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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 4, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
TUESDAY, OOTOnRR 4, 1021
Twenty-Five Years Ago in Linkville
DR. a A. MASSEY
ITOnrth 'and Pine Hta.
In Warren Hunt Hospital
Off. Phone 497 Res. Phone 8fM
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INIIANAIOLIB, Ind., Oct. 4.
Protection of Momorlal Day from,
commercialism anil consecration of
tho day to tho memory of tho boI
dlors of all tho nation's warn should
-bo an aim of tho a rand Army of tho
.Republic and Its alllod organiza
tions, Coramandor-ln-Chof William
A. Kotcham doclarod In a rocont ar
tlross at tho first bunlncmi session
of, tho fifty-fifth national encamp
'meat, Fnlluro to protoct tho day
from desecration will bo a roproaoh
to iho Ornnd Army, lta loader said.
. 'Tho 30th of May our Holy
Day," said tho commandor-ln-ehlof.
."Wo Instituted It, and for fifty
ihroo years wo hare, In rain or
shino, stood at thoshrlnos of men
Who tllodjhnt tho nation might, Hvo
anil pald"trlbuto totholr memories'.
No day In tho year should ,bo, mora
absolutely freo from 'commercialism
of nnyBontlmont oxccpMhat of rov-
oronco and devotion to memory of
tto dead. Wo still noto "with pain
that In too many localities sports of
oao kind or another aro taking
way tho attention of tbo rising
generation from tho obsonranco of
this day. In many states by legisla
tion It In protocted from dosocrn
tlon, and In all It should bo. If,
with tho assistance of our ablo and
dovntod auxiliary and allies, wo aro
not ablo to Inculcato n doopor rovor-
cneo for tho moraory of tho dead
It will bo a reproach to us.
novlval of tbo Kn Ktux Kfan wan
eoadomncd by Commandor Kotcham
along with othor organizations.
Whllo tho Qrand Army has scant In
fluence In tho state in which tho
Klan was Incorporated tho com-
roandor declared tho O. A. R.
"should sco to It that any organiza
tion with so offonslvo and discred
ited a namo should not bo permit
ted to Invade state linos whoro wo
still have Inf luonoo, ondjetrongth."
fWo ongnt to" set our 'faces like
ftlMt," said Commander," Kotcham,
''against all tho ovlls of tho modern
day that are threatening Bolshe
vism, I. W. W.-lsm, anarchy, Ku
Kin Klans whatever their name
nay bo that ten to throw a blight
on the fair name of the, land that
we saved and still love."'
"Death has taken a heavy toll of
the i Grand Army members during
the last, year .the' commando? saJdi
having taken two past commanders-in-chief,
forty-five dopartmept com
manders, the assistant 'adjutant gen
era), throe members of the council
of administration and 9,181 of, the
O. A. C WoATe
i lStrbriglt W Debate
OREGON AOCULTURAL COL
MK)B. Cervall.s: ' Oei 4. Pros
pect are- bright for Women's debate
tnla year,- according' to 'Professor O.
nc Mitchell who la "now 'arranging
coateste.with the University 'of Cali
fornia; University of Southern Call
fomlailand "Unive'rrlty Of 'Oregon.
The University of Oregon dual de
bate la espectft-l M come ftct and
the1 team for the southern till will
bo chosen from among those contest
ants. , , 1V ,
Last year tho debate tcnm had h
Ruecessful year, securing four.out of
BirVofeTitETtho University of Oro
gon and one" out of throe votee.wlth
tho Unlversltyjjotl, California, Ethel
Rogers and Elvira Von Hollobekc,
both oxpcrlonced dobators havlnn
takon part In Inter-colloglato debate
last year, havo returned to collgo.
