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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 28, 1921)
SATURDAY, MAY W, 1W
The Evening Herald
n jf Murray
1'ubllihod Jally except 8unday, by
Tbe Horald Publishing Company of
Klatnath Falls, at 110 Eighth Street.
Britored at tho poitottlco at Kla
math Tall; Oro.. for transmission
through tho malls as eocond-ciass
MF.MI1KR OP TOB ASSOCIATED
Tho Associated Press Is exclusively
entltlod to tho use for republication
of all nows dispatches credited to It,
or not olhcrwlso credited In this
paper, and also the local nows pub
SATURDAY, MAY 28, 1021
TIIR SOLDIER BONUS HILL
(That tho readers of this paper
may becomo thoroughly familiar
with.1 alt tho facts connected with
tho so-called Soldlors' bonus bill.
Tho Herald -will publish a eiries
of articles by Don J. Dotting, sot
ting forth tho various features of
this measure that tho peoplo of
tho stato will pass Judgment on
next, month. It should be fully un
derstood that under tho loan fea
turo'of tho measure, the money Is
simply loaned to tho boys; that it
1b advanced only up to 76 of tho
valuo of tho property In which It
Is Invested and that, It will bo paid
back, with Interest, under tho amor
tization plan provided In tho bill.
A thorough, understanding of tho
new Una provisions of tho bill means
tho removal of any serious opposition
Tho Uonus and Loan mcasuro tor
ox-servlco men to bo voted on Juno 7
is an extremely practical, business
llkoiand patriotic measure. Tho bill
excludes conscfentlous objectors and
men? who served only In tho students
array training corps, tho commonly
known S. A. T. C. It Is evident that
conscientious objectors should ro
cclyo no bcnoflts from tho stato. A
man who objects to serving has no
place in the annals of patriotism.
Tho S. A. T. cTI whllo primarily an
auxiliary training forco, was In real
ity a freo gratus education at tho ex
ponso of tho government. To tho S.
A. T. C manwbo objects to bolng
discriminated against I would quote
Lawrcnco McDonald of Madison, Wis
consin. Ho says:
"I should llk'e to ask tho S. A. T.
C. veteran what his conception of the
meaning of sacrifice may bo.
v If It Is taking a roan awny from
j i home, by his own content, and send
! ' Infiihlm to college, giving him a col
lege education at tho expense of the
government, giving him his board
and lodging, paying for the very
clothes he wears, and In addition pay
ing him tho samo pay that Is receiv
ed by a man In tho Army who de
votes his full time to tho causo, then
Webster Is wrone. If that Is sacriflco
what Is opportunity? I, ono out of
thousands, left my.collego and devot
ed my full time to the cause, only to
return to college as a freshman,
whllo tho mombers of my former
class, who woro in tho S. A. T. C,
woro 'Juniors or seniors."
The bill specifically states, that
"cltlions,.of thetBUto of' Oregon who
served at any time between April 6,
1917, nnd November 11, 1918, ac
tively In the Army, Navy or. Marine
Corps, shall receive from tbe state,
fifteen dollars per month for each
month of service between the sixth
dayjfof April, J.SX1. and tho eleventh
day of November 1918 (one year af
ter, thp armistice) , excepting the
first sixty days of service, or as long
on real, property located within tbe
Stato of Oregon up to seventy-flvo
per cenl of tho new appraised valua
tion ofjtho property, providing tho
total amount borrowed does not ex
ceed tbreo thousand dollars.
Tho provision deducting the first
sixty days of service is to take care of
tho 'government bonus of $60 paid nt
Tho Oregon bill alms thoreforo to
offor the patriotic Oregon cltlien who
served bis country faithfully during
thetwar, a Just financial recompense
for his 'actual flnanclatlose Incurred
by his sacrifice.
I OREGON BREVITIES J,
I HOOD niVER, May 28. Follow
ing tbo arrest i0f a foreigner
named Frank Bpll, after an alleged
oMnmnt to commit an offense
against a local boy, a vigilance
comialtteo was formed, as Bpll was
tinr hA tail to secure bis sup-
por,; he was "hurfleo Into a wait
ing .automob'flo and, In company of
Bevon citizens, was driven over the
highway, to a .secluded spot near
Mosler. Horo bo was taken into
tho woods and .after being dlvestod
Lawn and Garden Seed
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THE NATIONAL IjANOUACIU
otk his clothing, was thoroughly
switched, following which ho was
tarred and feathered. Ho was al
lowed to put on some of his cloth-
oa nnd was ordered to march east.
pnnn.AND. Mav 28. James T
Aminrnon. need 69 years, killed bis
wlfo by crushing her Bkull with an'
ax as eho slept? becauso sho was
suffering and n physician announc-
cd thoro was no bono of recovory.
according to tho confession Andor-j
son Is reported to navo mauo 10
District Attornoy Evans. Ills wifo
was 7,1 years of ago.
SALEM, May 28, Fred A. Wil
liams4, chairman of tho Oregon pub
lic sorvico commission, will pass a
ing with relation to an application
ior resumption ui n,.u v., ..
