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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 24, 1922)
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FRIDAY, MARCH S3 1, 1023
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
P. It. HOPIiK. -Alitor ud Pultl father
If. R, mtitl City Editor
Published dally except Sunday, by
Tho Herald Publishing Company of
Klamath Fall, at 119 Eighth Street.
Enterod at tho poitofflro nt Klnm
ith Fallii Ore., (or transmission
throiiRh tho malt ha second-class
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED
Tho Associated Presa I. exclustro
entitled to tno uso ror puoiicn-;
News From the Country
this pnper, nnd also tho local news
nOllllIS, Cnl., March 22. Sirs. J.
10. l.owory ot Oakland Is visiting with
her brother, K. H. Tntt nnd fninlly.
Mrs. howery formerly resided In Dor
rls. .Tonics O'Kvcre, a prominent sheep
man ot Siskiyou nnd Klamnth comi
ties, wns In town on business yester
tiny. O'Koefo hns n largo tuimber of
Falls whore ho w III spend n few days.
Mrs. Margaret Kerwln Is having
her building on 1'nllfornln street re
modelled Inside preparatory to as
suming charge ot the poitofflce. Mrs.
Kerwln was recently nppoluted post
mistress for Dorrls nnd will relieve
II. M. lllehardson, who wns appoint
ed to fill nut nn Incompleted term.
i". iOta cTdltedl " nl cUBhll.. ranch In the
It, or not otherwlso credited In,- I)oH,c country where they are
nun.w, march ai, maa
l'OR ONE AX! Al.Ii OF L'S
It nln'l tho Rims or nrmnment,
Nor tho tunes the hand can play,
Hut the closo ro-opcratlon
Thnt makes us win the day.
It nln't tho tndlvldunl, nor
The nrmy os a whole,
.lint tho everlasting team work
Of every hloomtn' soul.
being winter fed.
1.. II. Dr. van was a business visitor
In Harris yesterday from tho II. V.
Mitchell ranch on Willow creek.
Mrs. Alfred 1'eterstelner of Klam
ath Falls, who hns been visiting with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. 11. Fall
and other relatives and friends In
Horrls, returned Monday evening to
her homo, nt Klamath Fulls.
Local members of the Internation
al Timber Workers' union gave a
very successful dance at the Knights
of Pythias ball Saturdny evening.
Accordion nnd drums furnWhcd the
music, which was thoroughly enjoy
ed. Herbert Cowley, fireman In the
1'nlted States navy, Is here on twenty
Till-: (UIKATKST I.OVK" WITH
VKh.1 tumnox at straxii
4yw."ordon,1whnin Lewis .1. Sol
ulcVprrscilts ai. the star of the So
loot Special "Tho (Sreatest l.ovo" nt
the Strand Theatre tonight has prob
ably had Iho most sensational rise
of nny star In photoplay. From ob
scurity she has Just become a star
through her magnificent work n
"Mninimi Kantor," the Mother of
"llumorosijuo," nnd It Is claimed that
her role of Mrs. I.nutlml In "The
(rentes! l.ovo" Is an even more re
For ears Miss (lordon played In
the various slock companies, those
excellent training schools In which so
many of our great stars acquired
their first rudiments of stagecraft,
and later sho became known by play-
THE ultrasound, everyday, pla'n
American hnrso sense ot Wllllt..n
Allen Whlto, editor of tho Emporia
(Kansas) Onrctte, first came t na
tional attention some twentyyears
ngo, with tho wldo publication by tho
newspapers ot tho couufr'of his fa
mous cditorJaU.JWhjft'8 the Matter
With Korfsas." lnWhlcli ho ndvanccd
tjii tficory thnt the state would bene
fit by raising "less hell and more
White has since been, nnd still Is, n
rccognlied lender of American
thought, thnt brand ot thought thnt
comes from tho ranks of tho plain
people. His opinion on uny topic Is
n worth whllo opinion. Hero's his
opinion of tho Ku Klux Klan: an or
ganization mai is irjins, wiiu mi t
alarming degree of success, to gain n
foothold In Oregen:
An organizer ot tho Klu Klux Klan
was In Emporia tho other day and
the men whom he Invited to Join Tils
band at $10 per Join turned him
down. Under tho leadership of Dr.
J. H. nrlckcll. and following their
own Judgment after hearing his
story, tho Kmporlans told him that
thoy had no llmo for him. Tho prop
osition seems to be nntl-forelgncrs.
fThcro are, of course, bad foreign
ers nnd good ones; good Catholics
nnd bad ones, and all kinds ot ne
groes. To make a case against n birth
place n religion or a race Is wicked,
un-American and cownrdly.
Tho whole, troublo with the Ku
Klux Klan Is that it is based upon
such deep foolishness that It Is bound
to bo a menace to good government
In any community. Any man fool
enough to bo. Imperial Wizard would
have power without responsibility nnd
both without nny sense.
