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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
S. J. MURRAY
Published dally except Sunday by
Herald Publishing Company or
ta Falls, at 115 Fourth Street.
or forward-looking mm, bin eye
lighted upon tho features tof Mr.
Hapgaod. Frosto. Mr. Hapgood
wns nominated ns minister to Don
mark, ns most people know, but be
has not been confirmed by tho Sen
ate until this day. as most people .. rhnlrmlin. ,tto ,.,,,- ,f neh
do not know. panel and the representative, of
"loubiiess mo rrcs uent cxpen-. mn gU,e hM nm,C( ((J m m,
encvu genuine suiisincuun in niiin
SEEK CRITICISM ON
LABOR BOARD PLAN
(Continued from pngo 1)
Watered at the postotflco at Klam
fclfc Falls, Ore., for transmission thru
IM Balls as second-class mntter.
Ing the choice. Mr. Hapgood was,
by training and characteristics, truly
vbtcrlptlon terms by mail to any
Mrees in the United States:
sber of the JnwocJftod JeM
The Associated Press Is ixclualrcry
adtled to tbe use tor republication
I all news dispatches credited to It
r not otherwise credited in this pa
ir, and also local sews published
Justment. If the other side con
sented to adjustment before the In-
milrv wns i-omliloti'il. tho liiutnl of
representative of the typo of man,. ... ... , , ... ..
, v inquiry nuuiu ui'vuuio u uunril ui iiu-
that the President has, when unlet- Jfnl b npponIn(int of thjJ rc.
tored by precedents, frequently chos-j, nM 0tnwte tho
addition, there was tho element of
grntltude for years of unfailing sup
port. In fact, Mr Hapgood has
been known to admit that he, morel
board p inquiry would Investigate
the tllsputr and make public Its find
ings fpr the benefit of the public.
"In the presentation of evidence,"
Inn tifaill it I tin w tula tit unf fltiMrtm t
thnn any other, was responsible for1,. .. . . .. -. , . .
... ,., . , ., "each side shall have the r glit to
Pros dent Wilsons re-elect on. ... ... .. .
All rights of republication of spe-
dispatches herein are also recerv
.SJSSirAvrnFx'EiiiiKR ait, told
"W'th properly sealed passports
and credentials Mr. Hapgood took the
train from Washington, Intending,
as far as the state dvpartment knew,
to sail forthwith to his post. 13ut
operation of public utilities Is vital !
iprewint its position through re pro
isentatlves of its own choosing."
Hate Judlclnl Right '
All the properly constituted boards
would have the right to subpoena
instead of going to the pier, he took """""" """" "" u 1U" ""
the subway and turned up In Wall ftnd ,0 ru,M th Production of p..
. " . . -. . . i , 'ers nertlnent to the CftW.
reet. There he sought an inter- of ndJuijlmcnt Bm,
view with a group of men repre- of
sent ng groat Interests, and invited'
.. , . . i state, or established under mutual
them to finance the Bolshcvlkl. He . . . . ... ..
,,....., , , agreements of workers and employ-
explained that his post at Copen- , ... , , . ,
, . , ,1. rs In nny Industry, would not he
hagen, In such close proximity .9' .... ., , .,
:';.,, , ,, inflected by the creation of the sys-
t,ni.i.Arill li.(rti4lre If.Mtlil ttrV. I
::"" ... - "... - r.' , . : r 'ten. suggested by the conference.
bem uivui uiiiuriuuiica iui uv-imio
'with Messrs. Trotxky and Lcnlne.
and that tho business men might
.root ncaitrrwl thnl fholr Vntlir
would mean profit. "The J" ,r t0 "n"
I "Luckily for America. If unluck- "" d,""lt,1 n PP""l,on ,0
it.. , . ., .!. mii. ic-'"rl,lln Public utilities than to com
lly for the Ametlcan minister to i
. ,. ,, , ... .. 'wtttlve Industry. Tho continuous
uenniurK, .'ir. iiupguuu cuuie iuu.
