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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
TIII'ltNllAY, Al'llll, 17, ,m
OF I. W. '.'.
ARE LI IK
PHOENIX, Arlx., April 17. -Doc-
lock nnd key In tho United States
commissioner's office at lllsbee. I
An efficient system of bookkeeping
with printed forms for every purpose,
stomping the I. V. W. orRtuilmtliml
ns one run on strictly business like
lines nnd not tho Intangible body It!
sometimes Is supposed to bo, Is shown j
til l,o riMnpilo nnu l.M.l .. (Im l.i"l'
copn county sheriff. Liberal hso of
the malls for ordinary transmission,
I special delivery packages and regis-
1 tered lottery also nro In evidence,
while, thero Is abundance of testl-
OREGON TOWNS iSAEE TEA BAMBY
iiments and alleged revelations cf n ' mony, said Shorif f Montgomery, thnt
former secretary of the Industrial money was rushed to t. W. V. dele
AVorkors of tho World branch wero Bntes b' wlrc whon tho occasion de
made public here today by Sheriff mnmled.
John Montgomery of Maricopa conn-' In th verbatim statement which
ty. In n campaign of publicity "to lot sller'ff Montgomery asserted, ho ob
the people of this city nnd county tnlned from tho former secretary, bo
know I. W. conditions hero and ' foro a wittness, tho following ques
to Impress on Washington tho neecs- llons nn1 answers appear:
sity for protection." I Q There nro still radicals in. tho
An alleged verbatim copy of stito-!sta,e' mcn wno bollevo In force and
TOPTit hv n fnrmnr T W f.rrntri-v 'torch.
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TWIIXTV I'Ol'Il CITIKS IX STATIC j
h.wi: haxk i:rosiTs ahevi:
MILLION DOLLAItS. KLAMATH '
TIIXTH OX LIST
IT'S (HtAXDMOTIII'lt'S Itl'l'll'll TO
IIIII.NC HACK COI.OIt AM l.t'S
Tlti: TO HAIIt
PAl.K.M. April 10. Twenty-seven i
cities In Oregon hnvo bank deposits j
of $1,000,000 or more, as shown by .
TPCpInt for mnnnr nml lpttpra worn 1 COI1H1 not point incm Olll.
among the papers published. ; Tlic-V ,,0n'1 s,nnS ver- well In tho or-
Sheriff Montgomery said his in-. KanUatlon. I knew .at the time of
formation had been presented lo a flres lloro ' tllP vap' thnt somo
committee of citizens and this nm- j of the b.vs wero l,olnB It. but ' ,11(1j cities In tho list named fn order, nc
nlttce had decided upon publicity as i n't know who. cording to tho amount of hank de-
a remedy. His. secret Investigation of J Q ou wero confident thnt some
7 V W. nffiira. he added, had heon i " tne memoers oi mo i. . . wera
You can turn gray, inded hnlr lpnu
tlfully dark and luntroiis nlin.ni nvo.
night If you'll get n 50-joiii bottlo ot
"Wyeth's Sago and Sulphur Com
pound" at any drug, i.turo Million
of bottles of this old famous Siige To.i
Iteclpe, Imiiroved by tho addition of
Inllinr tnL'ri'illnntn. nm utllll lllllllltlllv.
statement Issued today by tho .tnlc,MV- W(l known ,,rtlKK,Hl ,,, llp.
banking department, which Is bimcdlrUW u ,, , ,nr , ,
on the report of tho venditions of ! ,, rny ,nl 10 Clll l0 u
banks on March 4. Total deposits In,,,,,, bcon ,Mj
these 27 cities amount to $1S7,;1M).. T(()so ,,,, ,,,,. , tntnlnK Krnv
403. l'ortland Is at the head ot tho,or bl,comlnB fm01 ,invo urprlo
list with 22 banks, having deposits of ;nwnUnK ,,.,, i,cnuil, f.r one or
$12,7S,41M, ut.llo Milton has twin-' ...... nm,ii,.,ion. ., Briiy )mr im-
ty-soventh place, with two banks hav-' ,g,,M nml ,.0llr Iorks iKciml0 n,xr.,
PRODUCER TO CONSUMER
It is just as easy nnd quick to jjo to the right
plrtcc to get quality meats ns not; nnd inslontl
of getting only some satisfaction and enjoy
ment you get it nil.
534 Main St.
lng deposits of $1.0;iS.07
prompted by a determination to pre
vent a recurrence of alleged incend
iarism in the Salt River valley.
"Much of the matter given out, he
"asserted came from the Phoenix I. W.
"W. office which he described as head
quarters second In Importance only
to the main office at Chicago. He said
he had obtained records and pajors
Telatlng to I. W. W. operations In
Arixona, New Mexico. California, Tex
as, Colorado and Nevada.
