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"MBMV, JANUARY 16, 1020
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATR FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
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Harald Publishing company or
th Falbvt 115 .Fourth street.
atered at th postofflce at Klam-
Fall, Ore., for transmission thru
m aaalla aetnd-cl&sa matter.
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in the united states:
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dispatches herein are aiso reserv-
FRIDAY, JAgJTARY 16, 1020
' thai many skin infec
tions have; been
caused by improper
shfving that tb'be
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Sharing Cream Soap
." jekMen's not "only pro
tects end benefits your
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sionor lor mo uimeu oiuii'n. jiu
will have under btm nine federal
supervisors In charge ot its' many,
districts, a director in encht state
and a mobile, forco which can bo.
fitted from pluce to place as. con-.
tfttlons demand. i i
(JMr. Roper baa mnda plain, how-
3er, thatvenforccmV'tt ot prohibition
epends largely on 'local sentiment)
nnd hhss appealed to, d(Uenof tjio
United States to t kit tbelr co-.i
operation to upholding the law. of
tbe country. Fedefal forces, be
said, would bo used tO'rttnTorco lobM
efforts, and where ahy state (officer
failed) In bis duty i constituents
wouldl dp Informed. " -a
Approximately $500,0001000 in
been collected annual.?
STAR DRUG GO.
on alcoholic beverages, which now
will 'have to be obtained by tho eov-
er.nment In some other way.'
'' Y v Knd of Century's Work ,
Prohibition pentlmebt, culminating
tn hi nnnnh.m nlrtnv aimAmlWiint th
?n X, " fcMF SKwv"-"" waaivMMaMVMv iu
BONANZA FARM LOAN theT constitution, baa been growing
DnADn urrTlMr teadlly ln this country since isns,
ttUAKU IV1E.E.111S accordlne to records compiled' by the
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MAN LEADS STATE' '
IN POLICY TOTAL
Loan Associations at Salem, Janu
ary 27. J- '
t In rejponse to an 'appear from the
savings division ot the treasury de-
Xlamath Falls is again in tbe front
Tasks of tbe cities of the state. This
-time it is in the matter of llfeinsur
ace. George C. Ulrich, who repre--aents
the Mutual Lite Insurance com
faay, bas just been advised by bis
company that be is tbe leader of all
-tk nt in th tatBlft thn mnttnr the church and its minister; Rev. C
partment, Washington, D, ., it was
voted to advise all members to in
vest their, surplus capital in govern
ment securities. " '
A vote of thanks was tendered to
ot writing life insurance, and that
For Saturday and Monday
SHOES SHOES SHOES
of temperance ot the Meth
Episcopal church. At tbnt
IV. . - .-. 'S.'
,'ina Hnniiizn nmiimHi puLiu.iittu . . . . . ...
h , -? v' time a uemnnu ror moderation in tnei
i association held its anndal riteeting j,se ot nr,ient spirits arose, followed i
iu iuouuii-u m. uuunu ..j,, jn years jaier oy nn even oroaacr
ernaoni.(v gootiy numuw.Yji4'w,ovement for abstinence tcom ar-1
stoekScSs were prewnt ndja.'rtent, spirits odd tor" modern'tlo.i In
llvtlk interest manifesto i AjjtrWg. U,,use 0f malt liquors. Tnia in turn
'aWeyiirectors -was leflrtfVjV Vve w'ttV.' In 1S40. to sentiment for"
t !. -V.r . ... . 'r'i "u ' .. .
elegMeMM eiectea to o ,meuUabstlnence from all alcoholic' bever
.z'.:r i.n,i,..-.v.j. :'i i iw nr , v
W. Pogue, for tbe use ot tbe cburcb
Agitation for abolition jr tne' prac
tice Of, licensing tbe ,lkl?of lii)uors
did not' come until 4i47.resultlng
four years later In ja enactment ot
prohibition laws In Mnlne t ho first'
state to put proh(bi(lon'1mto,',tlffect.,
Kansas was second ,lnt 4lXOf nnd
North Dakota thJrVinissilS!,' JIcuV
while, the movement baa grown to'
such, proportions that tv nitlonal pro
hibition party was formed at a con
vention in Chicago', September l.'
Women, always in tboiorcf ront pof
tbe activity to Btop tbe .ttaie of al
coholic drinks, organized t if a con
certed fight after the famoui wo
men's crusade, 1873-1874. ?'h?'r
association was laleV to becDmu
State. man. loan committee; Charles E. known throughout the World by the
There has been strong rivalry for Flackus and George E. Gillette, alter-' name of the Wombn'g Christian j
aeveral years and agents in other nates' on loan committee. Tbe salary Temperance union, with a little.i
Towns nave lougntnard to Keep tne oi secreiary-ireasurer-was nxea' ar white, jrjbbon, , lXl1 , (
Taarel from-omtogJo Klamath ,$150 per year. ,,.-J....,, Another, powerful Influence
Trails. , -Several 'times Xfr? ulrich has Every officer and member of theftfghi for prohibition came in)
the amount of insurance written by.and parsonage for our meetings.
