The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, October 29, 1920, Page PAGE TEN, Image 10

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    THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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Candidate Has
Good Record
(Coatlaaed frem Page 1)
I 'attempt! to cat the. beat
lawyer la Oregon I coald for the
money that was allowed we to
try the Hyde-Benson caaea.
"With that end la view. I In
vited John O. ilaller to become
one ot my assistants. Ho had
no political pull with mo, to far
a I was concerned, and waa ae
lected simply for hla own qual-.
IflcatloBs, and when he came
Into (he office In fact, before
ho camn In he waa advised
that he waa selected particular
ly for hla fltneaa to try three
caaea, and he waa Inatructed to
puih theat with all the rim and
vigor posalblo."
Upon bis appointment aa assistant
attorney-general In the latter part
of May IMS. Mr. Bailey did "push"
the land traad cases, which had been
lying dorasaal for a long time, "with
all the vim aad vigor poailblo" and
la the Hydo-Bcasoa caaea succeed
ed In recovering for the school fund
approximately 14.000 acres ot land
valaed at aereral hand red thousands
of dollars, aad was, at the time lot
Mr. Browa's resignation as attorney
general, actively engaged la nego
tiations with tho Interior department
aad the selectors, for the recovery
of more thaa 10,000 acres ot lind.
In addition to the 14,000 already re-covcrcd-and
tbc-rpaymeat of approxl-
PORTRAITS
STINSON'S STUDIO
1311 Main St.
Good Portrait at
Reasonable Prices
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Weight
Accurate
quality superlatively fine, prices
consistent with quality and service
that is what' you can expect at our
meat market. You cannot be disap
pointed here, for we will not sell
you a poor piece of meat.
People's
mately 140,000 to tho stato of Ore
gon. Aa attorney-gcnoralr aln Hal
ley will be In a better position than
anyone else In the state to carry this
matter through.
The Pacific livestock case, alio
handled by Mr. Bailey, resulted In
the state recovering $1:5.000, nud
tho opening up of approximately 10.
000 acres of land In Harney valley
to settlement and cultivation. The
terms of the agreement between the
state land board and tho Pacific
livestock company provided that the
laada should be sold at price to be
agreed by the company and the'
board. At the time ot Mr. llrown's
resignation thla had not yet been
accomplished, and as Mr. Ualley has
had this matter In charge and Is fa
miliar with tho lands, his service In
fixing tho value ot the lands will
be Invaluable to the state. '
Tho work assigned to Mr. Bailey
as assistant attorney-general has b)i
oo means been limited to the landj
fraud salts, lie has, during the Isst
five years, conducted or participated
In most of the Important litigations
handled by the etlorney-generaVa of
fice, a few or the more Important
caaea being those involving the con
stitutionality of the workmen's com
pensation act and (he ten hour fac
tory act, and a number of matters
before the interstate commerce com
mission. During the time which be
has been assistant attorney-general,
Mr. Bailey has probably handled j
more caws In tho supreme court than
any other attorney In the state, with
tho exception of Attorney-General
Brown, and has the record of win
ning all but one case argued In tho
supremo court.
During the 1919 session of the leg
islature, Mr. nalley, due to the
illness of Mr. Brown, had charge
ot the attorney-general's office and
In addition to the drafting and pass
ing upon proposed legislation by
the memfcera of tho legislature, Mr.
Bailey prepared and had enacted
Into law much Important legislation,
Including chapter 145, laws of 1919,
which baa made It possible for the
state land board to better protect the
lands which the state owns, and to
establish title to swamp lands and
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tho beds ot navigable
lake nnil T
stream.
Mr. Bailor's namo will hare to bo
written In aa Mr B.rown's resigna
tion occurred too Isto to have tho
printed names of the candidates ap
pear on tho ballot.