A former secretary of the I. AV. W.
according to a stenographic report of
answers said to have been made by
him to Sheriff Montgomery's ques
tions, is credited w-th the following
That Incendiarism In the Salt Riv
er Valley near Phoenix last summer
was carried out by members 'of tho
I. w. w.
That members of the organization
still are carrying on the campaign
of the "torch."
That a member of the I. W. V.
from California told him pjrlvately
some of the "Sacramento bunch" cf
responsible for tho fires?
A We wero confident some of tho
members were doing It, but we did
n't know who. Most of us are opposed
to that, but I will tell you tho truth,
the old 400 are in the biggest part of
I that. (He Is reported to have said
previously that "400" was the desig
nation of the agricultural division of
the I. W. W., the mining division be
Q You have men in the organiza
tion doing the same thing yat?
A Yes, but it is nwfully hard to
untly dark and ho.Mitlful.
This Is tho iiku of joutli. (irny
lintred.'unnttractlvo folks aren't want
ed around, so get busy with Wyet.i's
Sage and Sulphur Compound tonlMit
posits are: Salem, Astoria, Pendleton,
Kugene, linker, Albany, Tho Dalles,
Medford, Klamnth Falls, Oregon City. nll,j you bo delighted with your
dark, handsome hnlr and your youth
ful appearance within a few dayjt.
La (Srando, Corvallla, McMlnnvllle,
Hood River, Mnrshfleld, Roseburg.
Hillsboro, Sllverton, Ilrnd, Heppner,
(rants Pass, Tillamook,
NAVY WILL IUXJCK
Residents ot Mills Addition or oth
ers please not uso tho Klamath Kor
ooratlon nronortv without first Eot-
i.i.ivc ni.' KTitiKvim'tlng permission from Chllcoto &
iSmith, Agents. lC-3t
WASHINGTON, D. C, April 16.
Transports will bo operated in nnd ' O. F. Oomorcst, (lontlnt. Is located
nn nt Now vt h..hn. if i. .......I,.... In Klamath Falls: ottlco In the llrlstol
., .,,,,.. n. . . .. i building, above Sugnrman's store, lith
the onflro United States navy Jo do It,' .,. .t.,n 9-1 ''t
find out a man like thnt until he has " ,s officially stnted today, In connec-! :
gone an awfully long ways. Some of j Hon with plans of tho harbor work
tho men are In Sacramento. There jorso start a strike tomorrow, with
was a fellow down here from there, ' the Intention of tying up traffic com
who told me privately that some of plotely.
the Sacamento bunch was guilty. ,
Sheriff Montgomery stated he had ADLKIM-KA AOAIX
been pursuing his investigation inlnj "I ha( a bad case ot constipation,
I. W. W. affairs since the ilrst of JKas on tho stomnch, nnd other bowel
.,., .... jm..i .I,., i, ., trouble. Twelve hours after I took
tpe year. He declared that IT it were .,,,. , ,, . ... .,,. , ,,. .,
, , . i Adlor-l-ka I felt better, nnd after con-
possible, he would prevent tho out tlnulng I consider myself CURKIV
bursts of Incendiarism In ho Salt! (Signed) K. H. Beeman, Callspell,
Rjver valley which characterized for. (Wash. I
r.er summers, and to this end ho uier-i-ha eipeis all, gas ami
1 eillnniX elnnnliifT alnnmAh illulvnmi
. . . , .A ,,n.o,l nn o I V V In. ""i "?? ""'"" """"". i.n.i.o
forty convicted mere several mon'.nsi "" ..vt...- .. .... .. INSTANTLY. Removes ALL foul
nulry. .matter which pohons system. Often
"I have laid my Information be'urnlCUUES constipation. Prcventa, up
a committee of business men", said pondlcltls. Wo Bold Adler-l-ka many)
,. . , .,., ,,,,. ,,,. ,i ,i,,,i ' years. It Is n mixture of buckthorn,
tho sheriff, and they havo decided cascara Klycerlno anil nno oUu)r :
that some of the dctnlls of m? inv3- pe drugs Whitman Drug Co. Adv.
tigatlon should he published In fin i -
endeavor to let the people of this
lit,. nn,I n. ... l.'nmi. T t f..n I I I
1.1. ...ill W..M. n.,u, .. ... ,,. ..i.
ditlons here and to Impress pn Was.i
ago, were guilty of the sabotage
charged against them.
That the secretary, together with
other members of the I. W. W. had
held conferences on "labor matters
In "common" In the Phoenix labor
The records of the Phoenix head-!
