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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 21, 1920)
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TVMDAV, BRPTKimKR SI, IBM
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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T OREGON BREVITIES.
ALBANY, Oro., Sopt. 21. Uobort
Draco of Waterloo, onn of tho young
moti charged with an attack on tr.
IT. J. Sclicnk, mnyor of Sweet Home,
and M. Story, councllftian of Hwcct
Home, who was acting as 'marshal
of the town, In which both men wcro
Injured br bolng struck with rocks,
the latter seriously, hns been releas
ed from the county jail hero under
PORTLAND, Sept. 21. Tlio last
chapter In tho history of a I'ortland
invention which represents a forward
tep In tho development of tho mo
ehnnlcnl end of newsnitner nrlntinc
was written In tho sale of tho patent I
rights of a new typo of "press blnn- I
kot" Invented and perfected by two
Portland men, A. V. Cochran, build
ins; superintendent, and V. M.
Youngs, pressroom superintendent
of tho Oregonlan Publishing com
pany. Tho sale price of the" patent
rights was 1100,000, according to a
telegram received by Mr. Cochran.'
mission appointed by (iovornor Olcott
t0..ltivrstlfiilo complaints Indeed
against tho Crnler Inke hotel by
Stephen T. Mather, director of nn
tlonal parks, has been called to meet
In lliu executive chninbers in tTnlom,
Friday, September 24, nt 10:30
o'clock In tho morning.
SALKM,- Ore. Sept. 21. Sara A.
Kotcr, secretary of state, has pre
pared a letter Informing alt penco of
ficers In tho stato that his ottlco has
complied with all roquests for li
censes under tho so-called motor-vo-hlclo
operators' license act. Tho let
ter will bear date of next Monday.
Upon receipt of this letter It Is ex
pected that tho officers will begin
enforcement of he law.
ORKQON CITY. Sept. 21. Oullty
as charged In tlio Indlctmvnt" was
tho verdict of tho Jury who heard
tho case of Russet Drake, charged
with murder In tho second degrco
for killing Harry Dublusky, a Port
land taxi driver.
A FREE PEOPLE
(Continued From Yesterday)
MKDKOHD, Sept. 21. The salo of
the well known old producing gold
mine, the Highland, In Siskiyou coun-
BEND, Ore., Sept. 21. County ln
ttlatlvn tiMltlnn neVInc- thnf i mii,
uro having a, Its object the deslgna-! ,y', f'a- ,ut trom U.nft, M"'8'
. tlon of Bend as tbo permanent coun- nml, 'hlch has ,bee,n ownc frt1he
ty seat of Deschutes county bo Placed ',,f',f CB bjr ('c0,r J' Collm
-i.cn. tho ballot at tho fall elections will nna r' J hmmons of M"'. and
LCrTa.J In .I,...!,,!.... .l.,. Amos S'lnctnger and Harmon Matter
J t r, it n. ,j . . .J lot Ashland, was mado for 130,000
D. G. McPhorson, president of thol. . . , , , ., r.
t , , , , . . . 'to a syndlcato headed by P. C. Drcs-
Bend commercial club announced to-, ., . ' ., , ... ,, ,
. , ,,., . , 'sell of Portland. A substantial pay-
day. Similar petitions are being pre
pared by the Redmond chamber of
commerce, asking that Redmond bo
declared tho teat ot county government.
ment was mado by tho syndlcato.
PORTLAND, Sept. 21. Charles
Culllnan, charged with stealing 100
calf hides from the warehouso ot II.
F. Norton & Co., was acquitted after
a Jury had 'weighed the evidence for
5H hours. The verdict was returned
at 10:30 P. M.
OREGON NORMAL, SCHOOL.
Monmouth, Sept. 21. The outlook In
the way of a large attendance for
the tall term of the Oregon Normal
athool 1 very promising.
PORTLAND, Sopt. 21. That tho
land In Southeastern Oregon adjoin
ing Harney iake, which It Is propos
ed to ccdo to tho government under
tho "Roosevelt bird rcfuga measure,"
to bb voted on this fall as Initiative
316-317, Is unfit for agricultural
purposes and would become a vast
alkali desert if drained for reclama
tion,. Is the declaration ot William
L. Finley ot the National Association
of Audubon societies, who has been
one of the leaders of tbe movement
to conserve this great breeding
grounds tor water tout.
Seven and a half cents a lb. paid
SALEM, Ore., Sept 21. The com-1 for clean rags at the Howie Oarage.
COMPUTE cltfiMnrsi Is your he assurance against
tooth troubles, There U do dentifrice so well devised
to give supreanc cleanliness as Klcnjo.
The creamy, quickly aowbk lather whiteas the teeth,
the guana, and Mags to tbe mouth that Cool,
treating, to today and net n tube.
STAR DRUG CO.
A Carload of
REO TOURING CARS
"It is tor that same 'guaranty ot
nationality' that I stand today and
shall continue to stand Inflexibly, so
long as Iahall bo permitted to live.
