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THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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The Evening Herald
R. J. M U R n a v -
Published dally except Sunday by
The. Herald Publlhln Company of
Klamath Fallt. at us Fourth street
.tE2.t,.Tedt th Postofflce at Klam
ath Falli. Ore., for transmission thru
the malls a second-class matter.
the folly of secrecy when practiced
without wcll-tlipuRht-out discrimina
tion The first great effort of the In
tervention of the United States was
moral, both on the allies and on Ger
many Promptly a veil of secrecy was
drawn oer all the tremendous prep
arations of this country. German
morale could havo been broken much
e.inur ny kiwwiciiru hi niu mo; i; k. McDonald made a
American people wore doing, but tho. trip to Dorrls today.
newspapers were forbidden to pub-
I.ITTliK SIIIKI.KIIIIX ON 1.4X t, ll.l Pi:0
AMONG TIIK PKOPI It UK THIS CIlV AM) VICINITY
GOINGS AMI COMIMN OP I.OC.M. POI.KS
litislnoss fiom San Princlsco I O Crawfunl
Is hNo bore fiom the liny City
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Subscription terms by mall to any ""h .ntllnK about the launching of arrivals f.oml'ortlatid
address ln the United Stnin,
One year .. .... ,5 00
One month .j t - 50
Fred Mali Is a recent
I this city from Medford.
Member of Hie Associated Prc-.s
The Associated Press Is cxclushely
entitled to, the use for republication
of all news dispatches credited to II
or not otherwise credited tn this pa
per, and also local news published
, All rights of republication of spe
cial' dispatches heroin are also referred.
hlp. the sailing of transports or the
motement of troops. When the
bodies met the first Yanks in battlo
they believed they were fighting Hrit-L Ak"?,s ,!ss,pI1 ' -'RllVl'r,' '' lllp
, , ...... , , "tel "all today from Portland.
Ih troop disguised in American unl-, .
i Mr. and Mrs I,, .1 Horton are In
.town for a short time fiom Olene.
Preston Nine came in on the tiiiln
esterdny afternoon from Chiloquln.
V. 1. Ill legs a well known leshl
ent of Ashland, who has been heie
I for tlie pist few ilas, left for li
uiilal In home this nioiulng llo ropoit.s tbut
. there are now the, best iirospects for
crops In tint .seitlou that hae been
indicated in iiiaiiy oars
forms Not until they met Americans
in force during the last tew months
of the war did they realize the truth.
Not till then did the fact of American
participation in the war begin toi , Dennis O'Connor is in town today
break down their morale. When their ' '" the Merrill district on nutters
choicest troops met none but Amor-, 9 ,eS3'
Messrs Wlinberly, Harper and Wll
kelson, the Income ta men who haxe
been heio for the pnl three das tn
assist the residents in making out
their Income tax blanks left on the
train this morning for points on the
main Hue The announce that the
work hole is now completed .satis
fm tin Hy.
s iJtSIriaHTNSriWv V, -T;S.
Nice large Jumbo Crabs .
THUR8DAY, APRIL lo, 1010
THK FRUITS OF SKCRKCV
leans in the Argonne, and were dally
driven back their morale went to
pieces and they lied. The final sur
render was the effect of knowledge
'that they had" to contend with a fast-
growing army of Americans, In con'
Mr. and Mrs. C C. Cut hey came In
for a short ls-lt on the tinln list
evening from Portland.
Mr. anil Mrs. I). P. Doak aiu
guests at tho White Pellc.in Hotel
from Oakvllle, California.
