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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
' TVMDAT, APRIL M, II
The Evening Herald
r. R. 0OVLH....EIMor mh! PnMkher
M. R. HIMY M City Kdltor
Published dally except Sunday, by
Tbo Herald Publishing Company of
KlamatlTFAlls, at 119 Klghth street.
Kntercd aft ho postoffiro at Klam
ath Falls, Ore, for transmission
through tbo mails ai second-class
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Tbo Associated Press li exclusive
ly entitled, to "the .uio (or publica
tion 0f all nowi dispatcher credited
to II i or not otherwise credited In
thin paper, and alio tbo local cows
tuksoav, APitiii 23, mas
ARE WE FREE?
TIIINKINtl cltltens cannot but
Alow with alarm the growing
encroachment of tho federal govern
ment upon the rights of the state,
and the personal rights of tho cltlicn
who compose, the states. There Is a
ronstant tendency of tho federal
courts to set aside the constitutional
resttlctlons and Justify the ends at
tained, regardless of the authority
and legality of the, means.
Tho procedure of the federal Judi
cial and executive' departments sen
an example that Is, belng!fo1loed by
officers of the states: and the result
Is a tattered constitution and'1 feder
alization of the governmental power
that fetters tho states and their cltl
tens In Increasingly stronger bonds.
Tho most vital right for tho pro
rervatlon of liberty Is tho guarantee
of tho fourth' amendment against
search or sclture without formal war
rant, Issued upon probable cause,
supported by sworn (ettlmonr. desig
nating tho place to be starched, the
reason for tho search, (the crime
charged and tho nature of the Illicit
possessions which ar0 expected to.be
Ilut not a day passes without viol
ation of this provision by zealous
agents of the federal government, In
vestigating alleged .breaches of the
prohibition law, tho narcotic law, the
sedition law, or heaven knows wbat
federal law. And the police power of
tho state, and jhe state courts, lend
their aid to federal agents to vindi
cate this unconstitutional usurpa
tion; this arraying of might against
the right that tie constitution guar
Wo do not argue against law en
forcement, but we argue for the en
forcement of the law by orderly pro
cess. We maintain that the cltltens
of the state hive, under the constitu
tion, sol power la regulating 'state'
affairs; that It was never Intended by
the framera of the constitution that
tbo federal government. In time of
peace, should have the thousandth
part or the latitude In direction of In
ternal affairs that It Is exercising to
day. To analyze the usurpation fully, to
thow from every angle, and especial
ly in the matter of federal tax-gathering,
the ateady loss In state control
and tho overwhelming gain In feder
al domination of the past ten years.
would open a field too w'jde to be dls
ruMed In one brief article.
Hut the danger Is here. Wo have
unreallilngly awung In a few brief
years toward unlimited federal auth
ority, and away from the constitution
al limitations which had .been the
bulwark of liberty tor more than IIS
Tho change came so gradually that
It has attracted little notice; but the
effects are now beginning to irk upon
u multitude and here and there bring
ing forth an outcry from leaders of
The situation Is one that should
liavo some attention from every
thinking citizen. It Is of transcendent
Importance to every citizen to deter
mine whether the basic idea of this
editorial is true or false; whether the
Outbursts of Everett True By Condo
AY. MY rr5lGN, X
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CtAY ou AT
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crtption. or a symbol of respect. The J WILL RAZE MOUNTAIN
people who use it nlas do so of.
somebody else's sister or daughter'
and never of their own. This Is the
blindness of egotism. Tor they who
use a word are In turn the victims of
It front others outside of themselves.
Tho danger of such a word Is that
It perverts tho natural admiration
Operations ItWnic Sucr"fully Tar
ried on In California Ml no
VOLCANO, Amador county, Cal .
April 2.". A mountain washed nway
by placer mining operations Is be
ing successfully undertaken at the
that all healthy people have for that Klonbant Deep mine near here, the
winsome period of youth when the I results of which havo been rich In
girl Is blossoming Into beautiful J K0d. Hugo boulders and tons of earth
womanhood. It would ilegrado Inno- aro melting under tho fornt from
cent lightheadedness of girlhood
when all tho world Is a romance. Into
the sinstcr artificiality of the vam
pire. Healthy girlhood, like healthy hoy.
hood, has Its dreams. It has Its 'ridi
culous periods that are obvious to
those who have become worldly wise.
