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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 10, 1920)
immmm Tww THE EVENING
I " WWOI WIU BE THE Miff TO WAUHT L j
HMK1AXH Mill SMOKKIt
Don't drop fire when you
amok In the ood, nor throw
II out along the road. Knptbr
He cartful! Don't start a flro
In the ooda when you begin or
cnil your amokr! Il aure your
mutch, clgari'ttr or l it Ii out.
Ilon'l atari what you cun't
top! II" careful lth fire In
ami nrar tliu foreat.
Klre U dangerous! Un care
ful hen ou smoke In the
Look out' Whfti ou amoke
In thti wooila. iton't Mart u for
Vour co-operation with thU
company to keep down foreat
flrv la asked, lireak your
match In tu, llnork out your
plp nahe Into your hand.
Iton't drop n burning cigarette.
Forest fire coot mltllona a
year. Iion't start one
Don't throw (Ire away In the
muuuo or along the ruotl
HUM' I'ltCVKNT FIUKS
WAHHINHTON. I). C, June 10.
llecauae of the very Herloua fire hat
urd created by tobucco smoking In
lb ii forests, K T .Mervdlth, secretary
of agriculture, liua juat written to
seven of the leading tobucco com
pun leu In (IiIh country asking their
co-operation In entitling smoker In
u campaign ngulnst carelea use of
flro In all forest, both natlonul and
pnvate. wmoaers. statistics snow.
nro annually responsible for u lurgo
number of conflngrutlons'ln timbered
ureas cnualng Immense losses. The
secretary's letter suggests that the
tobacco compnnle cun render un In-
vuluuble service In this movement
by Including In tobacco packages
brief printed legend urging smokers
to tnke uvcry precaution to prevent
itio spread of fire from matches or
Don't atk for
tntil A), All
mnJ liititl on all
i a U. NckatU
P. C.B. PRODUCTS
Annl Laurla Short Drssd
( Assort rdCskce
lutitrThTn. , ,
bong Uivxb Ultlnaflsks
aafamuxiaaa - 71 v-- w
jlal . t-j- :
luirii triic tobacco Action of thin char- The warning to tine caution need
n ti-r reported to Iihvc been taken by to be no drilled Into li In consciousness
a Canadian tobacco company In tiled that care become habitual and In
by Secretary Merejllih. . sttnctlve. I'erhnp you could ice
Ttif teller In ono feature In n move
ment now being carried on by the
... ., , . ,.,
forest aervlre to ea-n the number of
. . ..... . j ...i
urea caim'ii j aimiaers ami iiiiiv .. .. in
...thing or enjoying outing J ' ttCT". " " ,"P!
.1, forest. ho.e privation la ,Jlyret.e and tobacco package, and
ess-mlal to national proaperlty.
,The letter 'of the secretary la as
"In proteitlng the national foreata
of over 1 60, 000,000 urrea, the de
partment of agrciullure baa to tight
thnuaands of foreal flrea very mm
tnrr due In CMrelraanea. Throughout
I lie I'nlled Steles we needleaaly burn
ilp'every yeur a great deal of our
forest wealth and turn productive
timber Into wnatea, largely brcauan
the public doe not aufflclently re
alle the Important of a aenae of In
dividual responsibility In the preven
tion of fire.
I'hum- Man) Mrrw
"Stnokeia cauae many foreal flrea.
Some lumber rompanlea forbid amok
Ing In the wooila, and the oxtenalon
of thla rule la being rtrongly urged.
Such inriaurea would never have been
conaldered neceranry If atnokera auf
flclently rcognlied the danger that
attend the dropping of a lighted
match, n pipe com), or nn unextln
gulahed cigarette or cigar atnmp.
"Hunter, flabermen and woodi
worker of all klnda amoke In the
foreata, whllo automoblllata tn a bit
of flrv from their car and apeed
tlioutJIitleimly on, unnwnre even
though they have left an Incipient
conflagrutlon behind them. A alngle
glowing cigarette end may coat the
government thouaanilH of dollars for
flrv flghtlnc, to my nothing of the
value of the timber detroed, the
devolution of acenlc beauty, and the
harm done to wnterflow.
