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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGOW
KM DAY MAY 10, 1
V. It. HOCMv...KdKor aad PhMWmt
II. n. 1III.L ..-.Cltjr Rdttor
to receive Jew and Gentile, Protest
ant unit Catholic, btnck nml white,
on their merits.
Published datlr except Sunday, by
Tho Herald Publishing Company of
Klamath Kails, At 119 Eighth itreet.
Entered at the poitotflce at Klam
ath Falls, Ore., for tranimtulon
through tho mall ai socond-class
MEMunn or the associated
The Associated Pren la eidaslre
I j- entitled to the use for- publica
tion 0f all news dispatcher credited
to )lt, or not olhortrlso credited In
thtoipaprr, and also the local news
OIUDOHY 80A1W HIGH
I1I.OOK 10 'MAHSV.MKKTINO
(Conlnued from rase 1)
ritin.w may in, ii2s.
Screed not issue
EVERY sonslblo clllicn In tho
f state deplores the attempt to In
ject a religious Issue Into the pri
mary political campaign In Oregon.
It Is utterly foreign to American
principles. There Is no justification
In reason for a religious feud In
The responsibility rest solely upon
tho Ku. Klux Klan, an organization
born In the south and fostered under
the leadership and palng tribute to
on "Imperial ".Visard" who resides In
the south. It must not, can not and
should not find any abiding place In
Protestant leader are opposing the
pernicious doctrines of the Ku Klux
Klan with as much vigor as Catholics
or Jews. Masons, Knlghta of Prlhla
and' Elks lodge aro condemning the
Klan, more severely than we hav
any accord of the Knight of Colum
Wo know of no denunciation of
tho Ku Klux Klan from the Up of
priest or rabbi that has as much
stinging, logical forco as the excoria
tion of such destructive and -un-American
tactic by the Rev. Robert
0. Armstrong, a Congregatlonallst
minister, who from his pulpit at
Spencer, Massachusetts, according to
tho Worcester (Mass.) Telegram.-delivered
thn following reasons for
refusing an Invitation to Join the
Tho man who Joins the Ku Klux
Klan betrays hi lack of the real
spirit of American democracy. How
do you like tbe words, 'Imperial
Palace,' 'Invisible. Empire T It make
me think of the kaiser and hlivaln
boasting or Satan 'and bis hosts as
described In Paradise Lost.
InrislbleTKmplreT What do a
trua American want of an Invisible!
t-mplro? What America want and
needs Is not men who fight under
cover parading in nightgown wken
they would better bo asleep, but men
bravo enough, courageous enough to
co mo out In 'the open and tight the
etlls that you sec. The world is never
going to be saved by subterfuge,
American democracy does not need
tho secrecy of the Ku Klux Klan.
The man who Join the Klan
shows his lack of appreciation tf the
men who have mado this country
what it Is. Who wlll.say that Chief
Justlco WAIte was not a true Ameri
can because ho happened to be born
a Catholic! Yet he served, a few
men havo served. In one of the high
est position In thl nation, placed
there, not by a fellow Catholic, but
by a Protestaat'presldent of the most
oxtremo position of faith.
Who wlltsay that Morganthau
was not a true American because 'be
happened to be born a Jew? And
jet ho wrved .America as few men
havo In bis-critical position aa 'am
bassador to Turkey before be enter
ed tho war.
To Join th0 Ku Klux Klan mean
to deny tho fundamental leaching pf
God who ha told us in HI revealfd
word that He Is no respecter of per
sons. In tbe appeal sent out by the War
soliciting now members for the order,
tho kind of men wanted la sumtaoaed
up In thoso words; 'American, native
born citizen of the United States,
wblto, Protestant. 'Gentile, Intelli
gent, honest, loyal and fearless.
If a man la Intelligent ho will see
tbe futility of such an organization,
If he la honest be will recognise hi
dobt to ulhracca and classea of men
who have helped In the marvelous
growth nnd development of this na
tion. If Iiq Is loyal ho will be able
to abldo by tbe constitution of this
nation und will rocognlz all men as1
having a free and fair right1 here." If
be Is fearless be need not cloak his
fight against evil behind a night
gown and under cover of (darkness,
Ho will tnko his stand for law-and
ordor and challenge other men to
Htand with him. If he Is 100 per cent
Amorlan ho will welcome every man'
und woman who contributes to the
welfare of the nation. If he la Chris
tian his charity will be broad:enougl
those responsible for Mnrlln'n candi
dacy, naming It. N. Moe nnd 1M Van
nice, "that kind of men," whom )i
declared wcro tr.lng to keep price
up and wage down through, mani
pulation of tho merchants' n.t'onn.