New Year's Day
SPECIAL DINNER $1.00
With regard to public utilities, tho
conference mude the following statement:
I. L rr.- loperniiuu ui uuuiic uiiiuirn in tuu v
tpmrip prntin rf hnnlp-m Thpv wprv I "-" r I w
. . , .w - . .to public welfare. As the capital
(Americans. Of course they werei H , t , , kl, ' t
'stocked at the proposal and ,plll11. Invested is employed In public use &
ed his repeated overtures. 8 ,H lha ,aibor n!ad , ,n
' "What further attempts, If any. surT,M: aml tne w"drawuJ of I
he made to carry out his plans be-17'"3' "'" ' , '""" "' ""
ne made to carry out nis plans ne-i
Jfore leaving New York, we do not!111 fv,ce mnke,, lbc people lhe
know, but anyhow he sailed nwnyreal T,ct,m-
to Denmark, presented his creden- "The c'enc 'e tD
ti.i. tn .b vtn nn,i ,i.,.v r tplan of tribunals cr boards ot ad-
credited to the court. Justment and Inquiry should t ap-
mAOIK? VT n . "Some wel ago. when these and PlleU t0 publle """e bu ne
-WASHINGTON, D. C, Dec. 30.- many other facU concernlog Mr. adaptation of the plan two problems
Announcement was made at the Hapg00d W4)re pre8ented to mem- present themiittves. First, govern-
jtU. Uu louay lnul Gorman befs Qf tne genate commlltee on for. menial regu.auon oi puu.ic uumies
xiapgocu, woose appointment
NEW YEAR'S DINNER
Choice of "
ConKiminil I'll Tm.au
Vun-o of ChestnutM, Crtuions Souffle
Queen Olives IMn Money Pickles
Hearts of Celery
Jewel Special Trim Knlnd
Kllel of Halibut, Haute, Metinltre '
Klamath Turkey. Ojster Dressing
Hoast Siiunb Chicken. Tiircle
Milk Fed Veal, Cranberry Jelly
Fried llolglnn Hare, Chasseur
Keit Potatoes, Klsoolu
Hot Mince Pit
Holiday Pudding, Cider Bnure
Pumpkin l'lti, Whipped Cream
Tea . Coffee M.Ik
as . ... .... ., ,., w Is now usually confined to rates and
Difiu iciuiiuua, iuc urujnuucu luc t
m,u.el lw :uun 8 ol ron- truth from tne admInUtratlon. Tbere services, ine conierence consmers ,a
firmed, had tendered his resignation , WM much Irm, aout , he that there must be some merging of (X
twoiveeks ago with he request that departlnent. and and Minister responsibility for regulation or rate. 1
u. ..p.., BO iBut u HapB00d WM asked t0 deny tne a). ana services anu me seiuement or i
could answer the charges made by
legations. Needless to say,
he wages and conditions of labor. Such
Harvey's Weekly that he had sought e department a reply' that co-ordination would give greater se-
::rr: nrr" . r..'". :.;: . qU.te satisfying to the Senu. ?urf.. .iob vurc' !mpoye' nna
His resignation Sas accepted.
men ho handle our foreign rela- t0 nPoyer. Second, is the prob
itions. mindful always of the neees-,,e,a wuelu" 'aK n"-u can ue ,
.. , ", Z, , , 'B"y of maintaining the very slight arrlved at ,hat W,U avert aU dansor
The article In Harvey s Weekly , . ?,.,. .. of Interruntion of service Thejie
' veneer of respectability that covers mierrupnuu vi service. igb
was as rollews: 'sorae of our representatives across matter8 re(u,re fur.thcr conaldera-
Norman Hapgoqd. American mln- he geM SenatQr cQm tlon before concrete proposals are
fater to Denmark, is coming. home, tQ ,nfom th 8 depart.IPUt forward."
!Xr, -"", " .? .p rD !raent tnat- much a" h wa disgusted ,"1 t''u'" O"'11"'
uct uctiUHiiri iuoi iijc 6UTJI u I
tVA svy fcAJTA -- -- --- A jftfc A. A A.