Alan llaker Is among the county
seat isltors today from the Merrill
section. He Is staying at the Hotel
I.. L Miller and U II. Miller were
The irritation displayed by Premier
Lloyd George when questioned about junction with knowledge that their
disagreements among the peace con- allies had deserted them, and that
ferees Is easy to understand, if, as ho 'll0' ere beaten In battle.
says, "there is no divergence among' Secrecy delayed that moral effect
tne negotiators." But when he com- for at least a year after It might have amongv the train arrivals list night
plains that all ears are at the kej hole begun to be felt. It assisted tho 'from Uosebuig. They aie guests at
and that the air is filled with rumors propaganda of the German govern-!1 le Hotel l,a11,
of disagreement he complains of the' ment, which de'nied that Americans I. S. Stocker and Walter Dixon are
Inevitable consequence nrislne from could cross the ocean, that they could IJ0"" ,"), few ,l,a, " '"'"lucss Horn
the policy of secrecy pursued at Paris, be trained In time to fight, that they t)le Hotel Hall
"Cannot the people wait until we could or would fight. hlle the kal
have finished our work instead of al- ser's government was stiffening up
ways wanting to Judge our Inten- tne German soldiers' morale with
tlons?" he asks. such yarns the American govern-
No, they cannot, and any person ac-jment's policy of secrecy was helping
quainted with human nature might ll b' suppressing photographs of the
have known that they could not.,,aunchlnB of Kreat sniPs and of the
Probably six months will elapse be-,salllnB of transports carrying thou-
Keep down the gopher pest with a
.2" caliber Komingtim and hollow
point cartridges. :l lilt
See Charles S ilood. Klamath
Agency, for Indian gra-.tiii; lands and
ti-ber 12 tf
Klamath Packing Co.
524 Main Street
KXTItA ATTRACTION COMING
Tin: star tiii:.ti:ii
They are guests at
tween the signing "of the armistice sands of troops and of the scenes at
and the conclusion of peace. Does
Mr, Lloyd George Imagine that, after
being keyed up to the highest pitch
of nervous tension and exertion by
four and a halt years of war, the peo
ple, would suddenly return quietly to
tbeir peaceful vocations and leave the
arrangement of peace implicitly to
the assembly at Paris, displaying no
interest In Its proceedings and wait
ing patiently for the diplomats to an
nounce the treaty? Does he imagine
that things would stop happening in
three great empires which were in a
state of revolution or In other suffer-
Amerlcan debarkation ports in
The same policy is raising the
morale of the Germans and lowering
that of the allied nations during the
peace negotiations. It revives the old
insolent, menacing talk of the Prus
sian militarists and encourages them
to threaten a world flood of bolshev
ism if the allies are too hard on them.
They, the most dastardly criminal na
tion on earth, actually demand admis
sion to the League of Nations as
equals from its inception. At the
same time the morale of the allies is
ins. war-ravaMd countries? Does he 10Kere" " 1UUB secrel sessions oi me
Imagine that during those six months Peace conference, by conflicting re-
the enemy wo'uld do nothing to break Prts- resitation to deal nrmiy witn
the unity of the allies, to weaken bolshevism. by delay In seizure of
them, and thereby to obtain mltiga- German ships, in occupation of Dan
tlon of the terms? zig and ln sendlne the Polish troops
The troubles of which the British home- After .such a complete victory
premier complains are the conse- as the allies, have won, there should
quence of the action of the confer- uave been no anxlety in their mlnds
ence.in abandoning the first of Presi- as t0 tne terms of Peace: al the anxi"
' dent Wilson's fourteen points at tbe etr snou,d llave been tn the mlnds ot
very beginning of Its sessions. ini'the Germans. But we hear dally of
placo of open covenants openly ar- fears- doubts and d'saension among
i-ive,i at tv h nnin rnvonnnts sp- the allies, which spring from the
cretly arrived at. Most meager com- mystery in which the peace confer
munlques have been given as to the ence ls wrapped. Secrecy is the,
proceeding of the conference, telling feeder of rumors and false alarms,"
practically nothing of Its conclusions. . wh-,ch are tne most Ptent ,orce
Information as to the daily procwd-,aealnst confidence and unity among
ings has leaked, giving a doubtless '" "" i.
jcolored, distorted and fragmentary!
view ot what was done. Being denied, "Mickey" at the Liberty Friday,
lull and accurate information, the,and Suntey- 7'4t '
public has grasped at any news it
could get, has discussed It and drawn
conclusions from Nit. Certainly the
allies have not profited, and the Ger-,
The peace conference should have
learned from the events ot the war'
Lieutenant V. P. Farley was among
the train urrhnls last evening from
Ft. Wyandott, New Mexico. He is
sta.Wng at the White Pelican Hotel.