Ilia during the past year, Is. -one-J ,- Immediately following the annual
-tenth of all the insurance written by I meeting the new board ot directors
the Mutual Innhe state -of Oregon.et and elected the following efficers:
'This honor is no small one, when it
is remembered, that Mr, UJrlch had
to compete with Portland, Eugene,
George E. Gillette, president;
Cyrus B. Brown, vice-president; H.
M. Daniel, secretary-treasurer; C.'B.
Salem and all other cities ink ..the Brown, Jesse N. Drew, A. B. Bright
.Jest missed it by a narrow margin. 'association was appointed a commlt
Vat this year he safely distanced-all tee, .of one to boost for our assocla-
Ofher agents. He intends thaf' the'tionVand the Bonanza region
nonor of being the first Mutual city Klamath county.
"In the state shall rest with Klamatb ('"-
Tails for all time. And the HeraltfeEJfc,SERVICE MEN "
wisnes mm success in ms eiiorx io-"
r. j "StK
u is ncie
HOOD SAYS THAT HE
IS UNDER 18 YEARr
rPjBpjIiAND, Jaa. 16. Ks-tbiUJcjji
i.n9 sauors attendin,;, itcei roiugc
The case of Walter'Hoodt charged bid .reason to be glal C.ityr.'HU'd
with forgery, was cdntinuedT by Jus-J from the Beaver stato today when
tlce N. J. Chapman yesterday, in or thfttitjrst installment of a $10,000
tence in 1893, in the formation
the Anti-Saloon league.
worthy that both theso br;?jnni:u.lons
Tbe modern wive .ofprohlbltlon
legislation began J with Georgia In
1907. Since fhai fime tho moye
ment gained streijgtti more rapljjy
Ithan any other rfctorm In, tho )iUofy
:oi rnp wnrin. ro mar. :i:t tir:irp ai.
Veady have prohibition by statu, ic.-
tlpn. In 21 adopted by popular vote,
and in the others by legislative -kea-siires.
At tbe tfme the cpnstt'utiohl
amendment was submitted, 21 of the
der that the birth rolls oMbo Klam-Mtment as Jhtrlbute'S bib&L8 gtates and cV0'siderably more
ti nronctr mifii ho cporrhoH in Mn. Colleee business office. Each -Qittn re-f . . ;T .. ' .
Tiection with the defendant's claim 'ceived ?6Z.50 as d piesen: from -the
that he is under 18 years of age. If LJl1 0reSn aa a reminder thatj
lis statement is found to he fact, thg- tsfjvices in the world war were
case will come under the' Jurisdiction 'lfte!feted- Tnls sum represejjSs
of tbe juvenile court. ' ;8tat,elucational aid payiaentafpr
Gus Chrest. held to the action of fe miths of October, September,
the grand Jury on a chaVge of lar-fwjigjember.' Under the1terms cf
ce.nv of a dw!line. fnrnlstferl honrti thOoldlers' aid act. ach ex-ae'nice
In the sum of $500 and wWreleasedXfrom Oregon receives $25- at
Vvak. fl..n.A. nAl.n t.n ,! 4..w.. trtntTlhMi?rtnif hlc at tan rlanna tit rrCl.x
1IUUI -JilUUjr JJCUUlUg LUC glttUU JU w...ej ..w..mm..w u. .w-
nearing. f iege-"4"
than half of the territorial United
States, bad prohibition., In states
7 t .'JH 'I' . lil y .
HEAVY WORK SHOES ALt S.ZES V
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Another lot of Dress Shoes tan, black; lace and button $6, $7
and $8 Shoes, all go at a clearance of
l li !
$44 9 5
it. ' .
1 Ju think. of this saving! Sho6s are advancing daily, but:we
wish to make room for our immense Spring stock, now en' route.
Come early. W4e can fit you, and make your" purse smile at these ' "w
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big reductions. v .' ""
Central Outfitting Co.
V 'THE STORE OF SERVICE"
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Coner Ninth' and Main Sta.
Klamath Falls, Ore.
making the required 36 states, 'searched unless used tor illegal sale In olden times rhinoceros horn
three-fourths of the unlon,.,for the, or in part for business purposes. !wcro cmnloved for drinklmr.,,. h
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ftojnl pcrsonnges, the notion beine.
amendment to become effective.