stated, to report on tbe 'Russian
at the prospect of being compelled i
He is coming to eiPWn.t0 lay the fact before the wjrMf .nient could not permit It. functions
IX he can do so, his own activities as
he would do
conducted in tbe Interests of all the
a plenipotentiary of Messrs. LenineHapgood n witDdrawn lmm: people to 1e Interrupted by con
ia iTotzKy, and to tell to what ez-i , , . .certed cessation of work, the confer
tent and by what authority he has) n ' wM n thege crcumBtances ,ence further affirmed that govern
misused the American legation at .th he iaent employes concerned with the
pennagen as a traaing post lor' ... ,,, ,, , Wa.fcl..i administration of Justice or the
me soviet government
call Minister Hapgood to Washing
l-verybody who can possibly do so,' He rure and be on hand promptly
. I asked to turn out and help make n ten o clock at one of tbe places
tin) drive a success The final round- of meeting Captains will tnkechirge
up will bo at tho I). Kilt. Young 'at these points and tbe drlie will
innch. After the round-up Is over ai begin promptly on time. Hring all
hot lunch will be served to all wbo'ycur friends and lielp make the rab
hae participated In the drive. Ar-, lit. know that war Is being declared
iLngementn will be made at tho against their tribe
As a part of tbe general
Hurting points' for parking the carsj
ho ns to be accessible after tliu,
war bo- . .,, ... , ...
iuuuu-iii uiiu nun nui in me way
Tho oldest and rncst frequently
ing waged on animal pests by ,.,. Q .e'uh the iirUe No ,app'd fub,'tr "t"' "
Farm Bureau, Jarmers of Pine Grove
district are planning a big rabbit
Cood may not know this, but the
I' , ft ton- and' tnanka t0 the act,vity of f,aln,enance ol pubUc Bafe'y or Pub-'drlve Sunday. January A. The drive
,lC oruer snouiu noi ue permuie.1 w begn at i0:00 0.c,ock from tW(j
the Republican leader of the Senate,
TMltrient Vnnu'fl If anH Ca.Anv t
Jjo,n v (,-t . i. ihe w,n never return to Denmark,
tansing knows it, Let ua be spe- .,.,.,. , ., ,
ri r at 'east with credent als as the rep-
"When, several' months ago, Dr.,
resentative of the United State gov-
...... u any organ.zauon . pont(!i miBQQ brdge nm, (hc o)d
which authorized the use of the 1Charley Lewis ranch about one mile
strike. An essential part of the ap- B0Uth of 0Iene on tne MWnm road
i . . - . .. , iPiituiiuii ui (ueiie nnnciDies. n was
Wanrice Francis Egan resigned hlB!""r .. T' ,1 " "-T V" '...' added, was tbe establishment of trl-
tirwt nf rnnonhniFon fha P.l.loi.t ! .o.o. .u.u uuu 'luunj,,
guns or dogs will be allowed.
richest sap, ond some treea which
. nm Innnxll i.icrv nlhcr ilaV Will Tleld
The mild wcatbor has temporarily up for more , a gcoro of year.,
pnt a ttop- to the rabbit polBonlngt More thun 40 per ent ol tbe peo
campalgn but If a good crowd will pic of Great Hrltaln could, not write
turn out, they should be uble io, their natnu when Queen Victoria
Make a good kill. amended tbe throne.
r,,,7 . wTiiV - , i and represent them openly, but that's )UUDa,s lo rerae"y promptly any
turned to his what-not for a likely ja dIffe u grievances submitted by government it
"Meanwhile, it would be Intercpt-'
"Legislation or tne nation,
....! ... M-l M ' -M . . . Lil.XXXi
nnv .- .... -W--WT-W www rTTTTTTI
Ing to know Just how the attorney! Bisiaiion oi ine nation, tne'
.utfktAct nn.1 1.A mllnl.lnr.1lll..n ' . I. 7T
r .... vmw,, general and other officers of the gov r""-"" """ '"c mimira, ",v
ernraent sworn to round up 'red-. conference saiu, "should be improv-
would classify Mr. Ha-fcjood. Surelyed l0 Prevent delay ln hearings and
Mr. Martens, late Bolshevik ambas-t0 enabIe speedy action when there
sador at New York, who who wasiare Brevances."
treated so contumeliously by the When PreBldent Wilson summon-
Lu-k committee, will marvel at the j ed tbe conference, 'of which Secre-
covernmfnt ivhirh ,irivp htm mm , tary Wilson is chairman and Herbert I
New York wh'io anruiintino- Mr Hnr- .Hoover vice-chairman. It was ex-
, .. --.. j-f.,......0 ..... Ht , ... .,
good to Denmark."
f Metronolitnn AmUKi-m-nr J
Cash and Carry Store
DIG THU'LE BILL
A Willi luiml Comedy
"Willi Cliailes Itiiy At His Beit
"A im:i:pect lovek"
KXTItA ADDED ATTKACTIOX
KXYDEH & H1XES
In a .Yowlty .SkuliiiK Act,
AdtnNsion 1."c(k & ;)5ctH.