. .. -..- A I---.. .11
lines or mo racmc s. cuoium run-
road. Tho railroad extends from'
Medford to Duto Falls, and Its
operation Is considered necessary
aunng tin mm muumo u u v.
becauso of tho almost Impassablo .
. ! ..!. if hn ,,r
condition of tho highways.
SALEM, May 28. Approximately
inn mlloa of road work will bo
placed under contract by tbo stato
hlehwar commission this week, pro-!
vldlng that tho prices submitted aro'
satisfactory to tho commission. Most
rr tVin wnrV in for eraillne or sur-
'facing, with very little paving pro
" SALEM. May 28. A. petition
bearing the names of approximately
CO business men or. uaxcr unu i-
clnlty was filed with tho Oregon
Dublle scrvlco commission today,
nrniAilnp rnlnt tho servlco of tho
Amni-ii-an Ttniiwflv Kitirpss comDany
at that place. Investigation of tho
complaint will Do maao. i
SAEM, May 28. Iloads bo
tweon Pondelton and La Ornndo nro
almost impassablo as a result of ro
cent flood conditions, according to
Herbert Nunn, stato highway engi
neer, who returned from eastern
Oregon. Mr. Nunn said the main
highways would bo open to traf
fic by Bunday. No stato work was
damagod as a result of tbo high
water, ho said.
- CALIFORNIA NEWS
SAN FRANCISCO, May 28.
.Tho transcontlnotal railroads have
jlccldod. to mako widespread freight
rato reductions from California to
all eastern points and from eastern,
points to California inoruor iu
meet water competition by way of
tbo Panama Canal. This Is accord
ing to a telegram recoivod by tho
Southern Pacific from O. W. Luce,
Its frolgbt traffic manager, who has
been attending a contcrcnco of
traffic executives In Chicago.
YOSEMITE, May 28. Approxl-'
mately 1400 women woro In attend- (
anco when tbe 20tbvnnnual con von-'
tlon of the California state fedora-1
tlon of women's clubs oponcd hero.
Tbo sessions, which aro bolng hold,
at Camp Curry, will contlnuo until
iTfPiinia Unv Ofi Th 40-
aero tract purchased by tho AI -
turas Round-Up association nasj
been plowed, harrowed and drag-
ged. Tbo ground will noxt bo roll-
od smooth In preparation for tbo
round-up to bo held here.
Tho colebratlon is to bo hold
July 2nd, 3rd and 4th.
SAN FRANCISCO, May 28,
California, becamo tho leading sar-
DR. J. G. GOBLE
Tho -well-known ' Optician
now located In K. D. Block,
1313 Main. Phono 253-M.
EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS; OREGON
illno canning stato In tho Union in
1320, her pack of 17,943,846 put
ting Mntnp In pc con d plnco nnd
starting n brisk raco with. Portugal
for tho worlds chnmplonnhlp, ac
cording to figures compiled by tho
commercial fisheries dopnrtmont of
tho California (Ish and gamo com-
Advortlslng pays. Try It nnd soo.
KX-SKHVIUE MEN, ATTENTION!
Klamath Post No. 8,
Amorlcan I.ogton moots
nt tho City Hall on the
first and third Tuesdays
of uach month.
Kx-servlco mon are Invited to at
tond tho meetings.
For membership cards or Informa
tion ox-servlco mon nro requested to
soo or write tho following efficers:
J. 11. Cnmahan, Commander.
Uoy N. Touch, Post Adjutant.
For relief of employment seo or
wrlto tho Chairman of Tho Itollof add
, Employment Commlltoe, Francis
j Olds, caro Lnkosldo Lumber com-
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fwiamsin uoagtJ rsu. -
I. J, j. f ,
Vrl.,n. niht or each week
J 0 Q p na( Btn Bnd Ma ,troeU
, H. Oglo -N. 0.
O. D. Mangup ,
W. D. Cofor .....
Ut j. mayor
PELICAN I1AY UU8
Faro 2Cc each way
Leavos Ilex Cafo Loaves Pollcan City
f :D a. HI. o.uv m, w
1:00 p. m,
5:00 p. m. C:30 p. m,
Rcckard Ilent hcrricw
,Tno Dcgt insuranco for Evory Need'
FlrBt Stntw Hank llulldlng
Wo can servo you lnsurnnccwlso.
Ma(n phon(j 31.w
Upp's Auto Service
DAY AND KIQHT SEnVICE
Now Cars Kiamnth Falls, Oro
Bcglnnlnif Sunday. May 8th.
6TH & MAIN ST.
Mako Reservations at
Phono 370 or D45-M.
GEO. A nELL
Dr. Lois C. nrldges
Over First Stato and Savings Dank'
G. E. WASHBURN
Construction Work of any kind.
No Job too largo or too small.
Estimates furnished free of
L. D. Gass, M. D.
JkyB, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT
Warren Hunt Hospital Phono 407
Res. White Pcllon IW'. Phone B
Having bought the
moving outfit of True &
Failing, we are now
ri-rrfif! to move
'houses or other heavy
Washburn . & Houston
Leaves Klamath Foils, Mon
days, Wednesdays nnd Fri
days at 8 !00 A. M.
