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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 6, 1919)
TIIKNIIAV, MAY , neft.
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
J. M U It It A V
El) I TO It
BELGUM I UOY
Who Says China Isn't Progrcttive?
Can You Keep an Accurate Box Score?
Published (.tally eicept Sunday l
The Herald Publishing Company of
Klamath Kails, at U5 Fourth street
Entered at the poMofftce at Klam
ath Kails, Ore , tor transmission thru
the malls as second-class matter.
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Dateless Dispatch by A.iortutil
VtfS". tlolglum will -sign tlid ,i.ica
The Associated Tress Is exclusively treaty ilojpno I'm prino.it f Hit: at
entitled to the ue (or republication truel flint the 'In.uuu'. "iiii
ot nil news dispatches credited to It 0I1),clU tcrrltor,aI s,,ect of ,, ,,lict
ur noi uiuvr:se creuinu in mis ia
meeting f the Crown Council
wai held at llrusels Siinrin' .mil i.
wn decided to -Irii the treat
. printed dr.ift of the tromv h i
l i rmted todav inn will prolnbl I
pi rented to the (Vnnaiis on r.urs
day. It Is Intimated that somo ar
U':if.ements for II ply to p.i'i li t
ni the Versailles ceroinonv will "n
One thing the voters of KUunuth ,cacn,?d-
The Austrian delegation to i.ie
conference Is reported to hae met at
Vienna and Is expected to arrive In
Paris soon after the liermans have
received their treaty
The decision to summon the Aus
trians Is expecleJ hae some r-Tlu-ence
on the return of the Italians and
also the fact thut Italy would ue with
out voice In the disposition of dor-
may have some
per, and also local news puuitsued
All rights ot republication of spe
cial dispatches herein u'ie also re
ferred Tl"KSOAY. MAY , fllltl.
TIIK ItOOSKVKI.T IlltillU Y.
county should not forget ou June 3rd
and that Is to te for the Koos-jvelt
highway There are two reasons lor
this. Klrst, It should be built be
cause It developes that section of Or
egon, and what helps one part of
the state helps all of It. Second, be
cause we will get federal money to
build it ,and if there is any way on
earth that we can get any money out n,any's colonies
of those penny-pinchers in Washing-r woipht In this matter
ton, let us do it. They have stolen The organisation of tho League of
millions from Oregon and squander- Vnttnn hn now been nerfected. Ti
ed it on pet projects In other states. vnnlh tr00Ps which occupied JV-, didn't ."butt in" when he quit China ,,ul weni luriB.r Mil only did ho
v- i . , . ..m .?.... a. !.,., . i i..ii ..,....,... ..... "WWlio and act ni czar (whatever
.....,., (,.,,..t...r.n.tni...,. .-o ..-... .., w that means now) hut he wum an effl.
..- u.u rUl .. ... vu . v-Uv uo.a . ou..c. ..u.......c... ,. ..,..- orlcan puonc. We nBlll make ,ot . keener and unn.tr..
even though It coes hard to com- la Is Indignation ttt the seizure of the ' .. . . -,onl l'c"r" Kc,',,er "n" ullro. A
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lwutii?c nsiu tut iusocaj wv iuc yaaK
'SfcJ2Bi ROBERTS & HANKS
b w, liiimm
Lee Woo utlmlts baseball Is Uncle acting as uiuplr and score keeper,
Sam's national game and he hopes he w n il,r ""'I Johnson In China '
Hut he went further Not only did he
,. , m .a I1IVUMQ It If IV f UL1 iU tB ill
Is The Soviet Oovernment of Hungar- or,can pubc We m,Bhl Itlake Iot
3- la Is Indignation at the seizure of tle . . . .. ,. ' , , ' "l C "r" ,"!,', er "ni1 u,nplr
t. Hungarian legation at Vienna by f b"sebla11 CJlb ? "? " J' hy wWr " '
.'rm,t iit.,n fnr.n. nn,l .!. "'""'s -i i uiiiiiis uloiiFugeu mm to report luimil.-ill
county will go almost solidly for this nund. that German Austria . , ,. '"ri"Bt ?,".,, T"" y ! f""'"" "" " MCC" "UrC "",k,,K "" "'
highway. But don't forget it on the -.llate action to utr-t tuo,, In.olv. LnnL,W T" ' T"' A b0, ''COr0 " " MV'"
theory that there will be enough H. Meanwhile Budapest Is , .1 p.nlc " J'!! ' '" tK-Un,,, '' I lMV.V-:
ovhi the menace to the el. from th? ot lhe fathera of baseball in China, even to a youngster from Clilim.
