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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 24, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Jack Ryan of Rocky Point is tn
tbo city on business.
Karl Strickland of Merrill was a
'risltor in this city yesterday.
O. Wabbles was In tho city yes
terday from his homo near Lost
Mrs. Charles Lcnz of Fort Klam
nth is in tho city for a few days on
t .business and pleasure.
Oscar Peyton and Pr. Fred West-
forfeit left this morning for tho wilds
ot Klnmnth in senrch of deer.
Mrs. Fred Gnrich and son, Ho-
mer, have been confined tothcir
.home for several days by sickness.
ri Carl Ewing ot Sumner Lake, rep
resentative of the Weyerhausor in
terests, was in tho city yesterday on
'jr Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Mooro and
JfMtss MeCurdy, returned last night
Jfrom. Portland where they wore
called by tho Illness and death of
3jMr. Moore's mother
jui3 . -. l4I,v.iiiiu ami uuiib"
iter. Alien Mirie, arc expected to ro-
wiurn tins evening irom rortiana,
jwhere they have been for scvoral
jweeks for the benefit of their health
f Dr. and Mrs. T. H Conger, of Los
rjVngeles, who have spent seventeen
summers at Rocty Point, left on the
f train this morning .for San Fian
cisco. They were brought to this
jfocity by their daughter. Miss Conger,
and she, with her brother, will leave
JIor the south as soon as they close
'''tl'eir summer home for the winter.
LONDON, Sept. 23. (Uy The As
soclnted Press. )i John HuniB' mnny
friends hnvo been almost as much
surprised ns gratified that Andrew
Carnegie should have loft him 1,000
pounds a yoir, for Burns onco re
fused to shnko hands with Mr. Car
negie. Morcovor nurns was very
proud of having dono so and fond of
telling about it. It hnpponed In the
precincts ot tho Houso ot Commons
I in tho days boforo "Honest John1'
had accepted tho responsibilities of a
ministerial office and was still nn
Mr. Carncglo was being shown
through tho Houso of Common by
somo distinguished English friends.
In the lobby John Uurns was on
countered and Camcglo's attention
was directed to him. As Hums used
to tell tho story of their mooting
Carnegie stepped up to him smiling
and with outstretched hand nnd said.
"And row Cameglo offers his hand to
John nurns" To which Durns re
plied, "John Rums refuses to take
the hand of Andrew Carnegie" and
turned his back on tho multi-millionaire.
Burns had said mnny violent
things ngainst capitalists. Thoro Is
no doubt that Cameglo had a sincere
admiration for Rums ns a self-edu
cated and self-mndo Innn. And pos
ing of It would amount substantially
to tho follewing: Vnluo of timber
$33,000,000, logging H4.01J0,000,
milling operations JC.r.,000,000,
transportation nnd labor JGM00,
000, total $187,000,000.
Klamath Indians l'rogtvitlu)
"About 100 of the Klamath In
diana hnvo been declared competent
to lunnago their own affairs and tho
Klamath Indians ns a whole uro de
clared tho most progrossho and In
telligent In tho west. Thoy aro In
dustrious nnd llvo In modem homiH
and uro keeping stop with tho on
ward march of civilisation. Sonus
of them engaged In tho livestock
business hn an Income ot from
$10,000 to $ in, 000 per annum.
"Tho Indians nro now engaged In
a fight, to secure tholr pro rata par
tition of their cgtnto, ruiivm and
share alike, and should they bo suc
cessful It would moan tho mtiklug
available ot the Klamath forests,
which would necessitate tho build
ing ot more railroads to make avail
able some 20,000,0.00,000 foot ot
timber contiguous to tho reserva
tion. This would contribute an ad-1
ditlcunl $340,000,000 to Klamnth's '
industrial activities and prosperity
Justice Is Wanted "
"I want to mnko a plea to our
guests for their assistance either In
opening- up this great reservation or
for tho distribution of tho tribal ns-j
sets per capita, to allow this peoplo!
to tako their place in our strata of
civilization, become citizens and tax-'
payors and glvo thorn n chance to '
conduct their own affairs, hnvo tholr '
own schools, their own directors,
slbly in' later years Rums changed hire their own toachors and tako up
$5.00 reward will be paid by the
Klamath Rubber & Leather Co.
,,1126 Main St., jflamath Falls, Ore.
To tho first person giving answer to
i the following 220.127.116.11.18.104.22.168.22.214.171.124.
9.9.9. Add any six figures above to
make 21. Answers to be In byTues
day morning. 24-lt
In three years the Women's City
Club of Cleveland has attained an
active membership of over 5,000.
Briscoe car $475 at Howie's. Just
giving It away. 24-2t
Briscoe car $475 at Howie's. Just
giving it away. 24-2t
IS BIG ASSET
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dlans are engaged: 150 in livestock
business, two in logging operations
and one each in the hotel business,
restaurant business, whoosalo meat
and butcher business, garage owner,
and two in real estate and Insur
ance. ''There are in tho neighborhood
of 1,100 Indians on the reservation
whose estimated Worth is $30,000
tho butfdcu ot tho white man to Its J
fullest extent. I bellcvo this Is tho
truo nnd foasiblo way In which thoy
can advance and learn how to be
come more valuable citizens.
"In conclusion, let mo say that
tho Klamath Indlnns sent tholr sons
'over there' when tho call camo and
bought thousands of dollars of bonds
and war savings stamps, in addi
tion to furnishing quantities ot beef
to help sustain our fighting men and
their nation, thus proving their pa
triotism. "You know there are lots of peo
ple who think tho groat war has
been fought in vain, because Iroland
has not received self-government.
That is just the way wo feel about
the Klamath Indians hero."
Briscoe car $475 at Howie's. Just
gjving it away. 24-2t
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Winnek's Special Flour is, the samen quality and price,
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Aunt Jemima's Pancake Flour, for Saturday only, 20c size,
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Hill's Cane and Maple Syrup in pt. bottles 45c, large size 80c
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Briscoe car $475 at llowlo's. Just
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