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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 19, 1920)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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WARSAW, Feb. 26. (lly Mnll.)
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. rowing or a weaning ring nuo wio
J ' ocean marked ceremonies recently
j'hold at Tuck, or 1'utzlg, to cclobrnlo
I tho reunltliiR of Poland to the so.i.
5. J an event of which nil of Poland had
dreamed for many years. Polish
OTTAWA, Mar, 10 Wenrr.ru of
tho "scnrlot and Rold" vf tho North
west Mounted Police--on February I
rcnninuil tho Hoyal Cnnndliin Mount
ed l'ollco nro now charged with
tho enforcement of federal laws in
all provinces of Canada. It Is, for
'troops In their northward imrch on ,ni,tnnro, as though tho New York
! their own soil, as provided under tho I ,,0iro force had Its "bat" extended
i Treaty or ersnuies, nan rearneu i"e,fron! tM0 metropolis to Han I'Tancis-
coastline of tho Unltle and begun to!0(, Many of these Intrepid officers are ,
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mnko themselves nt homo In tho
stretch of land, northwest of Dan
slg. This brought Poland to salt
water again, after an absence of US
While Polish ships are to have use
of w lmre at Danzig, which Is to
be n free port under the League of
Nations, the now republic Is desirous
of a port, which It may call Its
very own, and It Is with this end In
view that tho Polish government has
settled upon Puck, as It is spelled In
Polish, as a site of the port whore
In tho future Poland may have absol
utely free commercial access to the
sea under jurisdiction of Its own of
ficials. It was at tho seasldo near Puck
J j whoro formal exercises marking Po-
land's reunion to tho sen wore colo-
j britcil tho other day and It was a
great event. Thousands from all over
Poland nssombled In holiday nttlro
LONDON, Mar. 1. (By Mall).
Paul Mantoux, who was official in
terpreter, to the Peace Conference in
Paris and who is now Director of the
political section of the Secretariat of
the League of Nations, has given the
public a glimpse at the lighter side
of the 'BIg Four" at work.
"Mr. Lloyd George," he said, "sat
in a large comfortable arm chair by
the fireside, and beside him was M.
Clemenceau In another armchair.
President Wilson sat on their left
facing a window and I was at
other end of a long table with Signor
light, I had the privilege of seeing
those four great men crawling on the
''We had our moments of relaxa
tion," he continued, "and when the
Council was waiting for some docu
ment, the Big Four told stories.
President Wilson was then brilliant,
and had a fund of amusing anecdotes
which were always much enjoyed."
to commomorato the historical oc
currence, nnd also tho recover' of
Polish land which went to Prussia
after Poland's first dlsmombermcnt
by the three conquerors, Prussia,
Russia and Austria, In 1772.
General Haller, commnnder-ln-
chlef of tho Polish armys In France
during the great war and under
I whom thousands of Polish-Americans
fought, headed the military ex-
' pedltlon which entered Puck to re-! of tho most famous ,-as thai of Slt-
soiis of aristocratic iirmsn ramnios
and are veterans of tho (Ireat War
Tho metamorphosis of tho great or
ganization known as the Northwest
Mt tinted Police, organized In 187.1.
when tho Canadian Northwest was
u sort of "No-Mun'ii Land," recalls
some of tho heroic exploits of Its
members. Ono of tho earliest of
theo was tho norvy action of tho
jlnto Genornl Sir Sam Steele, then a
sergeant. A camp of hostile Creo In
dians were obstructing tho building
of tho Canadian Pacific railway.
Sergeant Steelo, accompanied by a
Iconslnblo, rode Into the midst of tho
camp, and whllo tho ret! skins In
dulged in promiscuous shooting and
war whoops, calmly ordered Chief
Ple-A-Pot to get out within ten min
utes. Tho chief, ignoring his order,
Steelo garbed In a red coat, dis
mounted, leaped over Plo-A-Pot's
squatting figure, through the tepoo
doer nnd kicked out tho contor polo,
bringing down tho tent on PIo-A-Pot
and his squaws. '
Tho mandnclty of Stcolo's act In
thus mnn-handllng the head of tho
tribo overawed tho Indians and thoy
at onco started to obey his order.
Of tho many International cases
J handled by tho mount..'! police, cue
All those knowing themselves In
debted to the Isolation hospital
claim in the nnme of President 'PII
jsudskl, Toland's gateway to tho sov
I en seas. The towns, and all tho vil
lages thereabouts, wero decorated
with thousands of flags nnd stream
ers of tho Polish natlonnl colors, In
white and scarlet, which wore flying
please settle with C. C. Low. 421 Oak in these parts for the first tlmo in n
thelAve. ' 10-20 'century and a half.
