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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 17, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
THURHDAV, JUNE 17, II
Here Ate Some Big Selling
Venetian Moon Emerson $1,00
IhIc Of Golden Dreams Okeh $1.00
l.dse Of Washington Square Okeh $1.00
Somebody Emerson. ,. ..$1.00
Ho U Ho Pathe $1.00
Turco Pathe $1.00
Dreamy Amazon Pathe.. ..... .$1.00
Blues My Naughty Sweetie Gave
To Me Pathe .. .$1.00
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We likely have them
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Dance at Malin Hall
Music by 4-Piece Orchestra
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FIST III SPAIN
MADIUD, Muy 27. (II) Mull.) -HiniilurU
aru awakening to tho ne
cessity of ltniri)Vi'il h)genlr inuim
ur' to decrease tlu mortality of tliln
country. Ho oral of the lending
nowspnpors lmo Joined In n demand
Hint u ministry of health lie orgunlx
I to glv proper attention to sanl
tary conditions In factories unit
houses, to reduce nrcliMit to work
nrn anil to liuxi cluirKu of tlio one
Hon of rhuup house for the poor,
old iik" pensions, health Insiirnnro,
maternity allowances, pretention of
epldemlrs Mini h) genie instruction
for tint people.
One newspaper quotes Dr Juarnw
rnt liming asserted that smallpox,
dlphlherlii u n (I tuberculosis had In
creased enormously; Hint births Inid
decreased nntl tint ilcnth rate among
Infant grown to such an extent that
these deaths now comprUu 20 tier
cunt or tint national mortnllty. An
Inllnlteiiliunl number of houses boast
of n hath, lie snld, pnlillc liaths were
rntlrely lacking and tho hnimes of
thn poor were so badly coiiBtrucled
that the occupnnti did not have us
ninny conveniences an were afforded
by tlio prison.
Tho Instlttltn of Cltll Knglnenrs
tinrt tnken up tlio subject nnd Is ngl
tntlng for liygenlc mensures to re
duco the dentil rata.
Twenty thousand women are em,
ployed In tho fruit nnd ver.etnblo
parkin Industries In California
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MKXICO CITV, Muy 28, (Ily Moll).
A diary written by Aicfo llaronl, nn
Itnllau Journullst, gives a vivid pic
turn of thu flight of I'rosldont Car
riinza find Ills expedition of 10,000
p.irsons from Mexico City In thn vain
effort to rench Vera Crux In sufety.
It lends up to tho iiiomont wliun tho
word was passed In tho expedition to
"huvo yourselves who can," the trains
worn nbundonud, Carransa badu'Honor
llaronl good-bye and began tho
march Into tho' hills which ended In
Thn diary discloses tho fact that
Carransa evidently foresaw his end
for Honor llaronl quotes hlmns ssy
liiK when ho left the train to 'take
refuge In thn hills, "fou suw me
start my first Journey In 1913 and
you will sa my last in 1920." I'arts
of the diary ns published by Kl Uni
"I followed Don Venustlano when
he left Haltlllo In 1913 with 300 men
In his heroic more against lluerta.
Toduy I mn leaving tho capital with
til tn to be, probably, a witness of his
end I am writing, seated on a bag
of rice In the presidential supply car.
The disorganization which prevails In
thy station jurds Is terrible. No
body bus the power to orXnlzo' any
thing The expedition appenrs like
one to Africa (referring to tho en
ormous amount of haggago). I Just
saw In a tuge Hie lions of Ilarrugan
Hint used to n roll so the wonder of I tin
bourgeoisie In the I'asvo de la He
formu." At Aplzuro he recerded: "Word
has piused that the Inst three trains
hue Ikvii lost It nppenrs that good
lirk Is with Don Venustlano. The
word 'treason' Is on every lip. Tho
clllzi'iiM ure Juuiiiifd In the cars, like
surdities. Our march Is like thai of
n herd of savugits. The military
trains nrn filled with soldiers, who
huto brought their children,, dom
estic animals, doss, chickens and
parrots. Their women cnuso the
greatest disorder. In tho trains are
more thun 10.000 perrons and of
these mori) than 6,000 are wonren
nnd children who wall, cry, cook, rob
and impede progress. '
"In front of the presidential trnln
is u luxurious pnllman buffet car,
symbol of disorganization and im
morality. A number of 'girls' cle
gnntly dressed nnd a few elegant
JOUtl.h, iiiiuliielil mid unit! fiom the
windows. They appear like picnick
ers. "We leave San Morccs at night
with tho lights out for tho enemy
menaces tho rearguard and flanks.
The ill-will of the train men has been
notlcenblo since wo left Mexico City.
Air hose has dlippcarcd from soma
of tho trains nnd without brnkes they
threaten to crash into the ones pro
ceeding them. Water Is becoming
scarce, There has been no military
discipline since wo left tho capital.