Lcnvos Ilond Tuosdays,
Thursdays nnd Saturdays.
Ciullllno cars usod.
Mako reservations at Tho
City TranBfor Office. '
K. J. 11AOUHT
Phono 433 615 Main
Lot us make you a prlco on dig
sins that basomont, or othor ex
cavating you contomplato. Wo nlso
do toam work of ovory description.
Let Your GLASS trouble
C. E. STUCKEY
Rc-Glnzing ant Cabinet
Eleventh and Pine
OFFICE OVKTt UNDEIIWOOD'S
Phono 530-J. SovcbUi Jt Mala
Dr. Maud IngersoU Hnuley
First National Utnk nuilding
Entrance, Room t
DR. L. L. TRUAX
WARREN HUNT HOSPITAL
Day Phone, 407 Night Phone, 6
i it itu nn vnitn roi,I,K(m.'0
A number of business houses aro
..inn tha Hmn nf (hnlr booVkoenors
and Individual collectors by letting
.us collect ineir moniuu- mm. n
'ihn tnnilorn innthml. It CUtS down
'your overhead. Oct your bills ready
and wo will do tho rest.
IMIIB. T. II. JOLLY ..Cth and Main
lOror Bugarman's store. Phono 320W
Klamath Falls Plumb
ing & Heating Co.
1178 MAIN ST. PHONE M8-W
DR. F. R. GODDARD
Osteopathic Physician and
Office and Residence
L O. O. P. Temple
DR. & A. MASSEY
Vourth and Plae Bta.
In Warren Hunt Hospital
Off. Phone 497 Res. Phone MW
SAW MILL ENGINEERING A
Designers and builders of mod
era saw mills, planing wills aaa
bfx plants. Dredging. Pile driving.
Office Corner Spring and Oak
Near H. P. Depot
Klamath Falls Cyclery
We aro hero to servo you, and
aim to servo you right. Motorcycles
and Bicycles, Parts and AceBsorles.
Tires and Tubes, that will stand
your Inspection, as wo carry the
best In our line. Ropalr shop In
connection with Harley-Davldson
1010 Mala St. Kiamnth Palls
O. E. BI8MARK
May 28, Afternoon Concert Prelude,
the Alexander Trio; Lecture, "The Won
ders of the Mind,' Dr. E. L. House, Jun
ior Chautauqua Play Hour.
Evening Concert Prelude, the Alexan
der Trio; Lecture, "The Destroyers and
Guilders of Health," Dr. E. L. House, and
author and psychologist.
May 29, Afternoon Concert prelude,
Mary Adel Hays Grand Opera Singers.
Lecture, "The House We Live In," V. I.
Shepherd. .Junior Chautauqua Play Hour.
Evening Closing Concert, Mary Adel
Hays' Grand Opera Singers, Notable Musi
cal organization headed by Mary Adel
Hays, American Coloratura Soprano.
TnUo mil tVlliirs or Fill In LoU
Mortimer HI. Plionn rtlMV
nfvrun' " "! m0
Offlco Phone 177W nes 177n
Dr. H. D. Lloyd Stewart
Physician and Hurgeoa
Klamath Falls Orogoa
fLrn.nrnii'- - --
Dr. E. G. Wiaecanrer
Dr. P. M. Noel
Mvemta aad Mala BtreeW
ui-rLiir.i irrr""" ss
NEW CITY LAUNDRY
"Put Your Duds
la Our Suds"
Cnrvir Mnin and Conge?
E. D. LAMB
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Rooms 1 aad S
GOODS OF ALL KINDB
OUR PllICES niOHT
Wo Iluy, Sell and Exchango.
Cor. Sixth arfd Klamath Avo.
DICK'S & OO.
ImacraeUODs lit Piano Flaylag
Bxpert of Many Yeans
DR. T. C. CAMPBELL
PHYSICIAN AND HOKUMS
I. O. O. V. DulldlBg
Residence White Pollcan Hotel
Residence Phone I.
Shampooing, marcollng, massag
ing, manicuring. For appointments,
pbono 318, Wblto Pelican Hotel.
Z Mattrumcii Mado and lie-
t paired, upliolsturlng Crating, J
I j. i:. niLvrroN, prop.
J 70:t H. (Mil hi. Phnnn 1A7.
Your Watch Keep
Time. 511 Main St.
Klamath Falls .
Practical nalntlnr. Rlldlns:. bronx-
Ing, enameling, kalsomlnlng, wall
paper cleaning nnd gonoral eon'
II. C. TUTHILL
Phono 183 C2C OoV St.
t, O. CLEOUOIIN
CIVIL ENOINEEn AND
8URVEYOR Phone 182J 138 B. Rlvorslde
LoosaJj Dldg., Klasaa'A rails
DR. a A. RAMBO
L O. O. 9. BalMUs
Klamath Dye Works
OUR CLEANING, PRES8INO ANB
HKPAIRINQ WILL MAKK YOUR
LOOK LIKE NEW
Good Called for and Delivered
481 Mala Street Klamath Fallii
124 So. Sixth St
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