Nine more states likewise, gave their
ratification. 45 In all, as follews:
Wyoming, Missouri, Minnesota, Wis-
cons'ln, Nevada, New Mexico, Ver
mont, New York, and Pennsylvania,
Acting Secretary of State Frank L.
Polk proclaimed the amendment as
part of the constitution under date
ot January 29, 1919, but it goes into
effect one year from the date of ratl-
Selzed whiskey 'and property used tn
rillegal sale or transportation are to
be destroyed, the owner having no
property rights In it.
S i 4
It has been estimated that about
250,000 tons of steel fly away in dust
from the railways of the world year
who nrnhihitinn &nn not ctnto.wWn'fication by the 36th state. As that
i, t..i t.An A.iiVAi ...,!.. tA,Ai n Hook nlaCG
11 jiau uccu auuyicui Ujiuvi iuvui VI'-
tion laws by many Communities, t
' In addition tp .f'tato laws, there
fhave been in effect stringent mea
sures adopted by congress as aids
toward winning the" war, which gave
a tremendous Impetus ,to the prohi-
, eu eerfewALTGRy
aSr 's2&? '
AT TH v
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SPECIAL SINGING ATTACH SHOW
f bltion movement" Studying the 'ex
amples of foreign countries, a lawjture of a, brewery or a keg.
was passed making It unlawful to 'to store liquor In one's own
took place on January, 16, 1919, the
amendment ispperatly.e; aeeprdlng to
the bureauJof Internal revenue, at
midnight of tonight.
Law Is Drastic
To enforce constitutional prohibl-
tlon, Congress enacted a bill sd
drastic that a ma n can be 'fined or
put In Jail for even displaying a plc-j
that poison put Into them would
show Itself by bubbling.
A person usually begins to loso
height nt the nge of fifty, and at the
nge of ninety It ia'cstlmnted that on
the uerngo ho has lost about oner
nnd a bnlf Inches.
provide any man. In uniform with I for personal uso stood up, however,
alcoholic beverages. Making of against vigorous attacks in both
peer and whlskejj was stopped under
the food control act, and the sale of
rdrlnks was terminated at midnight,
ilast June 30. Shipment of liquor
The constitutional amendment
was finally adopted by Congress on
December 18, 1917, with a restric
tive clause, hitherto unknown In
.legislative procedure, that it would
be' Inoperative unless ratified within
'seven years. It required only ,13
1month8. The vote In trie house waij
281 to 128 and in the senate", 65
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Submission of the amendment to
the states came at a time when
many legislatures' we're, assembling.
Mississippi quicker jtutV its approval
on 'the amendment Wd 'was followed
in .. order by Virginia, . Kentucky,
South Carolina, Nbrtn'',pakota1 Mary
land, Montana, (texui, Delaware,
South tiakotp, jlassachusetts, Ari
zona, 'Georgia, iJouWana, Florida,
Michigan, Ohio, Oklahoma, Maine,
Tennessee, IUinifis1, lcfo'lorado, West
Virginia, Idaho, icaiffornla, Indiana,
Arkansas, Nortlf Caroflna, Washing-
(nn Alnhntnn. Kntlftnft. flrnfnn TTtnli
Iowa, New Hampsh'iVe, and Nebraska,
'ft . '
senate and house,
Alcoholic beverages still may bp
produced for medicinal and sacra-
, mental uses, ana aiconoj win con-
into any states was prohibited by theWjnue to be made fdr scientific and
bone-dry law. " industrial purposes, but many safe
guards are provided that the law
shall not be violated. The home
manufacture and consumption of
non-intoxicatfiig elder and fruit
Juices is permitted by law. In the
manufacture of cereal drinks, com
monly referred to ps "near-beer," Jt
was provided- that otheri names shall
be- used than beer, nle or porter.
Places where intoxicating liquors
are sold can be declared n nuisance
and abated as such, and tho persons
guilty of maintaining them 'are pun
ishable under tbe criminal, sections
of the enforcement law. Punish
ments for violations of the law vary,
according to the nature of'the viola
tion and whetber It is a first or sub
sequent offense, the penalties run
ning as highas $2,000 fine and two
years' imprisonment,, Advertising of
liquors by any means or method is
- Search for contraband liquor Is
permitted under warrunts, except
that private dwellings may not bo
From Producer to Consumer
Have you had a carton of our PURE PIG
SAUSAGE? If not, be sure to have one wrap
ped up with your next order of Quality Meat
from our sanitary shop. These sausages are a
now innovation in Klamath Falls and you will
btfmelighted with a trial package. We are sure
'yolWill want more. They are made from pure,
.fresh, young pork and packed into pound can
tons direct from the maker. ' !
We handle the best meats in Klamath Falls'
at the lowest possible prices.