Cement Work of nil Kindt
Let Me Make You an
W. D. MILLER
AIR IS CHEAPER THAN AUTOMOBILE TIRES
The Ilrst nml lust rule for t in inotorUt who would gut the hm.
est tire mileage from his tires, Is to keep thuiii prupnrly InlliUcd
Thero are ilnllnllii rules covering 'I'" proper Intliulim of tinn, nml
we are In a position to supply I'lem to every motor car owner When
tins tiro uudor-lntlated nnd driven In this condition, limteud nf ihq
H'l'lli'iit action and even dlstrlliutlou of thu loud, they nn t'ruiuiil
between tho road and the rim. Anyone at nil familiar w itli tho
construction of tires knows thill (hey are built up of u carnum rum.
posed of tho fittest cotton llhro. Impregnated utid coated ullli rub
ber, to which a heavy tread Is vulcanised.
They ure built so they glvo resiliency when fully Inflated Hut
when they ure run almost Hat. thero Is a derided breaking utrsln
thrown upon tho fabric It hni u similar effect, whim the tlr are
In play to sonstautly bending wlro back and forth In one spot Tho
wlro will break, nnd likewise thn fabric composing tho foundation
of the tiro Is destroyed and the tiro Is worthless.
Over-lunation Is another evil. In tho first place, nvcr-lnflntNl
tires are subjected to uniluo strain. Then they have not Mm caiy
riding qualities In this condition. They nro almost like rldltiK on
solid (Ires. The careful motorist will always take care Hint Ills
tires are properly Inflated,
AUTO DLUE DOOK
Quarters of the organization in the
-5TSTrlfr. ndssesslon show a total ofi'nston the necessity for proration."
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The creat popularity of the Trmel-
cr LOW COST GuarantecI llfo pol
17,000 received In dues during half.
a year, mostly miners' dues, those j
for other branches having been sent '
Icies Is reflected In tho fuel that lur-
directly to Chicago. A grand total of ,K 10i8 ths progressive contnany Is-j
nearly flOD.OOO Is shown as the nued more than $218,000,009 of new,
. . . - .. ... , ...- .il .. f. C.I.Kf
Phoenix office s receipts irom an iiic ouim. m. uumire . ri
sources for less than a year. Of thls'" the .NEW 100 policies. 9-tf
more than $80,000 Is represented asl n
coming from the sale of literature. I 22 cilIber rtemlngton and hollow
due stamps, six hour stamps and de- point cartridges. 3-12t I
fense stamps for the prioner's fund In
this state. New Mexico, Nevada, Cali
fornia, Colorado and Texas.
'(United States government docu
ments, declared Sheriff Montgomery,
-were not safe from I. W. W. hands
and In proof of his assertion, he pro
duced two, orders to the United States
marshal for Arizona for raids on cer
tain premises in the city ofDisbee to
seize seditious literature, proscribed
badges, etc. According to tho in
scriptions on tho back of these, the
seizures were made, one being en
dorsed by C. J. McFarlane, who sign
ed himself "SpeeiaJ employe Dept. of
Justice U. S." One was dated March
18 and -the other March 19, 1918.
Sheriff Montgomery declared these
documents belong properly under
ANYWHERE IN THE CITY
Western Transfer Co.
Pumping and Irrigating
Plants of All Kinds
123 "North ,6th St.
I ikt$ -
Paint is Cheap Today
Y'OU producers and growers who sell such tilings as beef, hogs,
grain, beans, wool, eggs, butter.'potatoes, do you know that the
money you get for these things will buy more Heath & Milhgan
Paint today than ever before? Then why not use paint freely on your
buildings this season rather than wait and have expensive repair bills
Heath & Milligan Paint on your house acts like a mackintosh. It
shuts out any chance of decay. It is dependable cheapestin the end.
Roberts & Hanks,
422 MAIN jST.
Have you ever thought of the important part which good
blood plays in our daily lives?
The rugged, care-free boy, the healthy, growing girl,' the at
tractive woman whose complexion is the object of so mvfch ad
miration, the strong, vigorous man whose keen mind and clear
skin command respect and attentionall these are rich in this
powerful force so necessary to health good red blood.
If you would enjoy life you must keen the blood pure, and thus
prevent many forms of illness. A valuable aid is
A powerful tonic containing Iron and Nux Vomica, in combina
tion with Beef and Wine.
Nux-i-tone is recommended for convalescents, weak, anemic
women and girls, feeble old folks and delicate children. Its valu
able tonic properties act quickly, soon the appetite improves,
digestion is better, and the road is opened to health and strength.
Nux-i-tone is pleasant to take. Try it and watch your health
Price $1 per large bottle
WHITMAN DRUG CO.
J In business for your health.
SnDVAIlb I A WW BLUE GRASS, WHITE CLOVERl NONPAREIL LAWN MIXTURE Murphey's
JrUll iUUK LA II 11 ENGLISH RYE GRASS AND LAWN DRESSING 126 South sM st.
s Feed & Seed Store ,
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