The troops aro demoralized. Tho
leaders act independently. (Ueneral)
Murgulu runs everything.
"The first shots break the morning
stillness. On horseback, followed by
only ono aldo, Don Venustlano ad
vances at a trot. Tho first wounded
arrive. There are few medical sup
plies and tho 'girls' of the femlnlno
train offer iholr pottlcoats as band
ages. Nobody bad time to think of
medical dressings but the lions ot
Darragan wore qot forgotten.
"The president returns. Ho per
sonally lod forward the cavalry on
tho right flank when they began to
rotlro. Murgula has flanked the
onomy and defoated him. Undor a
mosquito bush a deputy Is roasting a
chunk of rod inoat with great skill.
I.uls Cabrera Is organizing a batal
lion ot civilians. 'All who have no
nrms stop forward!' It resembles u
scono from 'Tho Chocolato Soldier.'
A prlsonor Is questioned. Wo learn
that nil Vara Cruz Is in tho power of
thu robots. Cnmlldo Agullar, almost
alono, has fled to Zongollcn.
"Murgula arrives, nmldst cheers.
Tho victorious troops parade. I goo
an ordor of tho day capturod from
tlio onomy. In It Obregon orders that
tho trains bo stopped, but that tho
prcsldont, It ho wills, be allowed to
proceed to Vera Cruz, with full guar
autocs and an escort.
"Tho trains prococd slowly. Wo
arrlvo'at Illnconada. Ten kllomot
ors ot ttalns, wrapped in silence.
Thcro Is no wator. A living chain
passes It from hand to hand to re
plenish tho supply ot a dead locomo
tive. Don Venustlano watches. ' Not
a trace of tho terrible' battle which
must be raging tn his breast shows on
his face. This man Is made ot rock,
"Carransa has statesmanlike qui
lt 1m, but on f ree,t defect. Hi tee"
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not know men. Capable, he Is sur
rounded by Inrapables. Honest, ho
allows thlotes at his side.
"I am aroused by a terrific ndueal
Ing. Soldiers and civilians havo
sacked the Soledad ranch ot 54S
hogs. Soon tho cars resemble butch
er shops. I am told wo are to con
tlnuu our Journey on toot. Tho wa
ter problem continues unsolved. Or
ders have been given to burn tho
record ot the general staff.
"An nlrplano Is to fly over tho
enemy lines. It has gasoline tor one
hour. Santana (tho aviator) returns.
Ho tells me wo aro surrounded. The
convoy is lost. Violent tiring Is re
sumed. Tho president's barber bur
dened with arras and ammsnltlon,
explains boj our artillery should be
used. It would bo enormously ridic
ulous If It were not so terribly tragic.
Tho soldiers' women stoically con
tinue cooking. a
"Mlllan (General Augustln Mlllan,
governor ot the state ot Mexico)' Is
brought back, fatally shot through
the head. Other wounded arrive.
There are no doctors, no medicine.
"The final moment has como. The
president has ordered the trains
abandoned and the march to San An
dres begun on foot. I have bid Car
ransa good-bye. His smile was sad,
but bis voice firm as he seld: "You
saw rao start my first Journey in 1913
and you will see my last lu 1920."
"1 p. m. Carranza returns from
tho front at a gallop. The firing Is
Increasing. Tho first train Is burn
lug. Tho troops aro scattering. Now
a great silence.
"4:22 p. m. A cloud of enemies
arrives. I see my old friend General
Jacinto Trovino. He is placing sen
tinels around the treasuro train. At
lila feet, tn a cago, the lion cubs of
Rarragnn aro gnawing 'a bloody
ITALY MUST SAVE
SAYS PREMIER NITTI
HOME, May 26. (Dy Mall.) Hard
work nnd few amusements must be
tho portion ot patriotic Italians dur
ing tho next few years, In the opin
ion ot formor Premier Nlttl. The
taxos on theatres and concerts al
ready somewhat heavy, have been
considerably raised: while the pro-
fprietors ot hotels who give balls,
dances and other entertainments
nst par to the state from 119 to
Thoro aro to bo no more automo
bile rides on Sunday, ns cars m,ay
not bo usod between Saturday after
noons and Monday mornings. No
one may motor between 8 o'clock In
the evening and 8 o'clock In the
morning all the week, and cars of
mora than 35 borsopowor aro forbid
den to all.
As tho trolleys and trains which
go out on Sundays to Frascutl, Trlv
oli and other outing places are great
ly reduced In numbers, It will be nec
essary tor the average Roman to In
vent some other modo ot passing hi
As Frankle Daly hasn't been In
cluded In the bunch ot little fellows
Jimmy Wildo has met In America,
Daly figures ho should be given a
bou'wltd Wilde before the latter re
turns to England.
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