"Vour 'ornpiiny can. I believe. do;l"K " comply with the requirements
much to lessen these losses,
It not be poislblv for you to
fv cmtton on (ho 0lltl,,0 ,.ach '
iljm, fi.,r nr ,i,ri,i miin,j
Hundreds of thousands of people '
would rend hiuh wurnlng. and their; ninifnienis issuen o represent -
effvet would be very great. I under- 'l-'" ot ,nn Jnpniu'KP, government
stund thnt In Cnnadn at least one lm-!nn', bjr Mr- Appcnteller indlcnte that
ortllMt tobacco company bus ulready
luken this htep.
Muni Keep ll Up
"It In not enough lo bring the Im
portance of fire prevention to tho in
lnon of un ,mvluuu, oncp or twlcU(
from tKe Oven
Crisp, light, daintily delicious
crackers salted just enough
in other Vords-SNOW FLAKES!
I your way clear to print on thu reverse
tsldo of the packing slips enclosed In
Tobncro cans a flro warning, and to
pace the ilp n the can with the fire
' .... ,. . ,
.warring up no that It would catch
.iiRiir uifAcn muiij miuiu m iuiiuci
opportunity for fire warning.
J "Would It not be possible, alio,
for yon to consider putting slogan,
jllke one of there on the encloaed
beet, on th lithographs which yon
use In billboard advertising? From
It novelty aa well aa from the evi
dence that It would afford of a desire
to further the public welfare, aucb
t advertising will perbapa appeal to
you I am confident that 1 may count
on your Interest In tbli lubject, and
your willingness to co-operate In ao
far n you tan with those who are
seeking to diminish the excesalve and
startling number of man-caused flrea
In the wood 1 would much appre -
elate advrlv us to whether the sug-'nnd
geatlon made appeal to you as being
pro tlcable '
TOO LENIENT TO
SEOUL, Korea, May 8 (Ily Mall.)
The two American Methodist mis
sionary's, Henry Appentcller and
Mix II, A. Smith, who were dismiss
ed by the Japanese officials In Korea
from their position of principals of
private schools, were accused of full
Would!0' ",u Japanese to prextnt pro-Kor-.
print n cftn demonstrations by students or
refusal to punish students alleged to.thelr Influence to restrain the Insur-
have disobeyed the government or-
both n'"Ionnrlcii refused to Investl-
gate demonstrations of some of the
students In their schools an tho an
niversary of the Korean Independ
ence movement or to punish students
who participated In them. The posi
tion taken by both missionaries wan
that such action by them would In
volve a political element nnd that
they had been warned from the
American councl-genornl not to In
terfere In political matters In Korea.
Mr Appentcller declares that ho
obeyed tho government order to the
extent of warning his students
against demonstrations nnd had told
thorn they would be punished It they
hns been obtained
from Miss Smith, principal of thoiUon which is nutomntlcnlly curtail
rnlwlm girl's school. Tho govern-1
ment ngents nssert thnt shu did not
wnm her students ngnlnst demon
strntlntiH ns directed by tho govern
ment "under tho plea thnt tho prob
lem was political In nature nnd nn
educational ought not to Interfere
with It." Tho authorities admit that
Mr, Apponieller, principal of tho
Tnlchui school warned tho students
ngnlnst demonstrations but state
that when they had shouted "long
live Korea," nnd the police had plac
ed n cordon around the school he de
clined to investigate the affair or
punish the students.
