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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 10, 1920)
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of your own free Judgment, the right i X
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not to be drireri,. not to be whipped
Into line. You have the rfght not to X
Fabllshed dally.' Biceps Sunday, by
raid Pwbllswtnr 'Company oi
.h rails, at ill Fourth street.
at Iba'poeto'sVce at IHam-
ha Falls, pre., for traasalatioa thru
awa mails a seconci'esa iuir.
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r aet otherwise credited la thlt
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MONDAY, MAT 10, ltw
SPEAKES FOR JOHNSON
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Qualitv in roofine is what elves it
w rid, fer free cimraerre In China-
thai doclr ne. scund .and Jnit, that
rtartr no wr-'cb'mAkei for ,paee.4tl)al
Aectriae which 'makes' "for national
eamlty aad good will. We sccired
tba adoptiaajby both Britain, France,
Qarmaay aao Japan, bat tha treaty
w Versailles ylolaIU fundamental
mriaeiales. Not .only' ao, la. whose
aatarest do we make this detarmli
thra of force and vioIOee? In wbaaa
tatarest do we sigaTJn the, interval
at aae imperialist the'oaly autocracy
that baa Mas laft after Ue world
war Japan! "."' '
"Tbara la no caelja tbt tonnd of
nay Totea bat known that Japan today
la seeking to do In the Orient exactly
what tba Germans aoagbt to do in
the weat and tha exactly' the same
methods, tba will of power, 'the Idea
that might makes right, the develop
aacst of rathltss for-i-lkkl baa been
war method of dealing with Korea. In
waallag with Formosa; that baseea
war method In dealing with 'Ma'aqha
fte, aad is ler met bed "In dealing. i
alght aa we are gathered here, with
Aak Taakee BeHtem
MAak aay AmaTMaaffICer; 6 aol
daar, whs aeryed la 'Siberia, aa to
what was the atttade of Jaap ,to
America; Its attitude' toward the Raa
tea people, aad they, mill tell yoaa
lsg story ef inUigae. Iraperlallttlc
swrpoaef, rutbleea -force, seeking to
dominate tba Oriental world.-
"Aad bow toaicMche bnperiallftic
group in Jaaai can ueUfy their Im-
Kwwnace mar aaa aeea orougat to
Vartallsm la tha terms of the rich
Bfwriace that haa'kaaa brongbt to
by their aaord and their de-
Quality in roofing is what gives it
resistanceto sun and rain the two
worst enemies of roofing. Quality
in Malthoid is built-in. That's why
.it lasts so'jpng why it's the cheap
est roofing you can buy. . No better
protection for house, barn, shed,
fruit warehouse, shop, garage, etc.
Comes in three thicknesses. Ce
ment, nails 'and directions in each
kit T.J '
Big Basin Lumber Co.
oyer the 30,000,000 Chlaeaa la Shaa
HaTlng been In-Blberla la hla ea
paelty aa head of the American Red
Croea mlmlca, Mr. Roblaeapoke feet
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commander lit Chief, and'tbewko Into-
Rnaaia ,to' establish democracy'tinderl
tae-laiperlal aielga of the Wlkado. ",
. ' "Th PHc Paid ' "
"Tbr millloas, of dollara that yon
have got to pay for the Siberian and
ing 'of the American expedition lnu Archangel eiiterprttes, the boys that
that' frozen country. He said:" "(lie dead there in that deaolate land
1 "la the ultimate record of history, are part of the price of Imperialism,
with' all the paulon and all the Sham (alien to the'paat blstory of this re-
borne ont and the truth made clear, 'Public, unworthy cf Ita great tradl;
It will appear that the men snd.tlons and we are about to ge't
money of America In the Siberian
and Archangel enterprises were not
spent to proirct American property.
through with It forever."
AnxL'lcmUawi and Newspapers
Other important Issues were dls-
wert not spent to protect the Inter-UniMd br ,, Robins, and at oae
maads at the council of Versailles
"I wonder if there are oay bomea
f the mea.ia Klamath rUa, any,
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expended, aader the league of
ests cf liberty, but were finally spent
to aid In the collection of the debts
of Britain and of France, and there
waa no oceaaloa for It. It waa cabled
tn tttm AWriaBACi, mt WFaahla4n. fwA
rears ago the fact that Intervention
matt fall, and that the raising of the
embargo would only starve Ihe help
less women and cblldren'otjtbe 'bet
ter clasa In Russia rather than the!
point of 'his talk he said
'There will be the Issue of Amer
icanism. 'And again I want to spe
cify. There is a sham Americanism,
and thera is gsaulne Americanism.