"THE LITTLE BOSS"
Two Heels of Good Comedy
MERRILL OPERA HOUSE
TCEHDAYH AXD BATTTtDAF0
I MerrUI. Oreyoa
P. C. KNIGHT, Proprietor
Just Back of First National Bank
(Continued from Page 1)
pressly denied the right to consider
any existing Industrial- disputes, '
which was the question which
wrecked the f)nt industrial confer-
NEW ORDINANCES cnce' wh,,e no 8Pecl"c references j
" to recent industrial troubles were
made, several recommendationH and X
statements of the conferen"e reflect- T
with tho council's Ideas alens: the etl tno experience of the steel strike
.. i , .. ,,.. ,. . ...
lines of fireproof buildings for fu- " "e u"""' iranc sinne.
Other members of the conference
are Martin H. Glynn, Thomas W.
Will Build Hail
The Senndanavlnn society was Gregory, Kictinrd Hooker, Stanley f
granted a permit to erect an ?S000 King. Samuel W. McCall, Henry M. It
building on the northwest corner of Hohlnson," Julius Rosenwald, Oscar
Libby's and Other Famous Brands of Fruit j
Llbby's Sllsed Hawaiian Pinenplo Clyde Sliced Yellow Cling Peaches
No. 1 slzo, regular price 40c. Our price JWc No. 2VS size, regular price 55s. Our pilte.nOc
No. 2 size, regular price 50c. Our price 42c Ashland Brand Pears 'C0C
No. 2 Vs size, regular price G5 Our prk-it....-tHc Peaches
Clyde Royal Anno Whlto Cherries BlnckborrioH ' C
k, ...... , ,. ,. . .... .... W t
nit - va "."i leumur price uuc, mir price.. n.ic Climax Apricots
Loading brands in all soups, clams, wholo and minced, shrimp, oysters, salmon.
Alafcka red Fiilmon, spring catch, and sardines.
Ninth and Walnut streets, the lower
floor to ho used as a dancing pavil
ion and the upper story for lodge
Htu-et Bonds Sold
Tho Eighth street improvement
bond issue, $31,746.59, was sold to
the Lumbermen's Trust company of
Portland, the only bidder. Tho bid
was $14 premium on every $1000
worth of bonds.
Mr. Kendall, representing tho
Lumbermen's Trust company, sought
to Induce he council to enter into a
contract for the sale of all the city
bond fssuesto his company, during
the coming year on tbe same basis
as last year's contract, but tho coun
cil took no action on tho matter.
S. Strauss, Henry O. Stunrt, F. W. I J
Taussig, William O. Thompson, 'i
Henry J. Waters, George W. Wick-
ershani, and Owen I), Young, with i
Dr. Henry R. Sneger as executive I
A now and startling special:
Two for ,
Itcdondo Boned Smoked MuckoreP:
The teachers of tho Public pchools
wish to express their appreciation to
tho voters of District No. 1 fev their
hearty co-operation at tho election
of last Saturday. To tho Editor of
the Herald and those who used Ui'.-ir
influence In creating an Interest in
the election they extend their thuuks,
Chairman of Committee
For New Years Day
Libby's Mlnco Meat
1 pound 15 ounces 03c
Red Ribbon Brand
10 ounce package i8o
Two for iiJu
Practically overythlng In tho
Hulnz Lino can ho had at this
Htoro. Katsup, Indian Polish,
Chill Suuco, Worcestershire.
OHvo Oil, Popper Snuco, Ta
basco Sauco, Mustard, Beef
steak Snuco, Heinz Sweet and
Sour Pickles in bottles,
What Is nicer for """
Day dinner than u Bood plum
Llbby's Plum PuddlnB
Brown Sugar. Yes, we have just received plenty of it, and
suggest you order early.