Mr, Appentcller declares in a
statement that be told the govern
'nient officials that he waa ready to
deal with any offense against school
discipline but that It seemed to htm
that a political element waa Involved
which traaaferred the responsibility
for the Investigation from the princi
pal (htmielf) to the police. "Hav-
I LL. "i " .
ritV mtAMlMOTHKlVft OI,D PA-
VOftlTi: KKCH'K OF HAOE TEA
Altnoat everyone know that Sag
Tea and Sulphur, properly compound'
ed, blingt back the natural color and
Itiatre to the hair when faded, gray
or streaked. Yeara ago the only way
to get tbl mixture wai to make It at
homo, which U muujr and trouble
some. Nowaday, by aaklng at any
Irug ttore for "Wyetli'a Sage and Sul
phur Compound," you will get a large
bottle of thli famouir old recipe, im
proved by the addition of other In-
gredlenta, for about SO cent.
Don't atay gray) Try Itt No one
can poialbly tell that you darkened
vour hair, aa It doe II eo naturally
and evenly. You dampen a aponge or
toft brtub with It, and draw thU
through your hair, taking on imall
itrand at a time; by morning the gray
hair dlinppear, and after another ap.
plication or two, your hair become
beautifully dark, g'.otsy and attract
Ing done all In my power lo prevent
'any auch occurence, I ought not to
bo called upon to cearch out offend
er of that fort, aaya Mr. Appen-
'teller, He explained that If he bad '
acarched for the offender a a gov
ernment agent demanded he would
have been regnrded by hi itudent
a a "tool of the Mice." Mr, Appen-
teller add that the police conducted
their own Invettlgatlon, excluded
him from the Inquiry roomi and
took from the school one teacher and
14 itudent. He centinue:
"Aa I had heard that the Inquiry
had been carried on In a brutal fa fa
Ion, I commissioned the teacher to
gather facts (concerning the police
Inquiry). I have detailed state
ment In my possession and they
show a total of 41 students who
were maltreated In one or more of
the following waja alapptng,
punching, kicking, wrists twisted, an
object Inserted between the finger
these pressed until the blood
'started. One student Is said to have
I bud a finger broken. This had been
lma In thca ttf-vnl
' It Is alleged by some foreigners
I that the Japanese officials In Korea
I tend to Interpret the school regula
tions in such a manner as to make
I educationalists coadjutors of the po
lice to an unwarranted degree. It la
a matter of regard that American
engaged 'In teaching In Korea are
peclflcally enjoined by American
governmental regulations from tak-
tt.b enr Yisrf -Tn(v I.. t,Oltlal
.taiatters in Korea. This was brought
'tout at tho time of the independence
(demonstrations last year when the
copies of instructions Intended to
guide Americana In Korea. These In
structions had come years before
from the State Department In Wash
ington. At the time of the Independence
revolts Japanese officials sought to
Induce the missionaries to exert
1 ground that the matter was political,
in tho prefcent cases the Japanese
jtiutboritles contend that the mntter
was one vilnlly touching the school
discipline and that the mlsionarles
should have acted.
PORTLAND, June. 10. Unshipped
lumber nccumulating nt Oregon anil ;
Washington mills U lnrltienclng de
Shortage of cars nnd ships has
inguln developed a physical conges-
nB output. Spnce for ndded stock is
From nil producing regions there
nro reports of tho discontinuance of
night operations. .
During tho past month mills of tho
West Const Lumberman's Associa
tion produced more! lumber and ship
ped relatively less than any other
producing region in tho United
States or Canada.
Thero are about 100,000,000 wo
men voters in tho world. In 29
states of this country 15,000,000
women have the right to vote for
President. Full suffrae has been
ranted to women in 17 countries.
A, mountaineer of Doddrlde Coun
ty, West Virginia, deeded a 68-acre
farm to hla daughter-in-law, with the
proviso that It should be forfeited It
she should become the mother of a
Klamath Falb Cjrclery
We handle the beet la our line, I
Back m Motoreyclee, Blcyclee, i
parte ana Aeeeaeoriee, ooodyear,
PenDtylvaBla and Diamond Tlree
and Tabee. The houae of. the
fteaM mm A ltAA tatiaatAaa lNlnl
lnc Harler-DavldaoB Berrlea. !
ii a. at.
We open atore every Tneeday and
Friday from 10:00 a. m. to 4:00 p. m.
