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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 14, 1920)
3MMIMSDAY, JANUARY 14, 1M j,V t
THE EVENING H
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red at the postofflce at Klata-
rmlls. Ore.,' for transmission thru
ails as second-class Blatter.
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la the United States:
ber of the Associated Press
The Associated Press is exclusively
.'fettled to the use for republication
't all news 41spatcb.es credited to it
r Bet otherwise credited In this pa
W and also local news published
Jpdsment'now becomes a duty, one
that believers in the American" prin
ciple ot tie rule of the majority can
not, consistently oppose.
' The reault Is not a personal defeat
for Mr. Dixon, any more than It Is-a
personal victory for Mr. Otfleid. Both
men stooaiupon a piauorm mat -represented
divergent. views on ques?.
tlons of vital interest to the land
owners. .These Questions were the
oh"esoted:upon, not tho personality
Of the men. It means that the peo
ple of the project approve of the con
struction of the Link river dam; of
the provision that was Illegally slip
ped into the 'contract by the; Reclam
ation Service: ot the segregation of
the power and power pessibilities: ot
every stand taken by Mr. Offlolcl n
n director,, and since it is their busi
ness, wo' fail to see where others have
i OREGON BREV1T1
any right for further criticism.
UNIVERSITY OF tfrffcaOJ.'vEu
geno, Jan, 14. -A collegiate treaty
referendum vote .will be held here to
day, in conjunction with all colleges
of the United States, on tho question
oi me, raiiiicuuon oi, me peace ireav
iy.A faculty committee and. student!
body committee, tne miter composea
ot Guy Armentrout, Adelaide Lake
and Lee Iturlburt, will have, charge
ot the ballots at the university.
JANUARY 14, 1920
All rights of republication 6( spe-
aispaicnes nerein aro aisqreserT
A. ,ms -V'
Norway wns ccdod to Sweden
t,by .thetreaty of Kiel.
ISilT Mnrvitllfl do Mnrbota. who no
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3gtlatcd the sale of Louisiana)
tftt!io?rnited Stntes; died 'In
'ParlSfborn. tit Mot's. Jan. 31?
lS43-SGatesiPf SomnautU carried in-
PORTLAND, Jan. 14. One mil
lion seven hundred and titty thous
and acres ot valuable agricultural
lands, now In n semi-arid and practi
cally unproductive, condition, encom
passed in tho Columbia, river. basin,'
will be put under Irrigation and the
bulk ot J300.000.000 worth ot var
ied crppj will bo marketed In or thru
Portlnnd If tho dream otthoso back-
VTfinR tho Columbia basin Irrigation
pipject Is realized. '
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tuJto neini in siaio unuer n can
Copy of crimson
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ROSEnURG, Jan. 14. W. P. Mur
phy, mngnilno swindler, was sentenc
ed to two years, and Willis lllgutow-
er, paroled from San Quentln. was
ta'utonced to thrco yoara for, robbing
a section houso- near Glendale,
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WILL RE-OPEN TONIGHT
The result of yetserday'a election
-aasaes as a distinct surprise' to, those
"WBo have disagreed with Mri Of
BftW's stand on the questions at Is-
It cannot be claimed that his
i is due to tbe votes of any one
ectlpn, for he carried every precinct
yneavy majorities. There is Just
ae conclusion to be reached: The
lwople of the project, those who, have
hill to pay, approve of the stand
:keaDy Mr. Of field and have dele
'Sated to him rad Mr. Marshall au-
-tierlty to continue along the same
What was their personal
EUGENE, Jan. 14. -The water
tt.t.nti rtf l.VItv nt Pnrvnllfa'ia ,iiAMr.
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'".'?'" r "iwiuci,, .uLnum,, . . ii- nnSmltnnirtn thf.
VORfine rauwjr express Mafc ttmountnng ,n tho vicinity ot the
-ness In Amoilca, died In Boi-Jvjr.iiji. ,, ...i" ' A.
v " jiMiHHinvt iii nuui ii. i
VlV"f uuru ut nuauiug, uuw;
1858-rAttempt on the lives ot the
"" Emperor and Empress of the,
French in Paris hy Orslni;aad
" othdrs 4'
1870 vJoaaS. Barry, who served
three terms as governor of
lOchi'gan, died at Constantine,
Mich'. Born in Vermont in
1873 Two rival governors were in
augurated in Louisiana.