THIRD TRIAL IN KAI1KR -
MURDER CASK STARTED
CLEVELAND, Oct. 4. Maran
McCardlo today went on trial,
obarged with tbo murdor of Daniel,
jvaoer, nor Biup-iuiuvr. sua d iuu
third to Do tried. er moiaer, mrnj
Kaber, and Salvatore Calax are
serving lifo sentences. The defense
is ready to 'Admit" the girl's kndwl-
edge of tho plot, ,buti denfed, she
in tho conspiracy to
'Knock the II. O, of L. by haviag
hhoea repaired at The Evans Shoe
Oo'p Repair Dop't, 4
.Herald classified ads'meen'the heat
results, quick I uU'l'i
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IIOSTON, Oct. (4. Advocating tho
slopan "8itfoty Always" Instead o'
"Safety First,' P. R. Coatos of Tol
edo, prosldont of tho Toledo and
Hallway utid Light company told the
dolegatcs to tho National Safoty
'Council at a rocont mcotlng hero that
tho timo was rlpo for tho Interesting
of tho entlro country In safoty work
" 'I should worry,' Is typically
Amorlcan and oxprcssoa a distinctly
an Amorlcan trait," ho said. "As long
as an accident doos not enter our
homo or'our lives personally wo give
llttlo thought to provontlon mothods
"Sometimes I havo thought that
ono of tbo contributing faults, was
that thoro was too much of a Joke
mado of 'Safety First.' Just as it Is
hard to tako seriously a so-callod
'funny man,' Just so hard Is It to got
serious consideration for a movement
when tbo Jokesmlths and fanny pap
ers aro constantly using It at a butt
'for their Jests, I havo a deep seated
conviction that It somot movement
could bo launchod to change the slo
gan to"'Bafoty always' It would goa
long way In removing this objection,
and to my way of thinking It more
clearly expresses whatevosy safety
campaign, should 'havo' as a, definite
plan and sook as an assured result.
"i "Thero are many 'companies which
still look upon safoty as something
to 'let George do It' and when there
Isn't a place In any other department
for'a man who'has'lo bo kept on tha
payroll it Is a common thing to hoar
"O, put him In the safety depart
"There is no use dodging this Is
sue, We can, never sell this campaign
to our men and the great public we
servo until we first tell ourselves.
"it can be done and -will he don
when we say It la going to be done. '
The balance of money due by the
Lakeview Round-Up to W. L Sim's,
of Malm, who, furnished la number
of horses for this y oar's round-up
program, and who also clowned dur
ing the three days, -was attached by
Sheriff Woodcock upon the tiling of
a suit by tho West End grocery, of
Klamath Falls, to which It was al
legod monoy was due by Mr. SlmB.
Tho balanco due Mr. Sims on the
contract prico of $400 was $'12K,
which amount was paid by check bv
tbo secrotary-troasuror of tho associ
ation to Sheriff Woodcock. An er
roneous impression Booms to bo jiro
valont among many that tho Round
Up association bas refused .to, pay
tha balanco dueMr.Slms on his con-
tract, which Is not tho case,
Opals, corals, and amber aro
among tho stones and gomB which
havo boon ctoverly Imitated In a sub-
'stance mado from dried milk.
Tho average woman Is glad vhtn
her husband has a, holiday, to that
he can put In about eighteen nours
doing odd Jobs at home.
When a woman discloses a. secret
it (lg always with telling effect.
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PORTLAND HAN COULDN'T KAT
OR 8LKKP WELL FfcKLS FINK
HISCK TAKING TANLAO
"I can testify that Tanlac does
JUBt what they say It will do," said
John Carlson, 1034 Front St., Port
"I don't bollevn any one ever suf
fered moro from stomach troublo and
ovorythlng that goes with it than I
did for two years. I got to whero I
not only couldn't oat to any good,
but I couldn't sloop much olthor, and
was so weak and run down It took
all my grit to stick on the Job.
"I dont know what It is about Ton
lac, but thoro Is certainly something
la it that builds a man up and makes
him fool fine all tbo timo. I eat,
aioop, and work better than I have In
years. This medicine was Indeed a
frlond in need."
Girl workers In London, particular
ly those employed in offices and
stores, are said, to go in, for' athletic
sports to a far greater extent than,
American girls who are similarly ess
Hake that Idle dollar work! Pat
It la tha bask. ,
The White Lunch
'Hone Oooktag m
Pastry a SpedaMy
'I V"' ,
. 112 MAD!,
MADE IN KLAMATH
, .FOR 8AIE" ...
MURPHYnJ 'FEED STORE
" SUNSET. GROCERY '
Mfa.br HARRY TELFORD,
DR. T. C CAMPBELL
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
I. O. O. F. SalltUas
Residence 185 Pine St.
J. O. CLF.GHORN
OIVIL ENQINEER AND
Phme 192J 133 8. Riverside
Wholesale and Retail
..Pasturlzed MUk and Cream..
Offlee Phone 177W Res 177R
Dr. H. D. Lloyd Stewart
Phyalclaa aad Sargeoa
. Whlu Balldlag
Klaaiath Falls .Oregon
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PELICAN nAY IJCB
Tare IEe each way
Leaves Rex Cafe Leaves Pelican City
7:46 am. 8:00 a. a.