Emmlti then spoke of Knui'ltt. lie
told ot his boyhood admiration for
one Robert Emmltt, "lrN'.t libera
tor." Ho told how; this patriot had
fought a Just fight for tho jpptviufld,
hinting that he himself wag crrlnR
on an equally Just fight. Ho omliM by
modestly admitting n distant rela
tionship to the Irish patriot.
Upon returning Id his seat, Emmlttj
suddenly remembered he had forgot
ten to mention the league ?amlld.tn
for county Judge, E. K. Elliot' He
said he felt obligated to Elliott nnd
told of the candidate's ".io-lflc;" of
his law practice "for this particular
Now camo Marx. Marx said that
"speaking a an attorney, tho circuit
court situation requires n remedy.
We don't want cases lyltiK In court
until tbey become putrid," h- shout
ed. Th remedy ho propose.; w.n Fl
llott, whom he appear.!! to blleve
was essential to the wcltr. of Kl.im
ath county. He asserted that Elliott
should not be censured for his par
ticipation In the lawsuit, defending
hi candidate at some length in this
Fordyc appeared as the net
speaker, gaining the gratitude of
some present because of h! brevity.
He declared hi program w bai.cn.
on completion of the Hot Springs'
court house and gave a tho reason
why this program bad not bvon car
ried out that "mall body of men '
had atood In the way. He harp tho
league to understand that a deter
mined flgh; would bo made again, t
this annoying obstruction.
Elliott, speaking for himself, ven
tured the belief that a majority ot
the peoplo were back ot him. Ho
Joined with Marx In asserting that
the circuit court was In a bad way,
sajtng that every case should bo
tried In court and not behind closed
doors. He believed court should bo
called not leas than twice monthly.
He said one should not be compelled
to have a certain attorney who was
In favor With the court, adding that
b 'believed a majority of the attor
ney were with him. Delving Into the
court" house controversy, wlfh fre
quent reference to the "Hog Com
bine," be said be had been In tbe
fight from the beginning and was
"proud of It."
This ended tbe league's program.
Now appeared J. H. Carnahan, es
pouslnc tbe cause ot George A. White
for feeveraor. Carnahan blamed most
of tbe other candidates. Including the
incumbent, for what he termed the
present ""deplorable condition." He
blamed other candidates for Injecting
tbe religious Issue, declaring thai
both religion and politics should be
kept out of the gubernatorial race.
Carnahan was followed by C. W
Eberlela, the last speaker, who ap
peared In behalf or O. II. Fltbian, re
publican candidate for national com
mitteeman, opposing Ralph E. Wil
liams, Incumbent.- Eberleln based his
plea for support on the .assertion that
William' 14 year -in office bad re
sulted in little benefit.
AN ECZEMA SKIN
CiwN l.lllti nntl On-rtwnci Trouble
AtliMtM Ou'r Night
Any breaking out of tho skin, even
fiery, Itching eczema, can tie uulckly
oercomo by applying Mentho-Sul-pluir,
declares a noted skin specialist
Hecaiisc of lie germ destroying prop
erties, this sulphur preparation In
TIKE ITS TO
l'n l-css Ma'! If You Keel llmkmliy
tr Have llladder
Meat forms uric acid which excite
and overworks (he'klilno)s In their
etforts to. filter It from the stiim.
Regular eaters of ment must flush
the Kidney occasionally You must
VUH'i till! CH l(MI II I U''HiniH'll III- . . ....-... ......
stnntly brings ease from skin Irrl' rollout them llko uu relltoo jour
tat ton, soothes and heals the eczema
right up and lears the skin dear
It seldom falls to relieve the tor
ment without delay Sufferers from
skin trouble should obtnlu a small
Jar of Mentho-Sulphiir from any good
druggist and uso It Ike cold cream -Adv
bewels: remoMiiK all the acids, waste
nnd poison, elm- you feel a dull mis
ery In the kidney region, sharp pains
In the back or nick headache, diz
ziness, your stomach sours, tonguo Is
coated and when the weather Is bad
mi han rheumatic twinges The
urine Is cloudy, full of sediment ; the
channels often get Irritated, obliging
you to get up two or three times dur-
.Ing the night
To neutralize thesn Irritating acids
and flush off the body's urinous
waste get about four ounces of Jad I
Salts from any pharmacy; take- a '
tablespoonful In n glass of water be-
foro breakfast for n few days und j
your kldne)K will tbeu act fine nnd
bladder disorders disappear This
famous salts Is made from the urld of '
grape and lemon Juice, commncd
with llthla, and has been used for
generations to clean anil stimulate
sluggish kldnc)s nnd stop btndder
Irritation Jml Salts I lnevoenslve.