Tho independence of our .great repub
lic Is to mo a priceless and sacred In
heritance. Tlmo was whan an Amcrl.
ran did not hcaltato to proclaim hlm
self n patriot. To do so now, 1 am
woll aware, is nomctlmcs to Invito the
snecra of cynicism. Rut why should
any true American not bo free to say
'I am a patriot, wholly devoted to my
country, which 1 hold to bo (lod'a brut
Inspiration to man for hlrjher attain
ment and tho promotion of tho world's
best clvlllcitlcnr ,
"Rut I havo a special reason for
making this reference today. I chal
lenge tho statement that tho patriotism
whlqh holds America first comprchondn
either rnrroflrnew or rolfishnesa, or as
lipnlylns tacit 'Suspicion and Jc:
pf o5er people.
o aNJft, a somo hnvo assorted,
heedlessly, yiat thoso of us who hon
estly bet:ove"That Amorlcn can best
servo ail mankind an America, fore
and untramniolcd, rather than as one
or a pltlnblo minority among many
states In merged world government,
lack of consciousness of tho rightful
demands of humanity, Is to utter a
groM and unpardonable libel. To at
tribute meanness to thoso of us who.
In the performance of our public duty,
refused to participate In what we sin
cerely regarded aa a betrayal of our
own eonntry In the Interest of others,
ia to discredit the Intelligence and dis
crimination of the great raaas of
American people who directly, by their
votes, put ua in our positions of trust.
For myself, IfVleld to no man In wit
llngncaa, aye, In eagerness, to render
tho greatest conceivable assistance to
the stricken people of Europe. I In
clude all of them and speak with a
genuinely sympathetic heart, whether
It la to mention devastated Prance, or
sorely tried Italy, or nobly struggling
Pound, or distracted and misguided
Resale, or gallant little Belgium, or
pitiably deceived Austria, or the ruth
leas invader, Germany, which came, to
tbe supreme tragedy through a leader
ship which brought disaster to bar mis
"It was with that feeling of sym
pathy and desire to serve, that most
reluctantly and with grave misgivings,
aa I announced at the time, I with
reservations designed to preserve our
essential liberty of action. The rocord
la made and under tbe same condi
tions, confronted by the same alterna
tive, I should vote now as I voted then.
"Out tha conditions have changed.
Experience has brought enlightenment.
.o alio uow that Uie League wu
stituted at Versailles Is uttsrly impo
tent as a preventative of wars. It is
so obviously Impotent that It has not
even been tried. The original League,
mistakenly conceived and unreason
ably insisted upon, has undoubtedly
passed beyond the possibility of restor
ation. The maturer Judgment of tho
world will be that It deserved to pass
for tbe very simple reason that, con
trary to all of tbe tendencies develooed
by the civilizing processes ot the world.
it rested upon the powar of might, not
"The assertion la made frequently
that through the surrender of our na
tionality we might have saved tbe life
of tbe covenant that Is to say, that,
although twenty-eight nations could
not make It function, one added to the
twenty-eight would have achieved a
glowing success, provided always that
the one were America.
This pays to America tbe tribute of
exceptional Influence, but I suggest that
It the world is dependent upon our
action to bring about the supreme
realization, then wo ought to havo the
say about our own freedom In partici
pation therein. But let us consider
what Is meant by this reliance upon
America. What can it signify If notl
that It Is to tbo United States, and to,
me United States alone, that tho othor
"WIIHV YOU COMi: TO Till!
-- HNI1 OP-A l'KIU''KtT-AV,4
A sawmill mini tint) morn got up
And found thu sun vnit bright,
Ills hronkrnst mod, ouch pinto' and
And ov'rythlng wiih right.
Ho hoard tho morning whltttlo blow
Ami lienfd Ilfii srTwiT lieglif
Their singing In thu vnlo below,
Tho day to usher In.
And thon ho wandered to tho mill
Found ov'ry man In plnco
And each one working with a will
And with a smiling fnco,
Tho loga caino up without n hitch
To saws tin sharp ns swords;
Kncli cut produced n perfect flitch,
Knch flitch tho best ot boards.
And not n pulley slipped n bull.
And Hfo wns Just n song;
Tlio logs t" lumbar seemed to molt
Anil not a, thing went wrong.
Tlio morning mail somo orders liro't
And cancellations nc no;
In all tlio' totters them wns not
A kick from nnyono.
CUSS IF IIS
your Hark liurta or Bladder
bothers 71m, ilrlnk lota
When your kldneta hurt nnd vour
buck fools sore, don't get senrod nnd
proceed to lond your stomnch with
n lot ot drugs that oxelto tho kid
noyii nnd Irrltntu the ontlm urinary
tract. Keep your kldnoys cttmn Ilka
you keep your bowels clean, by flush
ing them with a, mild, hnrmlens salts
which removes tho body's urinous
wnstn anil stlmutnles thorn to tholr
mirmnl activity. Tho function or tlio
kldnoya Is to Miter tho blood, in 24
hours they strain from It GOO grittnn
of ncld and tvnsite. so wo can readily
understand tho vital Importnuco of
keeping tho kidneys nctlvo.