LAltORKn LfMKH WATCH,
roilMI IIV ItH.U'K t'lllKI'
Thomas Stann, a laborer who lias
been employed at tho Pelican log
ging camp, reported to Chief ot
Police Wilson yesterday that some
one bad stolen his (watch. Chief Wll
son found tho watch a few mlntitci
later at a I oca J Jcwelory store where
the man who had stolen the watch
had loft It for repair Sunn Identi
fied the watch and It was returned
to him after he had paid X2 repair
charge. Tho man who left tho
watch at the store had given the
name of Miller.
HII.I.IH HMDKi AND
LKCTVIIK, Nov. 4TII
The llllIlE "Better American" Il
lustrated lectures that were to have
been shown at the Presbyterian
church under tho auspices of the
American legion a few weeks ago,
will be shown next Thursday even
ing. Nov. 4th, Thero has been a mix
up in the shipment of these slides
and that has accounted for tho de
lay. KIIIH DKHTHOYH HAY AND
IIARX ON IIKKBir It AM II
The barn, granary and two large
stacka of hay on tho ranch of Mrs.
M. J. Ileebe, about 15 miles south
ot Klamath Falls, were destroyed by
firs Wednesday night.
The property was covered with In
surance with the DeLap A Hayden
agency.
SMALL BUT A
SURE WINNER
He's only live (vet tall but "he's
all wool and a yard wide." Hi
name is Louis L. Collins and be
was nominated at the Juno pri
maries as the Republican candidate
for lieutenant governor of Min
nesota. Hs Is known all ovsr the
Gopher Slats as -The Lltt'i Cor
poral,' a title earned from months
of service In Francs with the
French Foreign Legion and lsUr
with thu 161st Field ArtllWry of
Minnesota In all the major ttijrage
ments la which that orgsnlxatlon
took part .,
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It. K. RRADBURY
Deasocratlc Candidate for Itepnv
aeataUve 21st DUtrlrt.
Stands for Good Roads; Belter
Rural Schools; nutter Korest Pro
tection; Conservation and priority
use of Water to extension of Agrl
ulture and Stock Raising; and tho
re-aportlonment or representation
in 21st District.
Advertisement.
In 1800 ThomaM Jefferson and
Aaron Burr each rocelvcd 173 elec
toral votes for tho prosldoncy. Tho
choice then devolved upon the homo
of representatives, whoro Jefferson
reeclved the rotes of ton states, Burr,
four, and two voted blanks.
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FURNACES
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THE WESTERN
A IHIHT-PltOOP FVIWACH
In both piped and plpeless. It has
an oblong firs box. Best for burn
ing wood. Let us show you other
good points about It.
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FRANK SEXTON
Independent Candi
date for
COUNTY CLERK
Respectfully solicits
the support of Kla
math county voters
at the coming elec
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SOOTHING QUinUDE FOR
ITS PATENTS
U oas ot any hospital's biggest assets
and the location of this hospital
makes It especially desirable tress
that viewpoint. Only abundantly
capable graduated nurses are Ss
ployed, and thla fsct. added to Mr
unequalled staff of physicians aad
excellent hospltsl equipment laasrse
our patients unsurpassed servlos.
STAFF
DR. B. D. JOHNSON
DR. O. II. MBRRYMAN
DR. T. O. CAMPBELL
DR. GEOROB I. WRIOHT
DR. B. D. LAMB
DR. II. D. LLOYD STEWART
Klamath General
Hospital
Klamath Dye Works
Phone 40t
OUR CLEANING, PKaWSINO AND
ItKPAIIUNO WILL MAKE YOUR
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LOOK LIKE NEW
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Goods Called for and Delivered
Ml Mala Street KlaawUi Valla
KUmath-lSend Auto Stage
A dally auto stag service U aow
oDeratlna between Klamath Falls
and Band. Oraces Rax oafs and MsU
ropoiltan Oarage, u. i. nseaaro.
Phone I7-W. STtf
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litmu havln hadsaa. DlsSSO TO-
turn, them to tha ohautar on or be-
fors Tuesday, October, Mth.
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