-Beginning of the great street
railway strike In Brooklyn.-
nrevent the drvltlK uri of the
is that furnish the water strong
efforts are being niad,e toXtransfer
quiteTa large area of the tlmber'lands
"in th,i Oregon & Californkjyrallroad
grant to tho Siuslaw1 fa'atljnal torcs,t
f'so that the land will never 4e logged
WASHINGTON, Jan 14 Colonel
Lansing' H. Beach was' nomlnntpd to
day for the post ot chief of army en
$10,000 in Prices to Young
IRepubucaftsior Best Platform
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Throuch llic RcDublica'n National Conimittee; Mr.
Truxtun.Beale, former Drilled lSlItcs minister to Persia.
nd an ardenj Itcpublican, olTeri cash prizes aggrcgat
infl $t0,000 for the best JlatrorniJuggestions by young .
llcpublicans of lite countryT?'?
A first prize of e,UMttwU Jbe given for the best
manuscript .received; ?3,(Ki0arornhc second, and 11,000
' lor llic third.n ." 'SKW " . " - l
n ibu -. ; -Jiv - ft 01 a , . i . m.r-i
-o- 'juc.juagcs proposed reruavid Jayne Hill, Ur. ' '& " ' .'. ?K4
Nicholas Murray Butler anti' HoK Albert J. Beveridge. ". Warrenton, Jan ;-At a di-
MUSIC TEHGHER '
ir. Bcalc's original. .nroiiosal contemplated ooen-
ing the coiiipclilioti to gratuiilcs of universities onlv, but
tc waived litis liiilation;'i7pon.tbe suggestion of Chair
man Hays tlutt more gowl woukllresult by opening the
.compclition to all young" mcf'tAl women 25 years of
"The HcpubllcaigNaloitl;Cnmittce accents with
pleasure the olfcr iiiadc Xn youJviJcltcr and will gladly
.co-operate in an effort" to make'gic prizes a source' of
large usefulness. It-is oiir ooinknvthat more good will
result if the competition be opqMfor all .young men- and
women 25 years of age or under,; and we will proceed
accordingly, if this is agfecablelo you. Your sugges
tion as to judges is'salisfaptoryi'.'asvis also the assump
tion by us of all expenses ,and detail, in connection with
the conduct of the contest. Vc.will, with your per
mission, hereafter refer Iq the'rewards as the. Walker
Blaine Bcale prizes, in memory of your son, who was
killed in the service. If you indicate your approval of
these suggested changes wc will .proceed Immediately."
Mr. Bealc approved the changes and thanked th
-, committee. , "
RULES Of .COKTEST
To the young men and women :efAeric:
The Republican National r CoaisaiHce withes to express its
gratitude- to Mr. Trux'un Bealei for..hijpaJriotic suggestion. The
committee urges the popular participaUoB in the coming- national
election. and is rager for the active co-operation of the younger men
ad women of the nation, so many thoupamis of whom did their all
the late war. ff
. The Republican party shall, continue' to be the instrument in
lt Ak, country to apply, to new. and changing" conditions the wisdom of
experience and the efficacy of an hoM& zealous service. The dele
gates to the national convention will be glad of the opportunity to
study the proposed platforms submitted 'by' the young voters ot the
We suggest that you adhere to" tBe following roles of the prize
atrflBSir " r- rtSM
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I, Submit four typewnttea
Siga.oaly one. Write ea' i
2. Manuscripts must not
3. Send all manuscripts to1''!
tat," Db'uibn Voimi;
" tional CommiUiCi'9Z3
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MEDFORD, Jan; .14iThere will
be a meeting ot the recently formed
Farmers' Bureau excha&geCon 'Janu
ary 13, when a program the co
6peratlve buying and selling will be
outlined for the new year. 'It Is estl
mated members ot tne organization
saved $20,000 in 19191 thrn eeonom
ten effected by co-operativemethods,
HOOD RIVER, Jan.- U'. Sports.
men of the upper H6od-Rlver valley
hove petitioned Hood River 'Game
Protective association to, sponsor a
movement to have tbe upper reaches
of' Hood river closed td fishing until
Jqne liThetwo extra meth'.wf clos-
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n order that tbe fish may- not be dls-
tt;rbedwhile spawning. . (
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Our new machines having been installed, we are now in aV position
to show PICTURES OF MERIT, having secured some' of
the Best Productions obtainable.
aP.flH mm kW. S ftW h AlA.A& JfifllA kW kam ih k V KW AVk ha , V V
sTcnicuVf;r uic iirsk iwu miuwi mrm rrcv iu jmu$y.-: -ms
Watch the paper tomorrow; More good news for you.