Drink lots of wntor you can't
drink too much; nlso gat trom imy
-liliHtmnoInt -iilnm t-four oimecs-of Jnd
rinlls; tnhu u tnlilospiioiiful In n itlnsn
ot wittur liKfuru breakfast unch morn
I111: fur 11 tow days and your kliluoya
Will net nun. This ruinous milts Is
mnilu from tlio ncld nt grnimn nnd
lemon Julio, rob 1 11 ml with lltliln, nml
hits boon uwd fur generations t
clean nnd Htlmulnto cIokkkiI kidneys;
nlso tn timitrnlUn (ho nrlds In urlnu
mi It tin longer Is 11 souroo of Irrita
tion, thus ending bladder weakness.
Jud Halts Is Inoxpounlvo; rnutiot
Injuries; innkes n tltilKhtfill elfcrves
cent lltliln-wulnr drink which urury
ono should tnko now and then to
keep tholr klduuya clonn nnd nrtlve.
Try this, also keep up tlm water
drinking, and no doubt you will won
der what becamu of your kidney
trouble nnd bnckucho.
Tho percentage or women engaged
In ciirnlng 11 livelihood In tlio Philip
pines Is inoro Hum twlco Unit In tho
A classified Ad will sell It.
All day tho mill, from early dawn
Till night begun to full,
Kept working on and snwlug on
Without 11 break nt nil.
At Inst thu mltlninn hnmoward sped
Without n woo or enro
And, kneeling by his llttln bed,
Ho prayed this llttlo prayer:
"O Lord, I know that somothne I
Will hnvo to perish, too
I know that sometlmo I shall dlo,
For peoplo often do.
Today wo nuvor spoiled n board
And ov'rythlng went right
It It la all tho sumo, O Lord,
I'd llkn to dlo tonight."
Tho first women's Inbor union In
China has been organized by tho na
tive women employed in tho hosiery
factories in Shanghai.
TIioho cool September dnys urn 11 warning (( the rnrofilt
buyer that winter Is coming nm that tho llmu Is uow rlpo
for IIUYINO WOOD.
WINTIIK IS II.1
Plaro your orders with us now lor (Ireeu Hlnb nnd Block
Wood while tho summer prices aro on, for Imd rotids aro
sure to bring advances In price BUY NOW.
O. Peyton & Co.
"WOOD TO HUHN"
SyeHlBISaMOMjiJljvl 19 IvIhHPW
One Week Sale
During this sale which ends Saturday night, September 25th, we offer
Toilet Paper at money saving pricet and urge you to buy' in quantities. By so
j doing you supply future demands now and save on each and every purchase.
Waldorf Toilet Paper, regular price, 15c; Sale Price 2 for 25c
Arab Tissue Toilet Paper, regular price, 15c; Sale Price 2 for 25c
Old Mill Toilet Papw, regular price, 10c; Sale Price 3 for 25c
Hawaiian Toilet Paper, regular price, 10c ; Sale Price 3 for 25c
Skyline Toilet Paper, regular price, 2 for 15c; Sale Price 4 for 25c
Cascade Toilet Paper, regular price, 4 forSc; Sale Price 5 for 25c
All th'ese brands are large sized rolls. We bought in quantities and there
fore can quote you the above prices for this week only.
Klamath Variety ShoP
5-10-15 and 25c STORE
and tho men to sustain the entire or
ganization, not as an agency of peace.
but as an armed force?
twenty-eight nations look for the tono&&&4b&4b&&fo&4&
and sinew, the money, the munitions L T
REO SPEED WAGONS
Ready For Immediate Delivery
Acme Motor Co.
. 4U So. 6th St
(To lie Continued)
In addition to tho United fltatos
tbe countries In which women now
have votea on tbo same terms as men
are Austria, British East Africa, Can
ada, Czecho-Slovakla, Denmark, tho
Crimea, Ksthonts, Holland. Germany,
Iceland, Lettonla, Lithuania, Luxem
burg, Poland, Rhodesia, Sweden and
To save the life of a neighbor's
little daughter who was standing di
rectly In ber path, Miss Motile Kooch,
of. Big Springs, Idaho, drove ber au
tomobile 'over tbe side of a bridge
panning Snake river, at the immi
nent peril of ber own life. Tbe car
was completely wrecked, but the
heroic young woman fortunately es
caped without serious Injury,
Seven and a bait cents a lb. paid
for clean rags at tbe Howie Oarage.
It Does Make a Difference
You get jnore for the Dollar you spend here than you can possibly hope to
get elsewhere. From our different lines, although very incomplete, you can
get a better article than you can elsewhere for the same money; .or you can get
the same thing here for less money. We call special attention to Men's Under
wear. Natural Wool Union Suits, $3.75, $3.95 and $5.50, guaranteed by Man
ufacturer. All Wool, $7.50 and $8.50.
We want to supply you with Winter underwear. We buy for less; we sell
Breier & Petersen
JOHN VALE; Manager