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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 7, 1920)
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TOKIO, April 13. (Dy Mall.)
Charles Cheney, president of the
Silk Asioctatlon of America, now
heading tho American Silk Million
to Japan, Id n Interview bore said
it was the desire of both Jspanese
and American silk Interests to re
duce "gambling" on the Toklo Silk
Exchange as violent fluctuations
were equally detrimental to the pro
ducer, manufacturer and consumer.
Another object of, his mission is to
standardize the classlflcatlon of raw
silk, a subject which. In the past, has
led to many difficulties. He has been
visiting the principal Japanese silk
centers and will go to China via
Manila and Hongkong.
NKW YORK, May 7. Tho Social
ist party of America will opon tho
flrnt nntlonnl political campaign ot
1920 whcn3tf0 delegates from vari
ous sections of tho country assemble
horo next Saturday, May 8. They
will contlnuo their deliberations for
n week. According to party officers
nomination of candidates for presi
dent und vice president of the United
States nnd construction of a plat
form will be tho chief business before
Socialists much particular Import
ance to this year's convention, be
cause of attack's made on the party's
attitude during tho war and during
tho Investigation In Albany which led
to expulsion ot tho entire Socialist
delegation of five from tho New York
assembly. Unseating by tho house of
Representative Victor I.. Merger of
Wisconsin, convicted ot violating the
espionage act, also Is likely to como
up for dlscustlon.
Ilcpresentntlvo Socialists also de
clare that rights of freo speech, free
piV-ss antl free assemblage, which
party officials assert hnvo been en
dangered by "gag legislation" pnsso-t
during tho war, nre certain to re-
cc'lvo attention. Tho ethics ot appli
cation now of war measures designed
to provont strikes also Is scheduled
A commltteo cf which Morris Hill
quit, onco candidate tor the New
York mnyoralty Is chulrman, Is now
at work drafting recommendations
for the party platform. Adoption of
a new platform Is considered of prime
Importance this year, because of of-1
forts by federal and state officials to
ally tho party with Its "Left Wing" i
industrial Workers of the World, (
Communists, Ilolshevlsts nnd other
elements which Its Readers assort
has been dropped during (ho past
AF an tk mat screen dramas of the day.
lib story, cbrectiou, acting, kmn and extraordinary dra-
maoc strength, this supreme production "THfc turc
FESSION." It's a plaj that you can see twice, yes tart
times, and be impressed with it's hitgeaess more and more. It
staads out as one of the real dramatic triumphs of years aad
trials yoa a picked cast of star players headed by
America's Greatest of aN EmoOoaal Actors
Brilliant star of "TUc Berth
of a Nation" In
CAMP OROVNDH READY
CRAIG, Colo., May 6. -Municipal
caasp grounds bare are being made
ready for automobile travelers. The
groand Is a gift to the town for this
purpose by W. H. Rose, a pioneer of
the aortbweetera part of Colorado.
A Classified Ad will sell It.
ELECTION, MAY 21
Vote 302 X Yes
For 4 State Road Bend Limit
BALLOT TITLE IS AS FOLLOWS:
CONSTtTUTIOSAL AME.VDMENT-lUftrr4 to lb. ppl. ty tb.
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lor Upurpff kuiliiirf iinuliUioiii ptnuntol nidt in tb
Ptrrorioi iiiiuhwU raliutlon of sll lb property
riton, initial cf two per t.ol u now provided by Uw.
t amount of f iur pr
In tb but of tint
NO PROPERTY TAX-NO DIRECT TAX
NO INCREASE IN AUTO LICENSE FEES
NO INCREASE OF GASOLINE TAX
Keep thefco three facts in mind. The present auto license fees and
gasoline tax will nay both tho principal and Intercut on all tho bonds
under 'this amendment, and will yield an annual surplus besides for other
state highway work. No additional taxation of any kind.
FEDERAL FUNDS MUST BE MATCHED
Oregon must have sufficient Highway Funds to match Federal opportion
asenU or Oregon cannot get tho benefit of Federal money for Oregon Itoads.
increasing tins constitutional limit is a necessity. Unless limit is increased,
euaer state roads cannot bo completed for many, many years, or must bo finished
by direct property taxation. This mcasuro averts direct property tax for state
aujaways and mokes early completion possible. Let's get the roads built now.
Issmm frta ftHMt Sswsm SaStlMt lo Pay Mswati eaj IsUmt
. Tfcs fact tkat nvsouw from uto Uen fact tai ciMlibS tax. without liumm of nrwent nbM.
sssslasta; UbU bmWuU. Jt pruvw tUtno prowrty tax U nauind uTfiut pnsut rSmtii
-2??!A0Pi,!?P OXVKLOPMBNT ASSOCIATION
i Umiiiwfn, III WanssUr BtjQbja, portkad, Onaoa
year or so.
