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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 7, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
TVESDAYi SKTTEMIlEn 7, 1M
I 'OK TIII1 INDIVIDUAL AND I Oil THK HTATK
A I'orsou with No Kducntlou hns'but Olio Chnncn In 150,000 to
Humtur DlittltiKnlnlwd Hiirvlco to tliu fulillo
With Common Kcliool Education 4 Chance
With 1 1 lit It Hchool I'diicatlon 87 Choncos
With College IMucntlon 800 Chnnco
Aiti: voir (jivinu vouu child iiih uiianlt?
TIIOHI3 HTATIJH AllH WKALTIUI'HT THAT IIAVH INVKtfTKD
MOST IN KDUCATION
Oregon Agricultural College
Through n "Mliurnl nml 1'rnctlrar 'education
prepare tho Youhk Mun nutl YouriK Woman
for Useful Citizenship and Successful Caroors In
"FIX" BALL GAME
Tho Training Include PHYSICAL KIIUCATION, MUHIO, KNOLIBH,
MOIWItN LANGUAOIJ. AltT nml tho Othur i:uiitlals of a
tUiimlurd Tuchnlcut L'uIIuku Co u run
I'AMi TI'IUI OI'I'NH HITTI'MIIKIl ISO, 1!mi. TUITION IH l'lllX.
roil INFORMATION WIUTB TO
TIIK IlKUIHTIIAII, Oregon Agricultural College, Corrnlll., Ore.
Chinese revolutionist who (--wore
lliiiriitiinliiK to nttuck thu Chlnusc
In Nicaragua another legation
guard Ih iiialntalncd, whllo thu ma
rliius aro atioard American warships
In Mexican walor prepared on iihort
nollco to protect American live anil
property should thulr Mfrvkv ho re
In Haiti, tho corp In represented
hy 1.71)0 altlcnr nml mm In Iwn
WA8IIINOTON, Hnpt 4 Kor t.,,,,,11 rnullnmiK rn. I. Iln- nt ll...
unci.. Hiiiu-M Aiorincii mo fighting l Klttl Provisional brigade. Tho bri
gade Ih cninmnndod liy Colonel J, II,
CHICAGO, Hnpl, 4, President
William Voock, of tho Chicago Na
tlotml Imnolmll touin, Issued n stnlo
mwit to ilny imylriK ho wan iidvlsod
lust Tuesday, prior to tho gamo with
Philadelphia, that It wan "fixed" for
I'lilladiilphla to win. Ho mndo public
copies of six liilegriun from Detroit,
Cleveland and Chicago prior to tho
emtio, all rnpordiii; that tho gmnn
wiih fixed, and that thousand of dol
lar worn helm: wagered on Phllndol
phlu. Alexander was offurod C00
honuit If ho won (ho gamp, hut I'lillu
dolphin won n to 0, llaselmll writ
urn luvvo been authorized to conduct
nn Investigation, Mr, Veeck saying ha
would drlvo any ponton foundjgullty
out of IiokoIjiiII, "oven If It shnttorcd',
tho Cub team,"
HARDING TO GUARD
novor at nn ond. Tho Great Wur
nnd thulr part In It li history, they
Htlll aro busy In tho fur corner of
tho world settling miiiiiII disturb
nuci'it, KtiurditiK government proper
ly and awnltltiK any avontuallty
In llHI nnd Han Domingo noarly
4,000 "Dovll lig," an tho dormant
camn to call tham aftor Ilclloau
Wood, aro maintaining order nnd
brlnitliiK recalcitrant bandit to Jus
Hen. It I not n "play" Job by any
moans nnd nt llmoa lately It has
tusumod tho proportion of real war.
Caaiilaty Hit nro not lacking and al
most cery week thorn comn to
llunsoll and tho two regiment by
Colonel I.. M. l.lttlo und II. O.
Ilitrkeliry. Of latn condlMoM In Haiti
havu ejulolod down to some oxlont
and nlthouKh nklrmtnhun with bun
(11(4 aro nt 1 11 a common occurrvneo
It I nld at hosdijunrtom that the
nutrlnca "tmvo tho altuatlon woll In
In Han DomlnKO nn cvon creator
forco of iioldlur-iiallora aro on duty.