'NOTE. We areTtlving tho first two shows .free Wnnso we want tl;o nconlo 6t Klamath Palls,
to know' we aio going to deliver the goods; that when" we say ,we have tho .best inachlnes obtalnible, :
you will know It to be true; and that when wo tell you oUr pictures cannot be Surpassed, you will "
knowTt to be a fact, for you will see for yourself the kind ot picture. )Mr".reg4lnK to be featured,
?at the Mondale. We are going to make tha Mondale everything you WanV'-'lCio be, and the best''
m proof you can have cf this will be tbe change we have just made and which we Invite you to see
, without expense to you. Remember, there Is absolutely ' no charge whateverfor tJe shows on '
jiWednesday and, Thursday nights. i
meeting 'of tne-'-Warrenton
Ihlscity and nereatt wllf conduct
EUgene;-Warehousd...sseciatlo'nJ haatomn,yrc0l club, Thursday evening,
"cmpieiea a aeai wnireoy u utu"'eB ' heaus.'ol warrenton lnausine ujbuc
the owner of the fo'nrjnillt"and feed j personal appeals toy, the cOHBpenitlon
grinding plant-of tif avVarneck 'fnt-Vthefcrib "to assist in erecting at
east 5u houses to accommodate lao
brers?hat must b secured in the
next 60 days. , ,
PORTLAND, Jan. 14L.r-Rumprs
that aul Holmes, ami "Andrew W
Uenti,, 1-year-old. youths of The
ent with Mary Jane Wilejr,.13, and
Bertha'' Sherer. 16, today, caused the
quarteVs arrest ,1? Portland'. The boys
nre booked for investigation while
tbe girls are detained by the women's
SALEM7 Jan. 1 Contracts for
the construction of six bridges will
be let by the state highway commis
IAO 18 BEST, MEDICINE SHK
:'i,V l'-"rTrt MHI
'I am simply 'delighted; over my lon at itg rCgular monthly meeting
wonderful-improvement sioc.e I oe-. Portland, February ..according to
!... i.t,in Tnnlo." win th pnthusl-' . .i... i nnnimninra hnlnc mailed
was the enthusl- noticeg to contractors being
astic'?BtatVment made by Mi&sf Louise lout ),ythe department here,
L-Cantril,, pqpularmuslc teacher qf
8406 t.ira.8ireei, ios aubcico, iai.
"For as long as I can remember
my kidneys troubled me and I rare-
tv. over trot aNfsood night's rest," she!
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i yow wnuicnpt.
sol the paper.
Blaine Bcale, coif
vara jUg, Wath?,
melon. D. C. " , .vtf ' x i a
4. -AirraaMucnpts-. awst' be ,t jtmge's hands -not later
Aan March 3li"I920, ;
1 '5. Annpunceme'nt: of; prize vriasvsJfS; will be. made prior
to the. opening of the RepuUkM.natioaal convention
.'ifi-'''!1 r:'hcnrirT'irArinimtsiAT niiiirpi'-
"f4 The "NerthAraerican RayisWsjMr. Beale's suggestipn; has
:? ,'fcaasi siven trie rieht of first nublicatuui of anv manuseriDt naucd
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SALEM, Jan. 14. E. A. Nye,
mall clerk at the stat? house for the
past 12 years, was severely injiired,
when he collided with another bl-
I 'losi my" appetite com- cyCje jfder .as he was1 on his way to
pletely'and what I managed to swal- the po.tofflce before daylight Batur
low by sheer force of will, would fer
ment and cause so, much gas thai my
heart would palpitate .terribly and
at times I came" near fainting. I fell
oft- from one hundred and twenty
pounds, to, ninety-eight and was so
nervous and weak I bad, to give up
"Medicines and treatments did not
do me a bit of good and, I lost faith
n them. A friend, of mine kept In
sisting that- I try Tanlac and to
please' ner-f did, New: JVcan't thank
her enough, for the waJanlac help
ed me Isnolhlng shoHJ remarkable.