13:46 p.n. 1:00 p. as.
6:00 p. m. 6:10 p. m.
Reekard Resrt Bervtee
L. D. Gass, M. D.'
ETK, EAR, NOflB AND THROAT
I. O .0. F. Dldg. Phone 99-W
' Rooms 202, 203, 204
Res. Whlto Pelican notel. Phono 8
Klamath Falls Plumb
ing & Heating Co.
1178 MAIN ST. PHONB 84S-W
Coes Auto Service
Hudson, Biiick, and
Country Trios ' a
United Cigar Store
020 MAIN STRRET
; 4 ttti I
Art frame and framing.
: KENLINE PHOTO SHOP
Phoae 89 827 Main
MtMMtMMI 1 1
EX-SEXVICB MEN, ATTENTION'
Klamath tPot No. 8,
American Legion meets
.at tha City Hall oa. tha
first and third Tuesdays
Of each month.
Ez-serviee men are twited to at
tend the meetings.
For membership carw or Informa
tion ex-service man ar requested to
tee or write, the following efficers:
J. H. Carnahan, Commander.
-Roy N. Foueh, Poet Adjutant.
For relief of employment see or
write the Chairman of The Relief and
Employment Committee, Francis !
Olds, care Lakeside Lumber com
KkftiMUk LWfa Na. Ill
'"" a Lo.ar. "
MK Friaay "night of eaeh wee at
I.-O. O. F. hall, lta and Mala streets.
Caaa. Newman N. O.
WO-'Walm" V. O.
O.'B. mango Jecy.
W. D. Oofer ..- Treas.
H. Vj Brown r i a-P.
J-V. Browbeher .... B. W.
L. J. MeOTir Sorlhe
Nate Otterbeln .,.. Treasurer
Dr. Herbert B. Mallett
Dr. Geo. B. Uallett f
Offlee over Underwood'
7th Main Phono 5 J 9-J
FILZ' SCHOOL OF POPULAR
I, have constructed thru years of
experience the only ccurse that
teaches you to play tho piano by
NOTE and by BAR in 10 to 20 les
sons. Write for particulars, 701 11th
St., Klamath Valls.Oro. Phone 367R.
t ; ; :
DR. F. R. GODDARD
Osteopathic Physician and
Offieu and Residence- '
Phones 32 1, .
I. O. O. P. Temple
Take oat Cellars or Fill la Lota
j 817, Moiitmer.Bt. hoaeB41 ,
OUT OaUUULll, Jf jj
Transient 75 cents up
By Week $4.00
Oldest Retail Dairy la Towa
Yoar Watch Keep
511 Main St.
SAW MILL ENGINEERINa
Dessgnera aad ballder of mo
era aaw salDs, alaatas aaOI aad
hex alaata. Dredglag. File drivta
Offlee Ostaar Sffrias aM
Near S. F. Psfot
DR. L, L, TRUAX
'" WARREN RUNT ROCPITAJL
Day Fhoae, a7 NIM Fhoae, a
PRTSICIAN AND BURGROR
Roeeaa t aad a
Dr. E. G. Wisecarra
Dr. P. M. Noi
eveatk aa4 Mala
Let us make you a prloe oa die
ting that basement,-, or other ax-,
earatlng you' contemplate. We alto
do Una work ot every deaorlsUoa.
' Fhoae 414 W.
Loesal RldSn Klaasam FaRs
NEW CITY LAUNDRY
FLAT WORK .
"Pat Yowr Dveia
la Our Sudsf
Corner Main and Conge
Klamath Falls Cyclary
Wa ar her to serve yon, anal
aim to serve you right. Motorcycle
and Bicycle. Parte aad Aoessorte.
Tire and Tube, that will ttaad
your Inspection, a we earry tha
beat la our line. Repair ahoa am
connection with Raxlay-Davfdaea
ltl Maaa SC
Klamath Dye Works
LOOK LIKE NEW
Ooeas CaDed far and! Deirteraa
DR. J. a GOBLE
Tha well-known Optlclaa
now located In K. D. Block.
1313 Main. Phone Ill-M.
DR. O. A. RAMRO
I. O. O. F. Halldtai
Dr. Lola O. Bridges
Over First State and Savings Bank
Suite 106 ' Phone 10J-J
Let Your GLASS troubles
C. E. STUCKEY
Rc-GI&zing aad CrrIjmI
Eleventh and Pine
, -ji T rr-r n ,7 ."mi r 'u jj n j ;
0: 1L TRANTER CO. . Sbti
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