That Is social dynamlto, American
institutions, our courts, our legisla
tors, our executive officers arc strong
enough to keep tho pcaco and pro
tnoto Justlco and good will in the
community. If they are not, then tho
thing to do Is to change these Insti
tutions and do It Quickly, but always
legally. For a self-constituted body of
moral Idiots who would substitute
tho findings of tho Ku Klux Klan for
tho processes of law lo try to better
conditions would bo a most un-Amcr-
day leave from his ship, tho Hampton ng -.Mother" parts In the stage plnys
Rhodes. Cowley is a nephew of Mrs. "The l-ind of tho Free." "Why Wor-
C. II. Fnll of Dorrls.
I.ouls Doldlschar. real estnto nnd
Insurance ngent of Klamath Falls,
spent .yesterday In Dorrls on busi
ness. V. C. Klnbzuba of Mr.lln was n
business visitor In Dorrls jcatcrday.
Klabzuba Is one of the cxtentdve far
mers of the Tulc lako district.
I.. H. Bryan was a passenger on
last evening's train to Klamath
ry." nnd "Tho (lentllo Wife." all of
these role bringing her the highest
commendation from both press
nnd public. '
However. It remained for the pat
rons of the photoplay to acclaim Miss
Cordon as a star. This occurred dur
ing tho Initial showing of the screen
version of Fannie IJursVs story, "Ilti
moresquc." Although Miss (union
wns not advertised ns the principal
lean outrngo, which every good citi
zen should resent.
it Is to tho everlasting credit of
Kmporla that tho organizer found no
suckers with $10 each to squander
Whatever Emporia may bo other
wise, it believes In law and order and
nbsnluto freedom under tho Consti
tution for ovcry man, no matter what
birth or creed or race ho may clulm,
to speak and meet nnd talk and net
ns n freo, law-abiding citizen.
Tho plcayunlsh cowardice of u man
who would nubstltuto clan rulu ami
mob law for what our American fath
ers havo died In establish and main
tain should prove what a cheap
scrow outfit tho Klan is.
Klamath Falls, Oregon, March 22, li)22
Hurry Cash Grocery Co., City.
Gentlemen We have been trading at
your grocery exclusively since coming to
We find the quality of your merchan-
dise to be A-l. Every article has been as
good or better than represented.
Your service is most courteous and
prompt. We enjoy shopping at your store.
J. E. DARLING
Copy ol this letter on file In our office
Phone 577-W 524 Main Street
Your business is appreciated
Eugene $32,000 prunog) shipped
in one day.
At Your Service
Consultation and Examination Freo
K. K. K. Store
532 Main Street
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player In this production tho critics
nnd patrons nllko were unanimous In
the opinion thnt her work complete
ly mendindowed everything else In
the picture Next followed n similar
type of part In the lte Honeh slory.
"The North Wind's Malice."
Lewis .1. SoUnlck .then secured n
"bent" on all competition by getting
Miss (lordon's signature lo n con
tract calling for her stellar nppenr
mice on tho screen, the result of
which will bo seen In "The tirenlest
l.ovo," which will be at the Strand
WOMAN BRAVES PAIN
Miles Three Hiim on Stage Willi
Hrokcn Hip lit llem-li Heiul
Wheeler After fourteen months
of Idleness, local mill starts up with
117 men on payroll.
IIMNl). March 111. Tho torture or
n broken hip which would not slay
set, nceoutuutod by three days travel
by sleigh unit by unto over utmost liu
passablo loads, wns endured by Mrs.
l.loyd Heeler of Silver Lake, who
was brought lo this city by Inn
husband, to go on to Portland for
Tho trip from Summit station was
mndo In the Silver l.uke auto, singe.
Newport Waldport road to be
completed In lime for tmirUl travel.
c MrtiN jn
t,r . ttt
NEW SPRING MILLINERY
In Splendid Afxuiiliiicnl mill HI) lex. Wo me
sporlnl shipment or new Hats -tlm stylus represent thoiio
At tho Moderate Price of
Don't fail to read the Herald Classified Ada.
Putting the Save in S(h)ave
For 1.00 you can buy any of the well known safety
razors, such as Gillette, Auto-Strop, Gem or liver Heady.
Each outfit will give you hundreds of cool, comforaable
Come to us for extra blades, Shaving Lotions, Talcums,
Shaving Brushes, Styptic Pencils, etc.
We sell all the well known brands of
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William's, Palm Olive Shaving Cream,
Menneii's Shaving Cream, Shavaid, Lysol
Cream, Johnson's and others.
NylotU Cold Cream !c
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Pond's Cold Cream iMcnniHUle
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Colgates Charmls Cream JMr
Hod Feather Cold Cream IWc
lucrum' Milkweed Cream. $1.00 and .Vic
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Woodbury's Facial Cream (10c
Volvctliu Vanishing - noc
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that its use is always
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100 lbs. Chick Feed $3.35
100 lbs. Chick Mash $3.25
100 lbs. Meat Scrap $6.00
50tbs. Charcoal . $2.50
100 lbs. Ground Bone $3.25
100 lbs. Egg Mash $3.25
100 lbs. Dairy Feed
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124 South Sixth Street
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