James M. Allen, district attorney
for Stskl.iou county, who has been In
the city lor a brief business visit,
left on the train this morning for
1. J Straw, who operates a ranch
on the Wesit side of the Ppper Klam
ath Luke near Odessa is in the eoiuu
ty seat for a few das looking after
W. K. Seehorn was a passenger
this morning for Sin Francisco where
he expects to spend the next few
das on business. He may go to Nev
ada before returning.
C. W. Warren, a well known re
sident of the HI) district Is looking
after business interests in the coun
ty seat for a few days. He is register
ed at the Hotel Hall.
Vice-President (Alex Rosborough of
the California-Oregon Power Com
pany came in on the train last even
ing on business for the company,
Tliegie.it popularity of Hie Trel-
er LOW VOST Gtiariiiitcfil life pol
icies is lelltHtisI hi Hie fact Hint tllir
Inii 11)18 this proroihe rotuputi) Is.
Mieil iiioie lliaii .Ul:t,t)0O,00:i or new.
life business. Ask Clillcole Smllli
about the Ni:V 11)111 policies l It
Gives whi: Ai)i.i:it-i-K. ,
"My w Ife was pronounced incura
ble bj physicians unless operated
complicated bowel trouble) I be
gan giving Adler-l-ka and sho Is Im
proving I shall continue until she Is
cured." (Signed) J" II I'nderwood,
Adler-l-kl empties HOT!! upiwir
and lower bowel, tliiHliiug KNTIUK'
alimentar canal, ltcuiovcs ALL foul
mutter which poisons system Often famous Indian screen star, noted fur
CURES constipation. Prevents ap- her wonderful beauty -ind artistic
peudicltis We have sold Adler-t-ka ability, will appear In per.i,n at the
man jears It Is a mixture of buck- Star theater, beginning Snturd.it,
thorn, c.iscar.i, glcerlne and nine April 12th Miss Darkfeather will
other simple drugs Whitman Drug wear an Indian buckskin dress m.ii.e
Co Adv I by herself, and containing oier r00
i rattlesnake rattlers, with u combined
ago of J, out) years, and which took
over four years to collect limbics
this wonderful and novel dress, sho
weprs numerous silver bracelets giv
en to her by several very promliie it
At the Theaters
Princess Monti Darkfeathor, the
The "iiport of Kings" tint or
Inn mi lacing will be one of the nl
tr alhe fen tines In "Pie Thounand
an IIoiii'. the big production slur
ring Hale Hamilton, which will be
shown at the Liberty tonight
These sieues weie taken at the
Stiiiitngii rate trick and hIiows the
famous r le. where "Hannibal" the
two j en r old cliextnut, won nine
thoiiKiiud ilollais in money ami a
gold loving cup valued at ten thous
ami dotliiis, for his owner Six races
will be seen by those who view thU
plctlllc. Including, beside the Huri
toga Spcil.il. the Ninth American
Stci'iilei'luise and the fluitnplalli
, How a clever Wall Street fliiini'ler
be auie the dupe of a Teuton secret
agent, and how his life and reputa
tion were saved b) the man he hud
toibldileli to meet his daughter,
folios tli fisclnntiUK theme ot Peg
KV Upland's newest plitlire ll:'
' Mtirrlnges in t miiile" which will
complete the big double bill at the
Libel tv- tonight ,
Come and see our line of
Now on display nt
LORENZ PLUMBING SIP
123 N. Sixth St.
mo. u 3.
Chili Con Carna
Phone orders taken for Salmis
and Fishermen's Lunches
Delicatessen Lunches served as
jou like them.
Just around the corner on Till.