Horo 2,200 innrlni-N, organized Into
throo regiments, form the Socond
I'rovlnlonal llrlgado, commanded by
HrlKndlor denoral Ixtgan Folnnd.
lu-iiiiiiunrlitrit Hern inr nitmea of, n, tho northern part of tbo (aland
"leathenu-cka" killed or uoundod In, tho Fourth regiment, under Colonol
claahes with bandits and revolution- .l0n Wllllanu, la taking thlnga cuay
rl- but In tho tiuth tho Fifteenth regl-
"In China the legation guard of mont la In tho field In auuill detach
27f mitrlnos at Poking la otor pro-, mi'iiU. chnalng bondlta and outlaw
parod for any emergency and for aland qulto often getting a -small of
tlmn recently It appeared that they gunpowder. Tho regiment la corn
would bn forced Into action ngalnat lumndod by Colonel J. C. Ilrcckln-
MAKION, Ohio, Sept. 4. Deter
mination to guard nKnlnat "clamor,
Inalncorlty and nhuao" In hi cam
paign for proaldency wn oxprcaacd
by Hcnntor Harding todny In n talk
to u marine band which tiercnadcd
hi realdenro during n visit horo on
recruiting duty. Tho notnlnoo Male
ho foil It hi duty to ho tolerant of
thotio who differ with him and not to
drug tbo itttt'iitlnn of peopto "Into
rldgo. donornl Foland and hi taft
huio houd(ilartcrM at Bun Domingo
City and tho Third regiment 1 Mo
tioned there In rcacrvo.
filnco tho killing of tho bandit
lender Charlomagno and a numbor of
hi follower, nnd tho surrender of
llenolat llortravlllo, another bandit
chieftain, Ban Domingo ha assumed
n quletor aspect, hcadquartors' of
ficials declare, and It I bollovod that
thorn wilt bo little moro actlvo fight
ing on tho Island. However, tho
greater part of tho brigade probably
wilt bo kept at 'Han Domingo for
oino tnnu) to guard against any out
Hear Admiral Snowdcn la military
governor of both Haiti and San Do
mingo and tho marlno force aro di
rectly undor his command.
No unusual occurrences hnve been
reported recently by Captain J. II.
Undorhlll, commanding tbo guard at
tho United States legation at Mana
gua, Nicaragua. Two companies aro
mulntolnod at this post.
t , $
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II. S. SHIPPING
LONDON. Aug. 13, (Hy Mall).
According to Lloyd's register ot ship
ping just issued, tho gross tonnage
bt tho United States shipping has In
creased slnco 1914 by more than 500
por cent. American tonnage now
stands nt 16,040,000 tons, which
places tho United States second only
to tho United Kingdom uhlch Is
credited with 18,330,000 tons.
Jnpan, which in 1914 took sixth
placo. Is now third, 'with 2,996,000
tons, closely followed hy France,
with 2,963,000 tons.
Including sailing ships, hut ex
cluding tonnago on tho Great Lukes,
tho United States now owns 24 per
cent ot tho worm's tonnage, us
against 4.7 per cent six years ago, tho
register states. "
Tito figures suown lor mo lonuur
ly belligerent countries Includo u
considerable amount of enomy ton
nago provisionally allocated to those
"countries. Germany, which in 191V
occupied, after tho United Kingdom,
tho first position with over 5,000,000
tons ot shipping, now only owns
Tho stoam tonnage owned by the
principal maritime countries In June,
1920, totalled 3,905,000, an increase
of 8,501,000 tons aa compared with
June 1914; but it la computed that
the world's net loan In shipping
through tho war, taking Into account
the suspension In normal shipbuild
ing activities, amounts to 3,516,000
There Is a reduction In sailing ton
nago slnco pro-war days of 614,000
tons, a much smaller decroase than
in any previous six year period and
doubtless accounted for, says the
register, ly tho shortage- ot other
tonnago hilui; given new life to the
construction of sailing vessols. The
United BUtei. the only country
which Ii.im Incroasod sailing tonnage
slnco 1014, now owns ovor 43 per
cent of tho world's salllag tonnage.
Probably few peoplo realize that
.there aro less than a million days In
tho whole Christian era. In fact, If
wo count back a million days froaj
1920, we come to a date well before
tho founding of Rome.
Illll'flli FORGET I
That within a few days
we will have on display
tho best Barrio Granite
Monuments, as well as
one of marble, and we
Invito you o compare
them with any others in
tho west. These monu
ments are unexcelled, and
Investigation will dem
onstrate the truth of this
Klamath Falls Marble A Granite Works
George D. Grizzle
This is good wood If bought early and dried. Do aot
delay yoor orders, as you must buy early If you wast
cheap woed: Fuel will be higher aext wlater tkaa last,
as feed, labor and freight are higher.
We are prepared to give you quick service and the best
ot wood. Our -trices are cheap on block wood also.
Order now and be prepared.
O. Peyton & Co.
"WOOD TO BURN"
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