It Is belloved that tho platform
may mako clear tho party's attitude
not only toward theso "ex-comrades"
but toward thu present Russian gov-j
eminent. During the Socialist trial
at Albany, party leader mada It
plain that while they lield a sympa
thetic feeling for Soviet Russia, be
cause It presented a fluid f3r a great
social experiment, they did not con
sider themselves allied with the Com
munist party, from whoso philosophy
they said they differed.
According to present plans, the
party will nominate only two candi
dates for national office. Eugene V.
Debs, now serving a term In Atlanta
(penitentiary for violation of the es
pionage act, has been repeatedly ad
vocated for the presidency by promi
nent party leaders. At the' Socialist
Investigation of Albany, these leadera
on the stand raised the cry of "from
prison to White House" asserted that
Debs had" been convicted for word
and not deed during the war and
compared bim to Jesus of Naxareth.
The .convention will be limited to
200 delegates, It has been announced,
apportioned to the various states In
conformity with their Socialist mem
bership- Each state will have at
least one delegate. New York, with
27 delegates, Is said to bo the largest
delegation. Pennsylvania with 21 Is
said to bo second.
Otto Ilranstetter of Chicago, na
tional socretary, will call the dele
gates to crdor In the auditorium of
the Finnish Workers' Educational
association. Leading Socialists from
Atlantic to Pacific will be present,
Including Mr. Hlllqult, who Is now
at Saranac I.uko; Seymour Stedman,
Chicago lawyer who haft defended
many prominent Socialists caught In "1
tho mesh of war legislation; Victor '
U. Ilerger, of Milwaukee, and Mayor V
Hoan of tho samo city. !
While most of tho sessions will liu
held In tho Finnish hall, Madison
Kutiro (janten will bo tho sceno of u
muss meeting Sunday afternoon, May
J, where Mr. IHIliiult, Mr. Stedman
und Mayor Hoan nro scheduled to
speak. BA dinner to convention ilelo-
gates will bo held Monday night at j
which Hpeocnns or campaign signific
ance uro expected to bo mado.
Tlio koynoto uddrebs will bo deliv
ered by tho permanent chairman,
(lis selection 'will ho tho first busi
ness before thu delegates and ac
cording to party officers, whoevor ho
may bo, ho will speak unlnstructed
and without prepared recommendations.
MO matter what staboa
in life, b you rich,
poor or middleman, no
matter what your creed,
no matter what your ideas
of justice, mercy or retri
bution, here is THE PLAY
Just Remember This
Yoa will ee the greet WALTHALL, bruaaat
Star of the world's mightiest photodrama,
"THE BIRTH OF A NATION" m this play,
m which critics concede that Walthall does
Ms greatest emotional work.
f 'fa X
Brilliant CastMarvellous Scenea Inaplrlnd :
I lifts ap to "
romance, filled to overfowiag with treaaeadoe suspense
aad tsaisit action you've ever witnessed aa Be sihrer
DO NOT MISS THIS WONDERFUL PHO-
Dirttud ty oVtraat Braeasn. I
"Wucad ay Tke National film Corporation of Amoricm from Hal
lUWt groml tag play thai rrratfd a f motion lArougfcoM Amoricm.
Prnttd by Gomrgi H. DaoU
WOULD LIST ALIENS
HONOLULU, T. II.. April 2, (Dy
MsJI). Territorial headquarters of
the American Legion baa opened a
drive to list all aliens employed In
the Hawaiian Islands and, to this
end, has sent a questionnaire to em
ployers, according to J. T. Phillips,
chairman of the legion's citizen em
lory, length of time In present em-J steadily Increasing cltlien labor. It
ployment, occupation, war record, Is the aim fo thn organization le
whether a declaration of Intention to, promote and foster 100 per rent
become. a cltlien baa been filed. Americanism."
All Information thus obtained, I
said Phillips, would be held confl-l I'robably the most famous of all
dentlal, the total results only being fi,n ''I'etorus Jack," a grampus
published. Chairman Phillips con- whlch regularly piloted ships hsto
tlnued: Pelorus Sound, New Zealand, and
"It Is not the Intention of the com-'" nM'' "r,or bout ,hlr" n'
mlttee to. request tho discbarge ot "n- P!""'! by a special act of
any employe of any firm, but the ,Br"m,,,,t '" l90.
Aliens are to be asked through committee expects all employers who it a cKtlmnted that thn players
their employers for the following aro addressed on tho subject to glvo nd directors of motion pictures la
Informatien: Full name, ago, birth- their views on a future policy for l.os Angeles contributes more than
place, length of residence In terrl-. theso Islands which would embrace 15,000,000 a year In Incomo tax.
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BAN THE "M(KNHKAMS"
SAN FRANCISCO, Cai., May 6.
Police here havo opened war on
"moonbeam dancing" which Chief
WBlte aald "appears to be dono to
very low lights and any kind of
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