The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, May 31, 1921, Page PAGE FOUR, Image 4

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    TUESDAY, MAY M. llttl
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
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Published Jally oxcopt 8unday, by
Tka Horald Publishing Company of
Klamath FalU, at 119 Klghth 8troot.
ntered at tho poatotflco at Kla
aftth Falls, Ore., (or transmission
through tho malls as second-class
natter.
MKMIMCft OF TIIR ASSOCIATED
IMIKBS.
Tho Associated Press is exclusively
entitled to tho uso (or republication
of all news dispatches credited to It. Inro controlled
Klamath Joins to
Honor Heroic Dead
(Continued from pago 1)
or not othcrwljo credited In this
paper, and also tho local nows pub
lisher herein.
TUKSDAY, MAY .11, 1021
TUB 80I.OIKH.S 1IONVH UIMj
(That tho readers of this paper
war becomo thoroughly familiar
with all tho facts connected with
tho co-called Soldiers' bonus bill,
Tho Herald will publish a series of
articles by Don Holding, setting
forth tho various features of this
measure' that tho pcoplo of tho stato
will pass Judgment on next month. It
Bhould bo fully understood that un
der tho loan featuro of tho mcasuro,
tho money Is simply loaned to tho
boys; that It Is advanced only up to
75 per cent of tho valuo of tho prop
7C per cent of tho valuo of the prop
erty In which it Is invested and that
It will bo paid back, with interest.
' under tho amortization plan provided
In tho bill. A thorough understand
ing of tho new lino provisions ot tho
bill means the removal of any serious
opposition to It.)
citizens on board, citizens our coun
try Is pledged to protect In tholr
lives and proporty no matter whero
situated In the world, then wo went
to war. It was a torrlblo war. Hod
forbid that wo ever experlonco nn
other such war. Who can say, how-
over, becauso unfortunately tho ac
tions ot tho pcoplo ot tho world
more by feeling and
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ulnr session ot tho lodge, will bn hold
as usual Monday uvonlng. Tho Wed
nesday evening meeting will lie open
to friends of tho order and will bn In
tho nature ot a smoker. It will close
with a supper.
A gentleman (German by do
scent), remarked tho other day that
, It theso cx-soldlcrs would go to work
and quit trying to tease tho soft spot
feelings ot tho Oregon tax payers,
the state would bo a whole lot better
oft. Ho also stated emphatically that
ho would not vote fo'r tho bonus bill.
As pitiful as it may seem that such
pcoplo exist, It may bo well to point
out tho exact amount of money that
tho bonus mcasuro (302 YES) will
mean to the tax-payers of Oregon.
The loan feature should cost tho
stato very little, If anything, and In-
r directly should prove of great profit
and benefit to tho stato. Putting the
matter simply, tho stato borrows
money by Issuing bonds carrying
or 5 per cent lntorcsU.dependlng
' upon the bond market at tHe time of
Issuance. Tho state rcioans .this
money to ex-servlco men, taking as'
security first mortgages on, real es
tate and' loaning up to value of 75
per cent and no amount exceeding
13,000.00. Tho service man pays 4'
per cent. The difference In interest
rates would have to be absorbed by
the state for a period.
But the loans to the service men
'will be converted gradually year by
year to.6 per cent loans as the service
men self out. This Iqterest rate will
be more than the state pays for the
money and at the end ot the thirty
year period,, should about equalize
the amount absorbed at first by tho
stato.
It Is estimated that the cash bonus
which many of tho men will take ad
vantage of will cost the state $1,000,
000. If a man takes the cash bonus
he can never take the loan
To cover tho $1,000,000 cash bo
nus maximum and tho Interest rate
emotion than by reason.
"Let the deeds nnd teachings ot
tho ex-servlco men and the vet
erans ot all ot our wars bo n
stern less on In loyalty to our coun
try. '
"Memory, blest gift, is ours to
recall at-will, and In this llttlo
hour, let us closo with this sentl
ncnt to our eojdler dead.
"Sunlight on valley, mountain nnd
. stream,
Wo live In tho bright world with
love and a dream,
Ilut tho sunlight will dlo In a
shadowy sky,
Llfo Is only good morning, good
night and good-bye,
Yet In veterans' rest beyond the
bluo sky,
'Twill agvln bo good morning and
never good-bye." '
The next speaker upon the pro
gram was Hov. Father Molloy
whoso address In part was ns fol fel fol
eows: "This largo and representative
gathering Illustrates a fact that
very properly, on this day and In
this place, merits our attention. In
tho study of purely human affairs
wc might go as far as to say that
It Is the great outstanding fact. Its
appeal Is evident for Jus'j ai des
pite ill distractions the people ot
Klamath Falls obeyed Its compell
ing force and assembled hero this
morning, so all over the world,
wherever tho flag is honored.