It dreams dreams, and the far off
horizon of the world with Its glamor
of adventure challenges It. Thcso ro
mantic Ideas are part of the healthy
growth of youth, and are a sign of Its
healthiness. It .Is on these dreams
that th0 future of tip world Is built.
It Is youth that keeps alive the ever
lasting Ideals of mankind.
If this word Is to be banned It is
for decent people to discountenance
It. If thero Is reason to bcllevo It Is
true In Its connotations, or that
young womanhood is taiiinn ueiow
aeeeDted standards, then let us uso spilled the boons ho sa
language which Is clear and definite much t0 her surprise she had been
when speaking of the particular de-iable to effect like changes In her
llnquents. Hut let us avoid clanlfylns ' husband's focd portions, and now
the charm of girlhood under the gen-'he doesn't have to have his pie and
eral condemnation of the terra "flap-! cake all the time. At which meal
per." It degrades tho user, as wen as.no uoein i, is noi rcponeu
three monitors, which uo an aer
ago pressure of 1,200 pounds of wa
ter. It Is believed the entire mountain-
will be levelled by July.
Opratlons on the Klephant Deep
property started In October. 1920.
and the mountain has since been de
molished at'tho rate of 2,000 cuble
yards a day.
Men (Set the Habit, Too
Here's "ahuibind who doesn't In
sist any longer on pie and cake for
every meal. He must live some
where around Xyssa, Malheur coun
ty, for thero Is where tho report
comes from. At a follow-up mcet
itig thero some time ago one home
iteninnfttrMnr rpnnrteil nottrealile
Improvement In her child slnco shej The I'matllla rotinty.rourlrll of tin.
had Increased the fruit and vegQl-! American Legion has been organlz
ables la Its diet. And then she ! e' "t 1'iOidleton. The council is com-
aid that posed ot tho seven posts In tho dls-
Itanford MncNlder. National com
mumlcr of tho Amerlr.m Legion, may
be n gucpt of the Oregon department
at Its fourth slate cutnentlon In The
Dalles next July.
The National routmumler oxporti
to attend the frontier day celebration
In t'hejenno, Wjo. a few days pilor
to the opening of the Oregon coin en
Hon, and come on to The Dalles
Commander MucNIder w.m wound
ed at 81. Mlhlcl. and was filed three
times In general orders IKS wear the
distinguished svrWco cross with oak
leaf cluster, legion of honor. Croix Do
Otierro with palms and one gold and
silver star, and Italian war cross.
I'rancls V. Onllowny, elinlrmaii of
the contention amusements commit
tee has announced the appointment
of tliu following ("re.l II. .Me.S'ell.
chairman of publicity; Halite St. Itlce.
chairman or definition committee; S.
Cohen, In charge ot entertainment.
J T Henry, chairman or registration
and Information committee, and l C
Weber, handling the military parade
features The committee plans to
hne various features at the state I
gathering (minding, dancing, enuven-
Hon hall, swimming In the Columbia I
river, excursion, sight-seeing trljts,
"da of 49" exhibition and a big
llarrx X Ntlfon. state adjutant,
of the legion returning; from The
Dalles announced that the coming
convention cf the legion and auxili
ary and the tlrxt state convention of
the La Poclete des 40 Homines et S
Chovaux, "the legion sunshine order"
will witness the greatest assumbluge
or war eterans In Oregon since the
signing or the armistice.
Delegates from 110 pet of the
legion nnd '. unl(i (f the auxiliary
will be on hand,
Time luiN thinned the tanks or the
(1 A It., at St. Cloud, Minn , that
the lew remaining members liuvo wil
ed to disband and turn over to the
American Legion the rospousllilllty
n f observing memorial and other Im
on which th0 hoya of 'ill hne lionm
ed their dead comrades for mote than
hair a century.
Kuril one I
.rf - . . flS7 MAIN !iT
New Hnta Jutt Opened
ndhldllully, designed by America's foremost
makers and priced In accordance; willi our pulley
of the very inot for the very lensl
t . uuii u
Don't fail to read the Herald Clauified Ada.
The Supreme Waling Shoe
Sytfnvty "i n if lie
Y. W. C. A.
l'ralrle City, Oregon ran boast of n
live American Legion post although
Us memberships tois only Is. The
post has undertaken to provide a new
tourist ramp ground for the tit),
members now being busy Improving
the grounds. ptijng city water and
lighting up tho camp.
I'lans for the construction or a log
cabin home for the post Ik well under J
way. This will be the first log home J
of the' legion In the state, announced i
legion stuto officials.