My appetUe "ca)n0bf back and I
eat anything, ; want&yltbout tbe
flllghlest. trouble., My'dneys seem
to-be in perfect siiape.and 1, sleep all
nieht Whgilike' a cblldS-Wave gained
. 'i..i.:ri:Ai'.ii ifctsAVi
am-zffiapyfl dWt Jbesliate' to say"
Wfs besttmaicirie 1 reyer
Tanlac is' soldUnVrfJfimaih yam
bytbe)Starprug ;Oo.j and In Lori'lla,
by the-Janiea'ile'rc" :Co. Ady, j -
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Come td 'theSMoiia'.Theatre to
morrow hlgbtThWifefsBlon vHkH
free". -for wo want, (ohow you we
have the-tlnest, picture ,mflcbine that
monej-. can bUy and that, oUi pictures
aro of' the same higKcha'radtor. lt
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SALEM, Jan.,. 14. There were
two fatalities JntOregon due to acci
dents during the week ended Janu
ary ,8,' 1920, according to a 'report
prepared here by tbe state industrial
accident, commission. JThe victims
were -John E,, KnutsonTboom man,
of Astcla, and Kenrieth"f, Lehman,
mechanic, .of Salem.
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u CORVALLIS, JanV 1.4H-Both legs
of the pixryear-old son-of Mr,- and
Mrs. . F(rank , NeTiHe were broken
Thursday Iwbfenfae, was run oyer, by
an automobile driven.(1by a party,
from Tangent, It is said the Jittje,
fellow attempted to swing ontq the
BAKER, 'Jan. lifxt summer,
will see tbe 'completion, of. the Camp
Creek Irrigation project on upper
JUurpt river, accofdtfg to Jobn
Tio'meeh upon his return1 f rom Port
HEPPNER, Jan. 14. Heppner
j'and all -of.JMor.row county areexperl-
enclng the seconu 'Bpeu, oi eoyoio
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winter weather, with six Inches ot
new .snow on the ground and a tem
perature ot two above zero.
A Hallmark Production
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ROSEBURO, Jan. ,14. W. E.
Shannon, P. R. Randies, and Oeoro
koltscluw were Indicted by tbe
grand Jury, charged with aid
ing prisoners to escape from the One of the Rest Pictures Ever Shown
At the Mondale Theatre ' ' V
WcUncuduy; and Thursday
ADMISSION KREK ','
WAI7TT. iWTil Tun Ii Ttinl
man Charles Hy.. Deavert 22 years of W'" bo "'' the feature, for..
age, vas beld to. answer to the Mult
nomah county grand Jury by Muni
cipal Judge Rossmnn, under $6000
bond, on a statutory 'complaint in
volving 14-year-old Evelyn Mack.
.who has boon, missing from her home
for several months.' -
HEPPNER, J'Ja'.i0 l'4V Hdppner's
new $100,000 gravity water-system
was assured' when contracts for ma
terial and construction of tho pipe
line from, the headwaters of Willow
oreek to Heppner. were let.
these two nights
"JUST A WOMAN"
At' the Mondale Theatre
Friday and Saturday ,-
EUGENEi Jan. ,14. A. packing!
plant to cos( $15,000 will be built In
Roseburg to care for the rapidly
growing packing business in that
section of tho state, is the announce
ment made by J. O, Holt, manager
of the Eugene Fruitgrowers' Asso
ciation. Holt was recently In Rose
burg, "assisting in Invoicing' the plant
of the Umpqua Valley Fruit unlom
Screamingly! yf., '"-f
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At, the Mondale Theatre,
" Sunday nuid Monday
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One of the. 'bent picture you ever saw.
Came to my place nt Langell yal-'.-.-'i" ''
ley, one 2 year old red steer, brnnd-r fvt "
od HO on loft hip, quarter circle M5. -.'p
preparatory to Its merging with the on right hip, swallow fork In each' ;',
ear. uwnur can uuvo buiiiu u pojiur. --,
feed and advertising bills.' SJM
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The 1920 census closes January. m ' .-.-
15", Are, you llstid't Help the censtis taker. .''"
Oregon Growers' association.
Help the census taker.
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1 finn HnvntA Hirina .
800 Minkjkini -V " .:";: ' ' ,: ' '
Pni ' nivdrnH'thAtn .in at once:?eitnw5ovrarceiB .. ;v.
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Post or ExprVss'and send'the bill ithHKemr
, CHARLES DONART
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