We caler' to Ladies
I'HONB 1 1(1
O. R. line Arnold V. Huke
D.WCIV; SATCIID.VY IIVKXIXO
ScIih t I'litui-es (n poiiillon
"ci:cii.ia op Tin: pink itosps-
' Aits or high class..Moe Voda-VII.
si.voi.vo at Tin: liiiphtv.
Patrons of the Liberty Theatre to
night will certainly get a good inn'
for their money as two entire shows!
will bo glen starting at 7 3D P M '
III addition to the big double bill, j
tho now song "MICKKY" will be1
featured by Miss Claudia Spink,
whose sweet voice Is well known toJ
local theatre goers Miss Spink will,
sing at the close of the Hist feature
picture so that . cwrione will hau
a chnnce to hear her it
Tho Shoe that A & A
give you ex
Sold in Black
Cn If or In
clinn Tan Calf.
$6i lo $8 80
O. F. Dcmorcst, dentist, Is located
In KInmath Falls; otllce In the Hrlstol
building, above Sugnrinan's store, flth
and Main. 9-1 2t
To practic.il, cvcryJay wear for luting comfort for the ort of cmce vu
luic a right to expect look to the HucMtn.nr Army Sliue. It uillpie uu i
new ienc of hoc-comlort J new undemanding ofilioe-ccunomi.
from toi-j;raJc nuterult I) top uuub
' TiiniiKlf l'lesents
' "FLIKTI.VG WITH PATi:."
Patlie Whi. Laiest Cnrii'iil KtentN.
Admission ) & r, iciits .Matinee
.:)(). Lieiilngs 7::io & .
MERRILL OPERA HOUSE
TUKSDAVS AM) SATURDAYS
Merrill. Oregon ,
.Made on the fiinoui Muiiiuii l.Jit
ivorliucn. Worn hy tlimiuiuU of men in all wjlli ciflitr
I'or Sale at
li. K. K. Store, llnulley Shoe Store
BUCKINGHAM . HECHT
OS mmmu" 'I w
j tuir ' ")
111 placo of ratl-splltters In Amor
lean politics, wo now have hulr-split-tors.
Long' Island City Star.
"Cheap" brake lining is
often hidden beneath the
You only find this out it lien the
lining quickly wears uywiy or refuses
to hold. Then the car goes buck to
the shop for .N'K-W lining, followed by
another repair bill, and what is more
important jour car Is temporarily
out of commission.
' ,Mukc every dollar do the work of
two. Snvo bus by coasting. Conserio
it by stopping engine when standing.
Huy Kod oil and tlies. Get .substiin
tlon WKAR ut the brakes with Ita)
bestos... Ilujbestos "grips," it ghes
udded security and insures satisfac
imvai iiv. rsr ur .
AUTO BLUE BOOK
"TIIK PICK OP TIIK PICTI'IIKS"
H. W. POOLE, Owner
TWO COMPLETE SHOWS AT THE REGU-
t LAR PRICES, 10c AND 20c
$5,000 AN HOUR
Starring Hale Hamilton
"MARRIAGES ARE MADE"
Starring Peggy Hyland
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
NOTE See our schedule of shows and prices
for "Mickey" elsewhere in this paper.
At this Theater nt
!i:0 p. in.
Doors open nt 2 o'clock
MR. HARRY BOREL
AXYU'IIKKK IX Till: CITY
Cement Work of all Kinds
Let Me Make You an
W. D, MILLER
New City Laundry
WK OUAHAXTKK OCIIWOHK
HIilrtH and Collars Laundered
.We also wash silk, wool 'and col
orcd Roods very caicfiilly. Try us
once mid lie convinced. Our prices
nro rlttht. Phono 154.
127 Fourth Street
Hack of First .National Hank
the Studebakcr Cars
are neiv throughout, with
improved motors, inter
new axles', bodies, tops,
hoods, fenders, etc.
Beautiful in design
DUNHAM AUTO CO.
403 W. Sixth St.
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Our repair department is exclusively con
trolled by Morrison and Peterson. These
men are expert machinists and electricians,
will give you guaranteed service, and their
charges will be reasonable.
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