Correctly Guides the ,7oot
A Constant Delight and Comfort
QUKEN QUALITY "Oitco-Tarjal" iliocs
ate spccully ilcngncil to promote the
natural, flexible action of the foot and
by restoring iti normal function! to nuke the
whole body corrcjjwndunjly comfortable and
And withal they arc stylith ho5, conform
inp, beautifully to the lines of the foot while
aiding wearers to restore and enjoy real com
fort in their ever) day activities.
Let us show )ou their femurs today tlir fief
iblc arch, the patented "Arch Guide" heel of lurd-and-soft
rubUr, the broad "tirad," and the "itriiglit
inside line" couttiuclion which strrnglliciis and
guides the foot correctly the elotrlilr fit at etcry
(H)int, jikI the slujxly, stylish Tines of cadi last and
Chas. P. Maguire
riil Main SI.
--snsjt stonHm woik by the mem
bers ot hu post and with the aid ot
teams furnished, tbo Hay Johnson
pout of Redmond Is laying Its founda
tion for tho swimming tank. Con
struction of clubhouse will b started
the use ot the word.
Let us avoid
CON'tfAY TKAKLK IX "Ill'CKIXfS
THE TIOEIl" AT THE KTIIAM).
Herald Tasslflcd ads mean the best
trlct comprising the cities, of Stan-
fluid. Hermlston, Milton, Pendleton,
Athena-Weston, Pilot Hock I'lans for
a Joint celebration or arnilstlco day
and a county convention or the legion
men In the district, were made. A
naturalization und alien survey Willi
be taken and co-operation of posts In
all Its activities will bu endeavored'.
danger exists or whether we. see a
shadow and imagine It Is a groping,
terrible octopus seeking to throttle
the fundamental freedom of Ameri
Kternat vlgllanco Is still the price
of liberty, nnd wo bellevo wo sens
enough of tho dangerous condition
that Is fastening Itself upon our gov
ernment, to Justify us In declaring
that vigilant investigation and studi
ous attention to political causes and
remedies Is the duty of every good
citizen, and tbo' sooner each applies
himself or herself, the better for the
future welfare ot the nation. c
A SLURRING TERM
(The CsOlfOrnlaa) v
HATHVER bo tho moaning ot
the word "flapper" It Is In the
last analysis a atlgma, and not a des
Conway Tearle, who is starring In
"Bucking the Tiger." the SelznlckJ
picture which comes to tbo Strand
theatre tonight, Is a great dog lover, '
and It Is very rarely that he appears.
In a olcture which has not at least
one dog In It. j
In the coming production Tearle
drives one of the finest teams of
malamutes to be found In Alaska,'
and worth several thousand dollars. I
The dogs, which have a consider-j
able strain of woir in tnem no not
always take kindly to a new master
and ir they are not won over are very
dangerous to handle. Tearle, how
ever, experienced no difficulty with
them and after completing tho scenes
In which they appeared was very em
phatic In his praise for his "huskies"
as they are called In tho northwest.
These prize winning malamutes aro
owned by Mon. Jacques Suzanne, a
trapper and prospector from the Hud
son's Hay territory, and are brought
down to Lake Placid etcry year for
the big Ice carnival, where they uru
always tbo center or attraction Alo
amateur night tonight.
532 Main Street
CHINESE DISHES NOODLES
SPECIAL MERCHANTS' LUNCH, 11 TO 2
Taste is a matter of
We tuie it 11 our hone it
belief that the tobjcroi utcJ
in CbciictficM jrc of liner
quality (and hence ot'bettcr
taite) than in any other
ugarctte at the 'rkc.
Ultut if Mjin 1tlu.it C'.
asssTslW W - w
of Turkish and Domestic tobaccos bUntUi
20 now 18c
10 now 9c
(Two 10's 18c)
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
OLIVIA DOES SOME EARLY SHOPPING
WHAT ARE YOU POING
, OP AT THIS TIME IN
THE MORNING, OLIVIA?
Ilaker 1108,0110 contract tor
grading of 13 miles pout load
Newport $20,000 nutatorlmn
I READ AN AD IN THE
PAPER J.AST NIGHY
ABOUT A SALE ON
SPRING DRESSES AND
I WANT TO SET DOWN
I HAD MV HAND
ON IT FIRST!
DID YOU GET
I DID, BUT
IT TOOK All
TO DO IT
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