Totes anyway. There is a bie vote In
this state that still clings to the Idea mfo" ' ne Czech. SciVun ana -
that we don't need good roads, and
you can bet the las tcent you have
that every one of them will be on
hand to vote against it. Just kill
that vote by voting for It, and be
come part of the great movement
that Is lifting old Oregon out or the
Ki umantan troops.
IIOADK GOOD TO KKUDl.VG. (
TWO MEASURES THAT MUST PASS
Mr. Joseph Tramel drove his car
Lyle Johnston, xho ha. been In! 'J 1Redd,nK ,t0 Klamath F.. ) )at
the military rvlce and Rationed atj sd"y even,lnf Mr; T "
n . . ... v . . j porta the roads In good condition by
Fort Columbia has been discharged! . " '
j w j . .. w .1 Topsy Grade,
and has returned ta his home at , ...
Klamath Fall,. L. , T", T CCr.P"n'ed "'
I his father-in-law l'erly Stiles.
Two sections of Oregon that are
widely separated by a great distance
georgaphlcally on account of twol
barrier mountain ranges are figur
atively joining hands for a united
drive on the ballot boxes at the spe
cial state election In June. That '
great stretch of empire known as
WATER USERS MEET.
A meeting of the directors of the)
Klamath Irrigation District is being.
held at the Reclamation Office this
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE RECORD.
WILL HELP YOU
Owing to a mlxup in the films at
A cold that "hangs on" is a
Eastern Oregon is enthusiastically tne WDer,y lnealrc' ,nsteaa ot ine drain On physical Well being,
working to give the coast counties of Great Victory," as announced, the
Oregon the Roosevelt Highway; the Pcture w" "The, Great Ito" . PeptOM, OUr best toniC, IS
seven great coast counties comprls-,raance'" 'eatured Harold Lock- Kleal for helping to regain
Ing one-seventh of the area of the wood- 6'1 Strength. v
state are just as enthusiastically
working to develop the irrigation Belgian Aviator Who Takes
win 1 BE
How ofta bar you brd that aid
cry from tbt victims of dlas. Per
haps tb dltordfr bai on too far for
btlp, but oftrnrr it is just in its first
tacts and tbt pains and arbrs art onlj
naturt's first cries for btlp, I)o not
dtiptir. Kind out tbt rsu and girt
nature sll tbe btlp you can and be
will rtpay you with htaltb. Look after
tbt kldoeji. Tbe kldnrjt are tbe rooit
overworked orcan of tbt human body,
and wbtn tbev full In tbtlr work nf
I filtering- and throwing off the polnon
mat constantly accumulates in tbe ;
ttm. everything guea wrong. UOI.I)
MEDAL Haarlem Oil ('spuules
give slmont Immnllate rrl.'rf from kid
ney and bladder troubles and Ibeir kin
drd allmrnta. Tbey will free your
bmly from pain in almrt order. Hut be
ure to get (iOI.O MKDAI Look for
the name on eery liot. In three alzrt,
aealed packagrt. Money refunded if
hev dft rtnt belp vn
King to Peace Conference
projects of the East Oregonlans.
An apt Illustration of the friendly
spirit that is animating the const
counties' is a rally held at (!ariiln"r
on the UrnPQua river recently when
settlers came by the hundred to
boost for the Roosevelt highway bond
issue. Some of those in attendance
came from points miles distant in
boats More than a thousand gather
ed at Gardiner to hear President S. V.