Tho old-time mixture or sage lea harmless and make n delightful ef
and Sulphur for darkening gray. fervescent tlthla-water drink which
streaked and faded hair Is grand, millions of men nnd women take now
mothers recipe, and folks aro again am, ,, ,,,, avoiding serious kid-
Beautiful New Hnts
' For Summer '
rilATl'UINU I.AIKli: IM.OI'I'V W.OWIlIt TRIMMED MATH
IN ALU DEHIItAlll.i: COI.OItH.
WITH SAGE TEA
MKM with Sulphur It Darkens
Si Naturally Xolnwly
using It to keep their hair n good,
oven color, which is uulte sensible,
ns we aro living In an age when a
youthful appearance Is ot the great
Nowadays, though, we don't have
the troublesome task ot gathering
ney and bladder diseases. Adv.
Tho ladles ot St. Paul's Episcopal
guild will sono n chicken dinner nt
tho chamber of commerce, rooms Fri
day evening (election night). Fifty
mo sage ana me mussy mixing ni conU ,-r nlate. Rocolnts ro tn the
home. All drug stores sell tho ready-. rhnrrh hnii.iin,- f.,.. ir..m
to-use product, Improved by the ad-1
ditlon of other ingredients, called, j K, Endcr & Co Exclusho
"Wjeth's Sago and Sulphur Com- ucent for
pound ii is rry popular, ociauju
nobody can dlscoxer It has been ap-'
piled. Simply moisten your comb orj
a soft brush with It, and draw- this I
through your hair, taking one small,
strand at a time: by morning the,
gray hair disappears, but what de-,
llghta tbe ladles with Wycth's Sage
and Sulphur Compound la that, be
sides beautifully darkening the hair
after a few applications. It also pro
duces that soft lustre and appear
ance ot abundanco which Is so ut
t . -i
"Style Shoes for Stout Women'
i4 ANHEU3gn.nU3CM. INC ST. LOUIS
Medford Grocery Co.
Klamath Fall, Oregon
it calls for uiuiHiial
uitieloH and needs.
The Koxall Store linn
tfivon puiiiHtaking at
tention tO tllOHO (lo
mands and in equip
ped to supply every
article your physi
cian may ' recom
mend. Keali.iiip; that upon
the prescription may
depend the patient's
recovery, wo use only
highest purity, po
tent drugs and chem
icals and have adopt
ed a system of check
ing that makes error
impossible in our
Star Drug Co.
vril AND MAIN ST.
Herald fasslflod ads moan tho best
To RELIEVE BACKACHE
lL lli (Miiloiiilhr iuIi-Iiui tfnir.tr.
CD firili tor full Irtalnwnt ),,
ltd M.inrr -t It IV. I ll,ll., .tli
urhM.1 frbiti ui
Cwrin'ft for Drugg
Kl.ilinith KalU Oregon
7 have found this itmple
recipe mnka a delicioui
ami zcholeiomi tee cream
1 cup water, 1 tip. vanilla, I
cup sugar, 2 cups Carnation
Add the sugar to the milk
and stir until the sugar i dis
solved. Add the vanilla and
Ircexe. Use three parts Ice and
one part salt in freezing. Thla
recipe miles one quart.
II you havtn't mv
Ulultratid kMhltt f
100 trttd rMlpa.
writ far csy !
C,ollo Milk Pr4
uiti Co. 303 Cmkt4
BMf , PortUa, Or.
ARE AT THEIR BEST
We are receiving a large shipment for Sat
urday. Phone your order in early. We deliver
at 9 :00 and .3 :00 o'clock. Just what you want as
carefully selected as if you picked them out
Always the best of everything at the
HURRY CASH GROCERY
524 Main Street
THESE are mighty easy
styles to look at Lively
cheerful sport models,
bright, characterful pat
terns, in tartans, over
plaids, and stripes.
As easy as they arc to look upon
they are just as hard to wear out.
Strongly twisted tweeds, hard wear
ing cassimeres, worsteds and cheviots.
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& A I i,bm
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Klbrn silk mIiIiIh I:i varl-color,
radiant (tinea, Th-jy Just spaiklo
with color tint, ItitorHpcrsod
with pronuuiicad strlpoj mi liu
troiiH flbrn ulllc, Urvut ialti-ni
Others $30 (o $55
.Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx
WI AINT MAD AT NOBODY"
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,rf , r J, .. M I J -r-fOr "
, LAWN or
MURPHErS SEED STORE
424 .South Sixth Street Phone 87