per cent of the people in this ter
ritory. Thoy maintain themselves by
terror they have to kill people to
Bolshevism next attacked Germany
nnd tried to overthrow the govern
ment by civil war, but the independ
ent socialists, who Include Its votar
ies, polled only 7.C8 per cent of the
votes at the election of 'tho national
assembly. They tried to seize the gox--ernment
by force because they knew
they could not win power by votes,
but the other 92.32 per cent of the
people had enough intelligence and
determination to fight and overcome
them. The terrorized 90 per cent of
the people In central Russia lacked
those qualities of resistance, there
fore they passed easily from the tyr
anny of the czar to that of Lenlne
after a brief Interval of frenzied lib
erty under Kerensky.
That estimate of 200.000,000 boi
Bhovists In Europe includes not only
the majority of Germans xvho voted
firmly fight it, they can crush it. The
disease thrives on ignorance, hunger
and idleness, but food must be ac
companied by force to distribute It,
to put the people to work and to
crush the Irretpncilable reds. Only
the folly of the allies can let the tide
sxxellnill it rolls over Europe. Ore-gonlan.
on matters of business Saturday from
his ranch ln the Merrill district.
I. A. Moyer Is among the recent ar
rivals in this city. He is registered at
the Hotel Hall from Heppner.
See Harry Telford for tractor plow
ing. Address Klamath Falls, Merrill
Mrs. Nate Ottorbein left yesterday
for- Portland, xvhero -sho experts lo
remain for about txw xveoks visiting
' William Koeseo, xvho lias decided
to enter tho naval service, left this
morning for Portland, where lie xvlll
undergo his entrance examinations.
O. II. llrenniimnti of tho California
Oregon Power Company xvho has
been In tlio clly for a short time from
Copco. left for that point this morn-
i tug. ,
Kd Sutton bought supplies for his, Mrg JumM n Kostor lo(t tltl.x ,
ranch on the river south of town.' .,.. fllr California nolnts xxiivtf
merchants Saturday! ,, w K,llmI t, m,xl ,,, ,,iy or
two weeks visiting relatlxos and
Mrs. M. M. Urownell left today for Ioia. ;
her home near Dorrls after h vlilt , Spriitt Wells, well known pioneer'
with her son L. L. Urownell of tho stockman of the' Uly district?" xvho
Central Garage. 0w resides In Ashland, is hero for
a short time on a visit He Is stay-
I'nr nil tiuikes of cats, ,,. ,,,
put xoiir Imtlerj In At ( h.
I run repair any make nf lm.
lor). A little nttonlliiii nmt
will into )Otl time, trouble mill
.hint tecelxeil ii carload of Haxtillne Oil tlio wnltl'. host lul,r.
emit. Trj It once, )ou use It ixImiixs.
23 MAIN ST.
Mrs. Frank Hnrd left on the train
this morning for Hend where she will
Join her husband, xvho is In the log
ging business thero.
Mrs. Annie Stencel of the Dairy
dlstiict xvas a passenger this morning
for Portland where she experts to
leiuulu for some time.
lug nt the Hotel Hall.
See Charles S. Mood, Klnmnth
Agency, for Indian tra-.liu lands and
timber. 12-tf ,
Life Insurance companies have paid
$110,000,000 on account of Influenze.
Heed the xvarniii'; nnd get n low cost
policy from Chilcote A Smith. 1-tt
M OLD RECIPIE
SAGE TEA AND HL'LPHl'lt TLIt.VS
GRAY, FADED IIA1H DARK
See Charles S. Hood, Klamath
Agency, the real estate agent. He
will write your contracts and other
legal papers. 12-tf
ANYWHERE IN THE CITY
Ladies' & Men's
MADE TO ORDER
BEST OF AVOUKMANSHIF
PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED
Prices ure very reasonable
Your Inspection luvltetl
Chas. J. Cizek
Bm Main St.
KLAMATH FALLS BRANCH
MASON, EHRMAN & CO.
Office l!2p S. 6th St. Phone 8'
K. H. JEFFERSON
DANCING SATURDAY EVENING
ALmi Tixo Heels of Hlg V Comedy.