Many are the good tbiaga we ean
bow. A dollar aaved U a dollar earn
ed. In baying good tknga cheap aa
yoo may learn, you will never be la
debt and have to eklp If you buy your
LUCKY DICK A CO.
301 Klamath Are. Corner of flth 8t,
W. E. McABOY
Ballda aaytatag ta Use eaMact
liae, Doors, flrmoai. Ui.
Shop at 110 Eighth St.
t. O. CLEOBORN
CMl lHa r aesTTcyw'
Otflea 117 Mala at.
raeavaa: OaV la. Baa. 1KI
O. K. FEED el SALE
Under new manage
ment Best care taken of all
stock placed in our
barn. Horses, harness
and wagons bought,
sold and exchanged.
Dr. E. a WiMCeVTOT
. Dr. P. M. Nod
DR. & A. MASSEY
Foarth aad Plate 8U.
la Warren Hunt Hospital
Off. Phone 417 Re. Phone 86M
ALL WOKK BO.
PbetM SW.T 17 Wlaaiath Ave.
Phono 410 711 Mala it
lee Crcaaa Oaaaaeo
Jack Moarow. Prop.
Cigars, Tobacco, Soft Drink,
Peel and Billiard
Barber Shop In Connection
"Couiteay and Service"
ARTHUR R. WILSOll
EX.BGRVICB MEN, ATTENTION I
The regular meeting
of Klamath Post No. S,
American Legion, will be
held at 8 o'clock p. m., at
tho (City Ball la Klamath Fall, on
the aecond aad foarth Tuesday of
each month. All Comrade art In
vited. Thoa daalriac to lola tba Pott
may aoeara application blank from
O. K. Yaa Riper, FiaANIcaotooa, or
1. B. Oaraaaaa, ail M auamaia raua.
DR. C. A. RAJOO
V O. O. 9. BaJ
I raiupias ji
lfor Opea for
Mt. Baaa McPaalele,
301 Hif h St Phone 455
Office Phone 177W Re 177R
Dr. H. D. Lloyd Stewart
PbyairlM aad Hargeotj
fClatBHsaf ll a7altftl TaaavMB
DR. F. R. GODDARD
Osteopathic Physician and
Office and Residence
I. O. O. F. Temple
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
DR. T.C CAMPBELL
PHYSICIAN AND 8URGBON
Residence White Pelleaa Heat!
Resldeaee Phono t.
DR. L. L. TRUAX
WAKRKN HUNT HOSPITAL
Day Phoae, 47 Night Phoae,
SAW MILL BNOINKKRINO
DMlciera aa4 iMera of
era Saw MIR. Plaahsg MR,
Flaata. CosaplXe plant
Draagtag. Wa coatraet to
aa claas of a aalfcHag i
ataclUaerj of aar ktad.
Drafting of aay kfead cleae. Baaa
Priat atade. PHONE 1M
OBee ta K. D. BaMasag
I am now prepared to tarnish
Shasta Sand front the Hoey. Uanu
sand and gravel ptt, la any qaaaUar
tnat may be deairad by eoatraeteas
AL r. ORAHAM.
Let Your GLASS trouble!
C E. STUCKEY
RoGIazing aad Cabinet
Eleventh and Pine
KlaaiatB Lodg No. 1ST
I. O. O. F.
Meets Friday night of each week at
I. O. O. F. hall, Mb and Main street.
Hyman Weschler, N. (.; W. O. Wells,
Secretary; W. D. Cofer, Treasurer.
Ewanna Encampment No. 41, 1. O
O. P., meets Tuesday night of ease)
week nt I. O. O. F. hall. W. II. North,
C. P.; W. D. Cofer, Scribe; Fred
NEW CITY LAUNDRY
"Put Your Duds
In Our Suds"
Corner Main and
About 6,500,000 British women
can now vote tor members of Parlia
ment and their vote may unseal
Bome of the 63 Labor aaaauwra. aa
account of popular aJuapajrayaL of, '
succession of strike.
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