I know men In my own city of Chi
cago that are shoetlng Americanism
from the hcasetops. that spent the
entire period' of ihe war, while some
of. the rest of us were rliklnc our
Bolshevlkl that Intervention would ',!,,, ,n profiteering on the soldiers
only sump Bolshevism In Instead of ,nd on the ,-, ot thft nllon ftnd
they are today shouting American-
Ism; and I know speakers, who, find
Ing their audience becoming apathet
ic, will step fcrth and say 'I am for
100 per cent Americanism' and tbey
will get a cheer out of any crowd.
And the cbeer Is right, although the
man himself Is a humbug and a
sham. But there la genuine Ameri
canism, something that came out of
he working and the suffering
throughout the war, and tha spirit
that has made the nation great. Here
stamping it out that intervention
would make Lenlne and Trotsky pa
triots Instead of revolutionists; that
intervention would only gather the
whole Russian people, thousands of
wham hated tha govcrameat.'lo sup
port that hated goverameat la a tight
against a foreign Invader on the soil
of boly Russia.
And then, in the supreme. absurd
ity of history, we take our, boys aad
oar flag and our bayonets, and we
na-lpnt them behind a Japanese general
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Sou bare, the right to the honest
Juagmeut ot free 'm'eti, and not bo
subject to the man who seeks to whip,!
you by four ot economic need, or be
tray Von byvglvna"ycu' falsehood as
truth, That man can shout Amerl
cftnitm uqtll he le.Nsrk In the fsce,"
but he Is the enemy ot America." i
Mr. Robins pointed out that eco
nomic liberty,, religious liberty, rfaltt
loal liberty, Isjha Americanism that
we are flghtfag.for.
la tor Jnhasjm
'"Hire 1 atd.,'4 long ways from
home. Hat iTpeld my own way, and
I "will pay' my own way while I am
"I have been In five stales working
for Hiram Johnson. It would bate
ben easier for me 'to work for Low
den., lie Is tVe governor of my state
and the leader'ot my party. I might
have been ono ot tbe 'big tour' In the
convention It t had chosen to support
him. He is a worthy cltlten and a
good governor, aad 1 respect him
highly. Or I might bate supported
Ocneral Wood, a good man who tor
yeara has stood out in bis honesty
and his strength. Ilut It Is Hiram
'Johnson who stands .for the progres
sive things, tha. things for tbe good of
the whole people of thla favored land,
and that Is why I am here In bla 1 1
wnaii louigni.- i
Tbe speaker reviewed Johnson's!
Mcord as c.ivtM-noc cf California and I
(a united Stales secator, a's efforts
tir defeat tbe league tf nil an at
uphold the doctrines aa taught by the
foundera of the republic and tha con
stitution, and brought his remarks
to a' close with tha paragraph quoted
at the beginning of thla report.
No finer tribute could have been
paid to tbe rspjautlon of tbe orator
and the candidate be represents thaa
the action of 300 or 400 people, who
stood patiently m the street before
the opera house, awaiting Ita empty
ing of tbe school entertainment audi
ence. Mr Robins requested tbe local
Johnson ccmmlttee to express to
every member ot the audience on be
half of himself and, Senator Johnson
bis rare appreciation for that fine
.Tbe abandonment ot plans at the
eleventh hour for plana for an open
air meeting were a source of extreme
regret both to, the ccmmlttee and tbe
speaker. Mr, Robins stumped five
states In the east and a large part of
California for Johnson and tbe strain
on bis voice waa Increased by a slight
cold contracted In San Francisco. Ha
arrived Saturday night almost worn
out. At Dunsmulr be found it neces
sary to 'notify the local committee
that bis threat warin'auch condition
that ha did aot dare risk the outdoor
meeting, necessitating an . entire
change ef plan after all publicity bad
been circulated. The telegram was
received late in the afternoon, and on
top of that' cams a sudden rain sqanll
and notification jbfcj. tbe train was
behind schedule. ' -
It waa impossible to postpone tbe
THE REX CAFE
IS NOW READY TO RETAIL
BREAD, PIES, FRENCH PASTRY
AND ALL OTHER HIGH CLASS ,
PASTRIES TO THE PUBLIC. ON
SALE AT THE MAZE CONFECTION-'"
ERY STORJB, PALACE MEAT MAR- '
KET, THE REX CAFE.
