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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 9, 1920)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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ASTOIUA, Ore Nor. 9. At an
immediate result of tbo steamers
making Astoria a port of ('nil, local
Bills linvo been cnablcil to compete
successfully In tlio box trado ot tbo
Hawaiian Inlands. Tbo Astoria lint
ST. ItKI.HMS. Orn .Vnv !l -Tlirn.
FIRE-PROOFING WORKING CLOTHES
FOR TJIIO WORKWOMAN
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lumber mills In this section owned .
by tlio Charles It. McCormlck Inter-,
rots linvo Just completed consolldn-l
(Ion under tlio nnmu of (be St. Hoi-1
ens Lumber company. Tlio aggregate
rapacity ot tbo tbroo Is 315 000 feet
Company ot tbo present tlmo In till
ing nn order for 300,000 boxes
for, per eight hour shift All nro running
nt full rapacity nt the present tlmo.
P PERFORMANCE: COUNTsfi
In Final Analysis
You Will Buy a
We encourage you, when contem
plating the purchase of a motor truck,
to investigate all makes of trucks with a
view to determine the one that best will
serve your requirements.
We are confident that if you make a
thorough investigation along the lines
of per ton mile operation costs, main
tenance cost, longevity and all other
points of vital importance, you will be
convinced that a MACK is the "best
truck for you.
Have you noticed how rapidly the
number of MACK trucks you see in
service is increasing? There can be but
one reason for this gain in MACK truck
popularity. It is that these owners have
learned already the same thing that you
should know the MACK is as good a
piece of motor truck equipment as can
be built, and thousands of owners
throughout the country declare it is the
J. H. Garrett & Son
says the Good Judge
A man can get a heap more
satisfaction from a small chew
of this class of tobacco, than
he ever could get from a big
chew of the old kind.
He finds it costs less, too. The
good tobacco taste lasts so
much longer he doesn't need
to have a fresh chew nearly
Any man who uses the Real
Tobacco Chew will tell you
Put up in two styles
W-B CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco
RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco
LastCall for the Cheapest Wood
Phone your order in at once if you want
in on the most economical wood that money
GREEN SLAB, $4.00
Bad weather will soon stop deliveries on
this wood and the dry slab will cost you
twice as much on account of rehandling.
We have block wood, coal, fuel oil in any
O. Peyton & Co.
"WOOD TO BURN"
419 Main St. Phone 535
NKW VOltK. Nov 9 -Continued
persecution of Jew, with bloudshed
ntul cruelty, In I'oliiml nml Hungary
I Is reported by Morris Itothoitborg.
chairman ot the oxocutlvo cunt ml t-1
i teo of the provisional American Jew
! lah congress, who 'returned horn ro-
cently from tbo Jewish World rollof
j conference In I'nrUbad. Mr. Hotheti-
berg declared Hint attacks on Jows
! In Poland havo ceaied nt no tlmo
since tbo armistice. Ho sns tbnt
whllo untl-Somotlc excesses In Po
Inml woro mitigated ,by tlio protest
meeting bold In America, "nmuilts
upon portions and property In n
mnllor dogreo continued throiiRbout
"Oradunlly those assaults assum
od larger proportions." said Mr.
Hothonborg. "until within tbo last
few montbs'Jcws hnvo found It un
safe to walk In tbo street. Condi
tions canto to such a state ihnt the
Jewish doputles In tbo Polish purtla
inont appealed to tbo Minister ot War
unu sinister rrcsiucnt who, wno
promised that they would take ntcps
to stop theso outiagcs but nothing
Mr, Rothenbcrg said that during
tbo advance of tbo soviet armies on
Warsaw tbo Jows readily enlisted In
tbo Polish armies, but that they woro
attacked and persecuted by the Poles
and wcro given tbo "most filthy nnd
mental work to perform." Tho Jows
complained to tho military author!-
iius uui tut twun.uuuii ni qui mi
tlgatcd, he charged.
"Immediately after Iho first vic
tories all Jowlsh soldiers wero driv
en from tho various fronts," Mr.