Americans In answer to the samo
appeal havo gathered to do as we
do this morning. And this fact,
this great fact, is this that when
all Is said and done tho first placo
In the affections and love of
ItlKTIiAM) .MAN 1IA Sl'FKKUKI)
10 YKAItS SAYS UK Klir.US
MKK NKW .MAN SINt'K TAKlNtl
TANliAO.
"For forty years," sad J. C l)oo
noka, of 121 14 Macadam Honil,
Portland, "I was nil run down nnd
under weght. No matter what I took
I couldn't get above a hundred and
thirty pounds but Tanlac has nctmir
ly built me up to n hundred and tit
ty, which is moro than I over wolgh
cd In my life.
"My nppctlto wasn't up to what It
should havo been and I didn't get the
proper nourishment and strength
from my food. I couldn't rest well nt
night and would get up In tho morn
ing nit tired out and with scarcely
any energy at all.
"Well, sir, Tanlac has given mo a
splendid appetlto and tins actually
built mo up twenty pounds In weight.
I sleep good and sound every night,
nnd I am feeling so flno In every
way that I bcllovo I could outrun
nny man of my age In Portland. Why,
I simply 'feci like a new man nnd
Tanlac will always get n good rec
ommendation from mo."
l.ntlu ceased to he Hpokeu by the
people of Italy In the year C8 A. 1),
K. of P. Lodge Will
Entertain Officers
Knights of Pythias conferred tho
rank of esquire upon two candidates
at last nlght'a meeting. The local
lodge Is preparing for a visit next
week from Grand Keeper of Itecords
and Seals Gleeson and Dr. K. It. Hun
lock of Portland, district deputy
grand chancellor, who nro touring
tho district en an Inspection trip.
An open meeting will be held
Wednesday evening, June S. The reg-
STATE OF OHEGON,
tho
citizens ot a country is held by
soldiers.
"Nor Is this unseemly or nt var
iance, with . the .objects of, our civ
(lizatlcin. In tho last analysis everything-
that we prize depends entlro
1' for Its permanence on tho ablo
bodtd males Tho can fight for
their rights. It Is not a boast that
w0 make but all elements of our
citizenship should' remember that
tho 'only class in which tho right
ot suffrage Is Inherent is that class
that is physically able to shoulder
a musket and mentally ready to
battle until death for honor and
country.
"Now though thero are many sad
and touching features to a cere
mony ot this kind yet it really is
not a feeling of sympathy that has
called out all tho veterans hero to
day. Of courso they are moved nt
tho though ot the sorrowing moth
ers but their reason tells them that
war Is always an uncertain thing
with grim possibilities ahead for
everyone It is a man's game; and
somo lose, and some win. Tho im
pelling. Indeed tho compelling forco
difference nnd running expenses of i that has marshalled nil theso sol
tho administration handling tho do- dlers around the graves .of tholr
miis me legislature provwea a tax dead comrades is that on this day
assessment of ono mill only. jail true Americans must, as Lincoln
It means then simply if you own said, consecrate themselves ogaln to
$1000 worth of proporty you nro re-j tho Ideals of America,
quired to pay $1 per year. If found I ..So wo now wlth bare,, headg
necessary, to meet tho provisions of I forma)Iy and goIemnly consecrate
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Klamath County.
Ilobort Cheyne,
vs.
the I Unknown owner of eatray
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THE Master picture
HAS BEEN found
with THRILLS
SUSPENSE
LOVE and
DRAMA blended into
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A STORY of unus
ual INTEREST
As A BOOK this
NARRATIVE
been
has
READ BY millions
IN EVERY language
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AND Every country
FOR OVER forty!
years.
I tit. HLIUKL is
the
WORK OF THREE
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WORLD famous
AUTHORS
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Sold
Last Week
Wo find that pianos
ind phonographs noli It
.hn prlcon nnd terms
iro right.
$60 and up
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$125.00 Up
Wo still have n numtior of oxcolloH values In trad-I'd-ln
pianos from $125.00 up sold on 21 monthly In
stallments. Also thero nro special values In lato model llruns
wick, now Kdlson nnd othor makes of phonographs
Just taken In exchange. Full cabinet models from
$65.00 up, sold on convenient terms.
Earl Shepherd C o.
Klamath's Only Ex
clusive Music Hloro
607 Main St.
Phono 282-J
:: HOMEMADE
i: BREAD
BY A unique
tion
innova- J, I
TWO STORIES are
BLENDED INTO
ONE,
viz: One black ecldlnc about
five years old. welchlnc about 1200
pounds and branded on right nhoiil-lf
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tako up and at.pl! tlraoa since then.
h .o fuoscaniun wiu umo ue- -
scribod estray; and that ho has used
all reasonablb effort to ascertain and
find the nwnpr rtf thn ftfimft nml filrnj
-i. . ". . " . -"- -- """! irnm -. & w
an legai sicps required oy tne Jawjlj X E. 1 HA.Lrl IS a
i iuu aiuio ot urrgun in rcierence n
to estrays. i
Now therefore to Said unknown
owner and, to any and all persons who
may bo Intorcstod" therein, you nro
hereby notified that at my ranch
about 12 miles south and east of
Klamath Falls and near tho Fair
Vlew school bouse In the county of
Klamath and State ot Oregon on Tu
esday, Juno 14, '1921. at tho hour
of 11 o'clock A. M of tho said day.
when and where the said estray will '
do exposed and orrered for sale as by
la-w directed; and tho proceeds of'
said sale will be applied for tho pay-i
ment of all damages, costs and ex
penses Incurred: and tho excess, If
any,wlll be retained by Lem. h.
