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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 3, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
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HERE FROM KANSAS
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on Cm MiiKf ,i mi,
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IDEAL COUNTER BALANCE
V;j. uuMi-n-i- tin- pttwii, tlcil)iht , ,.
of .nlir fill Less Vibration, Lm. Upk n, F ,
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hulaiu'im; the Toid
Ninth nnd Mnin St. Kln...nil. i:n
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A fast a- tin In" w h
nolo Sam are
service thev w '.1 r. u
t hi dpiRn
.i il to the Ken
Kin r of lliO new
i .i-e c .nl in -. T'l Oi.piT.in
joiu w 'i The Hira il n pointuiK o
the v i unt- of im t-.ilired ivnrol
. .. I.... I nolo Sam are ilii hulk. .1
Ol poi uiiieii rtuiu'n". a yiuii-n
to the r rUmation ol land f i- oi
ilier Kver me ihmiv lam1 the
panha- luiK 1-unrh of office holder -
m a-1lrctonvhae been workinit vid,. u -hare of th.- fund and ... i.-n l.n.iiKlii iuu the Har0) LnmlPr
day ani n cht to exolve ome vh-nif that ihe local authuntli im for-n tu Min-tr.U at Irnm ihi compnn) I
that w 1 proloiK their tenure of of the lau .t-blihlt.is il.elf rapidh top
fire an leAter.d their influence The One of the bet thinn hu h cou'd liner attraction and la not thought uf
tidier bov a the M plausible hapten to the horde of Koiernment a a lilnier bo It HelliK Hi the
excuse -hex could crab and the cU-rk uhich .crat.he a llMtiB in ume rlu and character a an.
haw t)e-n workinp th patriotic en-,uhlnston uould b- to be driven "hlte mlnstr.-l mile. It be that t
tlment of the countn threadbare hv ou. and mattered oM-r the country to I. -uperlor nd the hlt, in.pl. i
adracc.np even imaginable propoM- iK "' '" "anil an.! make farm. pr.-elllni! ih. effort., of ll.e,e a,
lion, all calling for more money and and Kro croP The uould haw. Ins p.opl. are urt liberal n th
. . . ,.v.i... i. .l -.r... .. .iii.t...! h.mia fni. iiatrotiaire
more oower ine number oi inee uuui, u-i.;. -.... v. ...-.. ......... .....
has Broun -o larpv that public -u- n h"''- l"t the would be a-th im
plcion l at lat being nroiiM-d and It proxed in health and pocket and
is now belieied that there will be lit- would b-come of much more u. to
tie healwa made alone the oncinal themeles and the country
lines The one chap that I- fooled
the lea-' i the one th.-e office-holders
tn to make fie public beliew
they w.nt to erve the soldier boi
Oh' he loinel the hanc onto
those two ord' But the soldur bo
has had a tate of cowrnmentnl red
tape and he i- not anxious for any
more cf it The nam the land all
riKht h it they want It freed from the
cur:: of official autocracv and Ineffi
cient administration Incident to the
administration of th law from
Wfish-ncton On this point the Ore
"If th' land reclamation and -old'er
t-etllement bill which will surel pa-
congre-- i to be efficient admin -tered.
the. execution of the law w,l
hare tobe entrusted in a larc" de?'.
to authorities In th states where tht
lands lie not centered in Wj'-hinK
ton. The chief cause of the growirg
inefficiency and extravasance ff the
Kovernn.ent is centralization of
ill authority in the capital This
practice has made the cowrnintoi
t-ach v. huge machine that it inons
more slowly Just whin the needs of
the time demand that It sped up
Everv o must le approved bv so
man r.'ficlals that it is inordinate!
ltlaul Each official is jealous of
bis lilt I- bit of authorit butseks'o
ede rtsponsibilit hence freiuen'
JlOstpcnment of decisions A horcL
of mbcclitiau b has- been appoint u
thru x meal faor in dierfgard of
the v ! sirvice law patronag ha
jTowi "j enormous proportion ar d
the f?ow-rnment machine Inrludts so
many persons as to constitute danger
to the fretdorn of the peopU It suf
ferR from a Hpecles of political fattv
degeneration of the hetrt
So far this season reports wrii
the fart t tint five iilrhts out of tl.
week hundred nre tiirnxl .
from the Harvey Greater Muntrtl
Tbe will b. here at tin 0
llimf Tuednv and Weiln.-il
June in anil 1 1
At the Theaters
I i: I.- I OK ATION
Kor -tug ng and dun ng ni in an
excel the lolored r.ue .mil .ie:iis as
Mis Atlguhtu Park, r
the Central artinol lift
if the cr.a n of the colon d talent ha on the trul'i fo- I'ortl.itnl
Marshall Field, Third, Just Out of Uniform
Himself, Helping to Find Jobs for Soldiers
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(apta.n Marshall FT-' 1 third cn.n
ff th wealthl.Kt young ir-eri i'i th. '
,.,,, . , , foun'o who was r'si,rt .J - arced
"Lard reclamation and settlement , . .. i.irn-i
constitute a public enterprise whlrh
from 'h army nai aern t. i
ran bc fr carri.d out b devolution !?s" n ' " '"'1"t ",anl"','"r "' tl
of a very large measure of authority ' J""""V' " ""rf'," '" ' h
c go He is see" Ii i Interviewing
t eoldier Just r I , -d fiom kivim
i ii certain vshat it (.f a tub In is
.st fitted for Ki .1, in. In-i-ii iirtiv.
. li-ide of lis off (.1,1 .ap.ulty ii
i i 'ing joIif for sol. ii- and s.illiirx
to the Matts or to nuti-commmH.on.
which should contract for Improvi
ment of land should supervise th.
work a'd should locate ettlr on
he lam and make financial arrang.
"lents with thern Heferences of all
these a fairs to Washington would
result in delay confusion and ofnn
in thing not being done at all How
ran a rrtn in Washington dire.t w1H.
)y what s done in Or. gon or Louisi
ana ixupt in the most gin.ral way'
The man to run things is the man on
the ground The man in Washington
iieedh only to bee that the local mn
conform with the law and with gen
eral policy he necdB to co-ordinate
the efforts of all and to apportion
funds among them
"Other countries have passed or
are passing similar laws, and they
carry out their plans thru the local
authorities. Great Britain is only a'
fraction of the Blze of this country!
hnd could better managu its soldier!
settlement and housing schem.H thru
the central government than thlo na-j
Hon can Hut it simply passes a gen-'
r.il law which jiractlcally enables
ill. loin y councils to buy improve
. nd fit i land and another Jaw en
t,i nt- i.g nd boroughs to build
Jiouxta 'flic government oi y pro
"Till I'lfK or thi: VllTVMlH"
H. W. Poole, Owner
Matinee Every Day
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