THE REX CAFE
CORNER SEVENTH AND MAIN
MY HOW FAT AND OH HOW JOLLY'
tloae. la enforcing tha right of Japaa aad a Japanese flag with a 'Japanese von r tonight, free men and women meetlag until Monday, aa Mr. Robins
Officers and Directors OmMUklHsmnctComw
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waa summoned to leave yestorday
morning fcr r'ortland, and tbe com
mlttea graspod the only aKernatlvn,
the late address at thf opera bouse.
All arrangements had been mailo
for the open air rally, even to the
securing of an Kdlson Magnavoz, a
tono amplifying apparatus slmllur
to that used by Proililcnt Wilson In
his open air nddmsaon during his
coast-to coast tour, which was do
natod by tba Karl Hhepberd Music
fiordon Mifflin, chnlrman or tho
county Johnson-ror-I'rinldunt club,
Introduced tho speaker. In conrtn-
oiih recognition of tho sponkur's
ropututlon, Mayor I. It. Rtrulilo nc-
cuplod a scut on tho platform 'us
ruproHontallvo of tho city
900,000 JEWS IN
LONDON, April IS, (lly Mali) .
I)r Max Norduu told tho KiikIIhIi
Zlonltit fcdrrutlon tlm otlmr duy Ihut
In Ilia world war tlio Jiiwh had furii-
islicd 900,000 Bildlrs to tho vurloua
armies. This, ho Bald, was about
Hovon por cent ot tlio wholo numljor
or Jews, a proportion (iriinlld by fuw
iind HurpaHHod only, ho bollnvitd, by
tho Fronch. Tho Jews had lost 80,
000 doad and bad about 200.000 cas.
Dut what had, Iho, Jews fought for,
ho askod. Kven In, tho advanced and
highly civilized .countries' of tho
west, bo continued,, a buge,wavo of
antl-Homltlsm was welllni un: In thn
now countries tbat'tbad risen in the
! wo uiuav criraiuBi passions were
let .loose aganlst tbe Jew,' la thla
dark pietara there waa one bright
LEADS IN CONTEST
flteady progress In tbe contest for
the capital prise given by tho Klks
In connection with thn giving away
of thn beautiful Rdlson phonogrupb
la being shown by tlm various can
didate. Tho standings today aro
Mlis Mnrgarct Mctlrath 7nr.n
MUs Vordu Cnxad 8260. .
Iluforo thn end nf (hn i.i nn.
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sldnrnhln ncilvlty may bo looked for. '
i-rupiirntlons for tlio innn.t,.r .,.
clittiiiH pnriiilo uro lntlnB compluliid "
onu run di'tallH wll Imh nnnounroil
lalnr. This will ho ono of tlm long- '
it parados ovor soon In tho city.
A rouiplnio Hat or thn immcH of
lli' lltlln folk piirllclpatliiB In iho
doll piruilo will h,i ,;v(in in Krl
day's llorald. Tho wny Is ImiIiik '
l'.vnd for tho lilKKONt wix-lc of fun
ovor Ringoil In Kliiniiitli 1'alln,
Hl'ol, tho llritlHli dorlaratlon In favor
i of n JowIhIi national homo In Palo-ullno.
1IONOMII.tr. T. II.. Anr l n
Mall.) Nlnotcon nlnotoon was tho
dryest year In tho Hawaiian Islands
BlnCO tllO WOtttllOr bureau linirnn I..
suing roports, according to Observer 1
I'. II. Dalngorflold.
Only 309.50 Inchos fell during. th
year at Puu Kukul on .tho Island of
Maul, where close to BOO Inchos ua-"
ually are recorded, and which li said
to hnM ftiA MA.MI. -.-- .
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