Gaghagen, Justlco of the peace, or his
successor In office, for tho period of
six months, and if tho said sum or
monoy so held shall not bo called for
In said time, tho same will bo djepo
Ited as by statute required In such
cases made and provided.
Dated this 31st day of Mnv. 1921.
IIO II BUT CIIEVNB
business prosperity following tho
placing into circualtlon of millions of
dollars cash will of courso -warrant
an expenditure of a much greater
amount by the tax payer for tho good
resulting.
FOUR DEAD IN
B BATTLE
FARMERS WEEK
and HOMEMAKERS
CONFERENCE
us.
Liberty and Freedom and Honor
these aro the. things that wo
prize. We pledgo our lives to fight
for these, and we swear to God
over the ashes of our dead defend-
,o n. uv iiuuiiub uiuiiura, success Corvallls Or
ur lunure, u wiii'il wo U10 tnoso
who know can say that wo died In
with our faces
A week of collego llfo at O. A. C.
COOPEnATIVK CONVENTIONS
'
EXCURSIONS
battle and fen
toward tho foe.' '
Spectators along the routo re-
tnnilrn.l tinjvn UA An ...Itt. ...iti
'"' ""-u U'iM lUO CUOU Willi WHICH J
s"!in r A Ifflvntioll A-l t .
viimuu uaiouuu jijjjj.uguia aaauuMi
his celumns: tho leU horse, with
tbo lato Captain J. P. Leo, missing
Four from tho saddle, tho musical soloc
pfiittf I Inna hv itiA Inmil UABJ. u - .
SEPARATE UNIT.
WHAT IS THIS
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MASlfcK picture
NEED YOU ask?'
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THAT world famous
CLASSIC '
"BLACK -BEAUTY"
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WITH AN all-star
CAST HEADED by
JEAN PAIGE
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IS THE master
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PICTURE and it will
BE SHOWN at the
UBERTY THEATRE
WEDNESDAY AND
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THURSDAY.
Oh, the Joy of It!
Vou know how good It tasted
when you wrrn Invited out
to n homo-cooked dinner and
got some good, real, old
fashioned home mado bread.
Well, you can havu It every
day In thu year without bu
Ing Invited out. Iluy n loaf
of Ilakerlto Dread at tho
itex Cafo or Thn Malto. It
costs you only
0 cents
SERVED DAILY
AT THE REX
CAFE
Bakerite Bread :
CORK, Ireland, May 31
soldiers were killed, two mortally Itlons by the local band; the march-
Cooking Electrically
the ideal method
Electrically equipped kitchens hold
no terrors for the housewife. They
are cool, cozy, and comfortable in
the summer. They eliminate the
drudgery, the grime and the nerve
racking tension caused by wood
stoves. The expense is surprising
ly low. Let us tell you about it.
wounded and 12 slightly Injured
when they were attacked this morn
ins while marching from tho
Yougbal barracks to the rifle
range.
As tho column neared tho golf
links, mines in the roadway wero
exploded, bombs hurled and a fierce
rifle flro opened on them. Despite
tho surprise, tho attackers woro re
pulsed and driven off by tho unin
jured. '
Saturday.- after-j honor
led a verdict of was rn
Ing of tho children from tho Sacred
Hoart Academy and public schinl
under teachers 'supervision,' tbo
soldiery bearing of tho Boy Scouts;
and tho goneral appearance of thtj
Ladles Auvlliary, ned Cross nnd
Army nurses, American Legion,
Spanlsh-Amorican War veterans,
Ladles Auxiliary, lied Cross and
I Indian War veterans.
i Thero wero many favorahlo com-
Imonts passed upon tho parado but
i considerable criticism aroso over the
raiiuro of many neon o to slirnallv
tho United States flag ns It
rrlcd pant by an uncovorinc
JACKSON .18 CLKAJIED
In circuit court
noon a Jury returned
not guilty in tho case-of tho Stato of tho head, nnd'nlso by tho lack of
of Oregon against ' Cecil Jackson, jgonoral, flag raising over tho public
charged with assault with a dan-liwid private residences in tho city,
serous wenpon upon tho porson ofj
J. D. Woodloy. A classified Ad will cell It.
LET'S GO
June 13-18
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TOMORROW NIGHT
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