Ilolhenborg asserted, "their ammuni
tion was taken away, their uniformsJ
PKKINO. Oct 12 (My Mall)
Tbo Japanese botrny nil iitiililtlon to
motiupollto tlio oiiuratlon ot tbo Chl-
ne.io Kastorn rallw-uy. In an Atiturl
can, a Kit licluiuin and nn Kuglluli
mitti winch wan sent by the Clilnow
government to Manchuria and Kant
em Siberia tliU Rummer 1o liuiulro
Into political conditions thon par
ticularly as they affected tbo rail
way. The romiiiltwlon wis enmposod of
Ir. J. I'. Kerguson, American mll
sor to tlio president, ot Ohlnn; M. Pa-'
doux, Kronen tluuuclnl ndvlsor to tbo
ClilncHO Kovcrnmonti nnd I!. lonux-'
Simpson, llrlllsh wboio oftlclal tltlo
Is statistician to tho president. I
They left Poking Juno 10 nnd In
spected Iho whute lino ot tho CM
ncso eastern nnU later continued I
their Investigations In Vladivostok. '
In n report. to tho Chinese, govern-'
incut tho commission states: !
Tho Japanoso toward Iho Chlnoiw
Kantem railway today Is correct In
outward appearances; nevertheless'
beneath tho surfaio nro to bo soon
numerous Indications ot their deep
desire to dominate. If not to control
"They overlook no opportunity to
Interfere with tho working of tho
line; they constantly watch tho
movement of traffic, nnd they have I
mado ort-ry possible attempt to In
stall themselves In n commanding
position bath along tho railway nnd '
In building belonging to tho com-'
puny. Ijint year they mndo n dellber-f
ate attempt to nolle tho section soutu
or naroin n nnngcnun-iiaroini oy
moving up to Harbin nil material
nifrmiiirv fit nmvnrt Ihn linn fmiti
Itu.tlnn liriinil-tfniitr.. tri irtnifittiril '
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J Klre-proof clothes for
men nnd of a typo that can bo iron
?:lly used everywhere promlio to
eppcar on the market soon. At the
working Iter fat caiino and othrt constltu-
requeit of ono of Uto lari-est nunu
Incturers of work clolhes In the
country l-Ytn A. Howard, tho noted
ciienitst of South Knston. Mass-
has produced a formula for fire,
proortnu tcxtljcs whf.h will not rot
fabric, change tlio color of thi
1-oo.ls, nor has It sny odor. Mr.
Hownrd has brought his now ills
covcry to the point where cloth
which has been Imi.ersed In the
solution absolutely resist lu-nltlon.
A years test has rroved tlint i'.t
folutlon unlike most of those now
ust-l will not rot tho fabric. Mr
Howard has developed n process
whereby milk Is treated, the but-
ents belliL' taken cut whllo nil ntlirr
food values that can bo assimilated
by typhoid fever and other patients
of low vltnllly or poor digestive
ability nro left In. The fnrmuln
was developed for patients of the
Into Dr. Helr Smith, Professor of
Materia Med lea of llntton Univer
sity, and Mr, Howard proposes t
donate It to the medical profession
He hns achieved marvels In develop
Inc fo nmlae for manufacturers of
IkmiIs, shoes, luather belting ni..
prlovrs. His latest Invention, korlu .
hti lcn proved to Inuhle the lit.
of leather under ictua' wrnrhi
tests. 'Die chemlrnl Is said to
tiermnnentlv nfTect the fibers nf th
leathe and to render the leathe
Impervious to water although !)
rcmovod nnd they woro put underi gauge (South Mnnchurlan system)
guard as though they wcro offend
en. Tbo Polish soldiers began to
regard tho Jowlsh soldiers as crim
inals. Iery tlmo tho Poles took a
city thqy killed Jows who camn their
way, and numbers ot old Jows woro
shot without trial. Tho officers In
charge afterward said that they kill
ed bolsheviks. This was a lie. In or
der to cover theso outrages tho min
ister of war Issued an announcement
and frequently plundering -tciiinurs nro said to niimlwr fiooo to 7000 In
and Junks. jihls district alone."
"Tito territorial officials maintain.",
tho report continues, that mint Jap- Wll.l. (illllW 1 1 1 : 1 1 1 1 t X
ntteso evacuation Is carried out
hl" IIANDON. Ore. Nov. 9. -Plans
nn effort which was sucscnifully re
sisted by tho agents of the alllod
powors. Slnco then they hnvo at
tempted to cover this f alio re by of
fering to loaso fromo tho Clilniwe
nastflrn fnr n tnrm nf vniirit nil thn
freight space on tho Changchun-Har-, d8n,!t'r wl tllnappear They point, hnvo been put under way for colon-
bin section and thus to establish an, to thn great number of MelJI rifles j Ixntlon of local raw lauds for tho
effective Japaneso monopoly, nn of- captured nnd thn arming of the binds purpose, of establishing thn locanher
Jort which also has coma to naught ", with Jnpsne.in machine-guns ns proof ry Industry hero It Is believed that
tlnitnr thn htn1 nt prllleUma nf that fornlrn nntlntis hnVn nuliliul St least 1000 ncrri Mill lin ilnnalml
that a largo number of armed Jewish 'Chinese policing, the commission ro- brigandago In order to break down i for this purpose,
oolshovtkj woro found in many clt
les. This Information was fed only
to tbo Pole and was not mentioned
In the dlspatchos for the outside
world because It was apparent that
theso statements coulU not bo sub
Mr. Itotheaberg charges that the
Minister of War and Minister Presi
dent Wit oa refused to see Jewish del
egations who called upon them to
complain about aatl-Semotle outrag
es. "The spirit of the Jewa In Po
land Is being utterly crushed by
these tdnibto events and tboy feel
that they .cannot much longer bear
up unless these terrible execssca are
stopped," he added.