Admission 10 unit SO cents. Slioiv
Starts 7:. to ami 0:15.
Almosy everyone knows that Sage
Tea and Sulphur, pioiierly com
po.irded, brings baolt the nut'irrl
color and lustre to tli hiiir when
feded, streuked or gray. Years ago
the only way to get this mixture way
to make it at home, xxulcu is musry
Nowadays we simply ak :il any
drug store for "Wyeth'a Sage and.
Sulphur Compaund." Y.vi will get
a large bottle of this old-tliiM recipe'
Improved by the addition of other in '
gredlents, at very little cost Every.
body uses this preparation now H'-l
cause no one can possibly toll hat
yo'u darkened your hair, as It does I
: j It .so naturally nnd even'y. You
TCMPI V TUCATCPl dampen a sponge or soft brush with I
1 tmrLt intAii.RUld draw thlg thn your l)aIri lHk-)
Triangle Prswnts ng one small strand at n time- hy
ROY STEWART j morning the gray hulr disappears,!
in j oud ufter another application or two,
"UNTAMED" your hair becomes beautifully dark,
A Rent Western Drama with West tii ' thick and glossy aid you Io'jk years,
I'ep I y "iger. Adv
Put he News Latest Current Events.
Admlsklqn 10 & 15 cents Matinee
'J.UO. Evenings 7:!IO & 0.
MERRILL OPERA HOUSE
TUESDAYS AND SATURDAYS
HIM II FORTUNE
TEXAS FARMER SUFFERED FOR
FIFTEEN YKARSi-IH RKLIEV.
ED IJY TANI.AC.
"THE PICK OF THE PICTURES"
H. W. POOLE, Owner
The Great Nazimova in
"AN EYE FOR AN EYE"
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
Matinee and Evening
Mitchell Lewis in -.
"LIFE'S GREATEST PROBLEM"
One of the Big Shows of the Year
At this Theater ut
2:0 p. m.
Doors open at ii o'clock
MR. HARRY BOREL
' Musical Director
"A few bottles of Tanlac liuvo done
me moio good than other modiclnes
nnd treatments that cost mo u small
fortune," said C. C. FUslier. a pios
perous farmer living ut Irving, Route
1, u few miles from Dallas Texas.
"For fifteen years," he continued,
"I suffered so terribly from stomach
trouhlo thut I thought I could never
get well. Everything I would eut went
buck on me und I would belch up my
food so sour that It would nearly
strangle trie, tlie gas on my stomach
would presir on my heart ho as to
cause It to flutter und I would have
the liurdest tlmo getting my breath.
I was really In such awful condition
that I felt like I had about got to the
end of my row,
"jlut I feel now, like I am good for
many years yet, for Tanlac has fixed
mo up bo I can eat any und every-,
tiling without any bad after effects
nnd since, gas has stopped forming In
my stomach I am not troubled with
pulpitntlonB or shortness of breath.
I huve gained six pounds already nnd
am working hard on my farm every
day now and am glad to recommend
Tunlac for the wonderful way jt has
Tanlac Is sold In Klamath Falls by
tho Star Drug Co., and In Lorollr hj
tho Jnmea Merc, Co. Adv.
A f 17 A f C A dTETk
1"LM. X"MM. JTk. tJI l il J Oregon Standard Purity and Germination
GARDEN SEED-Bulk and Package
Vacuum Cup Cords, "the best ever." 10,000 miles
Vacuum Cup Fabric 1 6,000 miles
Bar Circle Fabric 3.500 miles
PENNSYLVANIA TON-TESTED TUBES
Duoford Tubes fit either size Ford casing, $3.45.
Wakefield & Sullivan
Fourth st. and Klamath avc.
Happy Farmer Tractor
THE PERFECT KEROSENE BURNER
12-24 H. P.
2,000 Pounds Guaranteed Drawbar Pull
Pulls Three Fourteen-inch Bottoms
Holds the 1918 Low Record for Fuel Con
sumption. Has established its superiority for practical
and efficient work.
Can be used for pumping and all stationary
J. S. Mills & Son
Sixth and Klamath.
Murphey's Feed & Seed Store
126 South Sixth St. Phone 87