Pier of the Roosevelt highway as
sociation explain he wonderful pos
sibilities that will bu opened up by
what he declared will he the greatest
bcenic boulevard in the world.
The assemblage not only endorsed
the highway project, but It went on
record with a unanimous resolution
favoring the passage of the Galla
gher bill whereby the state is given
authority to lend its credit to Irri
gation projects approved by a spe
cial commission consisting of tho
state superintendent of banks, the
state engineer and the attorney gen
eral. Letters and telegrams endorsing
the Gallagher bill are pouring Into Railroad delays are frequent in
the headquarters of the Roosevelt nelgium because of the hun H wanton
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Counterteltrr Caiicbtl The New Yolk hraltb autlmnlir I..J a llf.
lyrf manufacturer aentrnred to tbt penitentiary lor .riling tluoujrl.out
tbe United Rtatra million, of "Talcum powder" tablet a. l.plrln TakliU.
Don't ask for Aspirin Tablets Always say "Bayer."
Don't buy Aspirin in a pill box! Get flayer package!
Always say, "Give me genuine
'Bayer Tablet, of Aspirin.' " Insist
you want only the Paver package
with the "Bayer Crou" nn the
package and on the tablets.
The genuine "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" have been
proved safe by millions for Pain. Headache. Neuralgia,
Toothache, Earache, Rheumatism. Lumbago, Colds.
Grippe, Influenzal Colds, Joint Pains, Neuritis. Proper
dose in every "Bayer" package. American owned!
Itoira of 12 tableta Rottlea of 84 Ttottlee of 100 Alio Cap.ulei.
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highway association m the imperial fjestruetion. so King Albert, when In l'"1.: 'll'''T,J.."'''(.,.,',:S,.,.'!l.V.i"
Hotel Portland from thf rli'imlinm . ,.-,.. . (KiltAI'll mill CAMM'l, (HA IKS,
iion-i, i uruaiiu, iroin me cnaiiiDorB a hurry. aendH for Lieutenant Cren- mo KI'HIVd'S III'DS mill MAT-
of commerce and other public splr- 0r , uelgian Aimy. Aviation rtriHSIft. '
lted organlzationa all over tljo coast, corps. Mlo immedllutely iiroiiaros the
Similar endorsements for thu coast ,.,, arplalU) for u n,K,u. KlnB A1. I
I I'lalforin Scnlc, I ('iitintcr Kciili',
t-lii, Uiik'mi mill ItaiK, I 1'iirjii
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by the score from tho Irrigation belts fr()m ,ll0 ,,eace conference by piano I .l-lllsr Hreiler.
of eastern, southern anil central an,j Um maU(, n,,,hts t0 KnKami. j,u U HWfeih, khiiIiik fw.li;
Orefjon. jlaH KrCMt confideiico in his yourif;
Tho two bills are of kindred 1m- pilot,
portance. Tho Iloosevolt hlshway , '
if built will bring millions of tourists
to Oregon. These, tourists will not section that are looking to their fu-
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only view tho unparalleled scenery lure development through Irrigation
offered by tho highway, hut thoj' will aio only too well aware that any
seek opportunities to Invebt th.-lr thing they do to Insure tho construr
nioney and make their homes In Oro- tlon of the coast highway will ho
gon. The great stretcnes or itu.i in tneroioro to their own Interest, For
tho irrigation sections offer the best this reason they havo 1
kind of clmnco for Investments. Tho get behind the highway in
people of Eastern Oregon and other Dandon World,
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All sums under $20 cush; all sums
. ..,.. ... over t'lto llunkublo Notes Duo Doc, 1,
" h,u l0 10 10. ui 0 per cent Interest,) 1'ive
movement. ,)or ct.Ilt ,ugcount f6r cash. '
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R: A. WINZLER, Special Agent
Up the steep grade, through the
rpud, along the dry road any
where, "Red Crown" gives steady,
"Red Crown" is straight-distilled,
all -refinery gasoline with
the full and continuous chain of
boiling points necessary for easy
starting, quick and smooth accel
eration, full power and long mile
age. Look for the Red Crowi
sign before you fill.