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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 15, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
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G. 0. P. National Chairman
CHICAGO. June IB. Will H. Hays
of Indiana was ro-clected chairman
of the Republican national committee
Saturday night. .
Tt Ihnw Debauch
(Women are Intoxicated by dress.
A really truly awful condition.
Which won't be cured by prohibi
tion! Cartoons Magazine.
The spirit of '76.
The spirit of 1919.
The wood alcohol of 19!0.
Qui 'Your Fruit
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OF MEX. LEADER
MEXICO CITY. May 27. (Ily Mall)
j line oi I no eseiiin, .......- .
(ceding tho revolt against President
I Carranza wns the escape of General
llonlamln Hill, chief lieutenant of
1 General Alvnro Obregon, who fled
.from tho capital hidden In a pile of
sacks In a milk wagon.
General Hill vanished from the
capital on tho name night a did Gen
eral Obregon April 13 The wagon
In which Hill was bidden was stop
prd by the police In the suburbs of
the capital because It did not carry
a ugnt. wnue me unver was dmd
Ing the policeman to pass tne lignt-
! Yithlf In. fl moral Hill clrotiDed nut i
of tho back of the wagon and hid In ,no co,,on n'' n rortlim of tho
the shadew of a building until the "l' ra,,,,M, on n onP ml hMf nfrp
policeman was "mollified. Then the ,rnct hlcn " '" '
general crawled back Into the wagon ," Thc ,n,cl ''K"l" " "
and continued his flight. !'"' 'rln '" ',lnn,,i"K "5
I and again from time to time after
M).tery surrounding tho fato of,,ho ',snt " " "lerlnllw.
.Roberto Cejudo, to testify In whose I
trial General Obregon was summon.
,ed to the capital, furnished one of.
the tragic high lights of the Carrnn-!
za evacuation. un uenerni iirnui-
io i.nzaies. capiureu oy warranzn
government agents near Nuevo
edo on April 30, and thc aged rebel
i General Oaudenclo do la Llarc. Ce.,luurlcri, for oao ,lf ,lc ,.Arly (Iliy
.Judo as taken from the military Spanish grants extending from the.
prlson or Santiago Tlalteloco hero
thc night of May 6 when tho Car-
ranza adherents fled. Whether hoi
was taken on the Carranza trains the
next day and escaped, or whether
he was executed, together with tho
two others, remains a mystery. None Anthers who are chilled by the waters j
of them have been located although of tho Pacific may restore their clrcu
several other generals, arrested prior ntIon (lanCt) ItnVton which Is1
to the evacuation, have returned to
Cejudo was arrested, with his staff
and ISO followers, at Jalapa, V. C,
on March 28, after he bad surrend
ered, received amnesty, been given
the rank of general In the Mexican
'army and placed In command of a
j district near Jalapa, where previously
I he had led a revolt against the Car-
ran go eminent for six vars. He
was charged with surrendering mere
ly to secure arms and munitions
with which to aid Felix Diaz.
The Carranza government charged
that be bad offered to aid Obregon
but Obregon, in an Interview given
the Associated Tress, branded the
Cejudo charges as a scheme to bring
biro to Mexico City, Involve hlra n'burb of Meilcu City, after he had
charges of treason and block his cam
paign for the presidency.
The progress of Ygnaclo Ronlllas,
formerly Mexican ambassador to the
United States and Carranza's canill
date for tho presidency, from thccvacuatC(1 on M"r 7
Mexican embassy In Washington to a -
camp In the Jungles of Vera Cruz and
back to a prison In Mexico City was
marked by stirring episodes. He Is
reported hare to have figured In it
shooting affray which occurred on
March 28 near Tlalpam, a suburb of
Mexico City, which the papers sup
porting his candidacy Intimated was
an attempt to kidnap him.
Tho special train carrying him to
Guadalujara was stopped near tho
city by a missing rail. Hu reached
Guadalajara safely but tho Incident
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IT'S GRANDMOTHER'S RECIPE TO
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That beautiful, even shade or dark,
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Don't bother to preparo the mix.
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Everybody uses "Wyeth's" Sage
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that nobody can tell it has been ap:
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YAKIMA KIUTI GHOWK1W
KTAKT ito.x FACTORY
.PORTLAND, June 16. Innlcml of'
paying mill price for linir, fruit
growers of the Yakima valley will
hulld their own. Construction has
Ktnrtoil nml mnchlntry In nrrhlng
hero for n box factory In tho Kenton
Industrial district which will mnnu '
f(1(.tl(ro ,, , ,,, ,,,, R tlnr. ,
workn Uo ,,,, Por ,np ,mrpoM,
of ,,, ,,,, fBCtor. nm, mluc.
InK the cost of parking npplt''. the
grower have organized the lledv
Lumber company, of which the) are
the owner and manager.
COTTON AT rtt CENTS
LUllltOcK. Tex.. June 15 A bale
of long staple cotton grown on Irrl-,
gated land at the stnte experiment I
a tin-A illtl (at KT. tttlt A IkAIIHll
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rne superintendent oi wio mrm
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been Ul0 olIcM (1elllnK In Shasta i
I.ar-icount).t wn (lestroed recently by
flr.. ,. f-rnlcriv ,., rlnri, i.,,,..!.
,,.., ,, of ju.j.iing to Cotton-.
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ROCKAWAY. Ore . June 15. Surf
being constructed here. A mole
show Is also going In a-ross the
street from the church I
was the basis for numerous alarming
reports. Then came his flight from
Mexico City with Carranza, starting!
May 7 and ending In a dash from the
deleaguered trains on May H
His good fortune saved him from,
death when Carranza was slain In,
was brought here to be Imprisoned
until the provisional president de
cided his fate.
When Captain Kcllpe Sanchez Car
ranza was captured near Texc.co, a
been Injured while making a forced
landing In his big bombing plane, hu
shot himself. Captain Sanchez was
a nephew of President Carranza. Hu
attempted to reach Vera Cruz via
tho nlr route when Mexico City was
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