There was a race of the detach-
Orlando at my elbow. Conversation I Tnere Jg a shortage of ceUulold
was often very friendly and Informal , '
... , buttons, since Japan has refused to
and sometimes when some unknown!
place was mentioned, a largo map export camrhor, of which the cellu
was brought in and, much to my de- lold Is largely made.
ments of Polish soldiers to actually
reach the coast nnd to bo the first
to dip a Polish flag into the wnters
of the Baltic.
Spe?klng nt tho exorcises, General
Haller said that from that dav
henceforth tho sens of tho world
were onen to tho Polish
sailor nnd ' on
ting Bull who, after willing out, Con
oral Custer's band in 1S7'!, sought
to uso tho Canndlnn border territory
as a bnso of further operations
ngalnst tho Americans.
Tho remarkable cnduranro of
members of tho force hnvo been
fiequontly mentioned In tho prosi.
Tho doath of tho Fitzgerald patrol
on tho Fort .McPhorson-Dnwson trail
In 1910-11, when Inspector Fitzger
ald with Constables Klnnoy, Taylor
and cx-Constablo Carter died on
duty, was a notnblo Instance. The
four bodies of the men who had per
ished on tho long trail, wero uftor
ward found. Tho moil had struggled
to tho last, killing their
An Express Shipment of New
A Now York hotel has tho largest
prlvatu telnphonn switchboard In the
world. Ono hundred and twenty peo
ple aro required to look after It,
In India, as long as tholr parents
the "llvii, tho soiiH, though mnrrled
and with children of their own, do
not separate, but live In tho same
houso and under tho command of
MV1KS HACKS llKl.lt
ON SNOWKI) TRACK.
CSTAAI), Switzerland. Fob. 20.
(lly Mall.)--For tho first tlmo In
.Switzerland, horse races with Hprlnt
Ing competitions on tho snow aro be
ing held at this famous winter resort
In tho llnriioso Oborlnnd. Forty
horsus have been running and there
have been about 1,000 spectators at
most of the events. Swiss cavalry
nfilcers rode most of tho winners.
that the Polish eeamen would be end oatlng part of tlio harness, V Itz
nulck to make the best of it. Then, gorald, the Inst to survive, was
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ment. There are the toques and small turban styles
in black and all leading shades of the season.
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Klamath Falls., Oregon
found d"ad with his diary and a
mall bag undor his body.
Tho Ilathurst Inlet Patrol made a
two anil ono-hnlf year Journey Into
tho Arctic Circle, covering 5,000
miles In sledges, on suowsboes and
afoot to arrest two Fsklmos for the
killing of Radford and Street, two
whlto men slain in 1012. Thoy'
' .... found tho Eskimos and brought i
The 1920 gridiron battle between em t(J cm,rti I
Pennsylvania and Cornell is pretty Many other ntorc8tlnB storlo3 nro
stirp to nttract widq attention, slncel. .. . ,,, , . ,,, nro .
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' i At tho present time recruiting for"
tho forco has virtually stopped bo-i
causo of a lack of barrack accommo-
'n nfeordPneo with an old Polish
tradlt'on. Genoral Haller throw a
gold ring Into the ocean as n sign
that Poland had been woddod to the
sen. tMs time, ho said, ho hoped for
ever onrt forever.
Plans for a Polish navy aro al
reidy under way.
i both institutions have acquired foot
ball coaches of national fame.
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calluses lift right off
Doesn't hurt a bit
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Phono 187; Res. 200R
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upon a tender, aching corn or a cal
lus. Instantly that troublesome
corn or callus stops hurting, then
shortly -you lift It out, root and all,
without any pain, soreness or Irrita
tion. These little bottles of Freoz
one contain just enough to rid tho
feet of every hard corn, soft corn,
corn between tho toes and tho cal
luses on bottom of feet. So eaByii
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MADRID, Fob. 2i. (By Mall.)-'
Tho application for vises for pass-'
ports for America received at tho
American consulate In Madrid has,,
since tho beginning of the year, ox-'
ceeded all recent rocords. Most of
tho applicants come from tho prov
ince of Salamanca, soma of tho
smaller villages of which have been
practically depopulated owing to tho
departure of these emigrants. Thoy
are chiefly farm laborers, with a fair
sprinkling however, af skilled arti
sans, bricklayers especially being at-
trnr.fprl liv flin wnces In Amerlrn. !
Some of tho emigrants tako tholr
families with thorn. Tho majority
however either wait until thoy have
prepared a homo for thorn, or gnthor
a Ilttlo fortune together and return
to Spain to llvo on tho Incomo, In
creased a Ilttlo by working a small
plot of land. Often howovor, oven
these roturn to tho consulato for a
second vise to go across and when
asked for how long thoy want it, in
variably roply "forovor."
Tho Puritans of tho 17th century
used no ring at tho wedding cere
mony, ns they considered It ''a pag
an symbol and superstitious contriv
ance," AH that they required was
that tho man and woman should join
hands when stating their purpose to
llvo togother in wedlock.
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