According to Mr. Ilotuenberg, 300
Jewa have been murdered In Hun
gary from December, 1919, to June,
1920, and be charges that tho offi
cers and soldiers of the White army
are the chief fomenters of antl-S-mltlsm.
Ho said that tho "young
nationalists" declared that they were
wllljug to stop the pogroms provided
laws were enacted that would des
troy tho Jews economically.
"This Is now being dono," said Mr.
Itothenberg. "l.aws have been pass
ed punishing profiteering by (log
ging. Hut tbo producersaro not af
fected by this law, It Is only tho
mlddlomen, which means the Jews.
Th ono who arc found guilty aro flog
ged and put In concentration camps
and exiled "
Ousting of Jewish clvll-sorvlce em-,
ployen In Hungary Is also roportcd I
by Mr. Hotbenberg. "Lawu aro nlsoj
being passed specifically directed
against tho Jews without mentioning
them," ho said, "as for Instance II-'
censes of all persons engaged In com-1
merclal or Industrial pursuits aro ro-l
...bn,l m.I nnnllAflllAn . . I .-I
""H4 UIKJ Ufl'lllUliUU lUUtl UUIIIUUU,
I for now licenses which may bo Issued
jut tho discretion of tho department
I In charge. Suph licenses aro not be
j Ing grantod to Jows, thus utterly pro
venting them from pursuing their
former occupations. A law was pass
ed that only those bolonglng to mill
tary formations could bo udmlttnd to
universities. -As Jowh are not allowed
to belong to these formations. Jow
lsh students are iinablo to get Into
tho universities. Many of them havo
been compelled to go to neighboring
countries In order to pursue tbetr
studios and are experiencing terrible
want and suffering."
plrtcd that "country districts, par- Cblneso control At tho station ot
tlcularly thn Sungarl valley and thei Imfanpo, 100 miles east of llabln n
sections of the railway In the moun- car full of hand grenades was soiled
talnous districts of eastern Klrln, are by thn Chinese garrison a few days
full ot bands of hunghutto (Chinese prior to thn commission's visit, evl
bifndlts) preying upon tbo country dently consigned to brigands, who
1 haven 1 go much roonij but
have always got room for ono morn
article, nspoclally If It Is a used
one. Thn Kurntshnr of Happy
There will be a regular meeting of
Aloah Chapter O. B. 8. No. 81 Tues
day, Nov. Dth at 7:30 p. m. Visitors
welcome. Post matrons and patrons
guests ot honor.
EKFIB S, CHABTAIN,
The Furnisher of Happy Homes. Stf
sure does need filling up and my now
for so long. stf
A suro cure for rheumatism In
tho now Hot Springs Iluth House. 8tf
Now that I havo my home furnish
ed I can turn mv attontlon In vnum.
I Tho Furnisher of Happy Homes. 8tf
$7,500.00 Cash Investment
In this New 36-roonv APARTMENT HOUSE will
yield you .4173 per cent on your money and a 3-room
apartment to live in besides.
4 front apartments at $40 per month, $160. ..$1,920.00
6 side apartments at $35 per month, $210.... $2,520.00
1 apartment at $30 per month $ 30....$ 360.00
One apartment for owner.
Taxes, about $ 400.00 .
Insurance $ 150.00
8 per cent interest on $12,500.. $1,000.00
Water .... $ 120.00
Less expense $1,670.00
Net profit $3,130.00
NOTE This building is just being completed, and
is the best and most complete little apartment house in fc
Klamath Falls, the rooms are all decorated, each
apartment has its own private woodshed, its own sep
arate electric light" meter, built-in cupboard, clothes
closet; every room outside and complete, even to the
fire escape signs and ropes. (Have applications for
J. T. Ward & Co.
834 Main St.