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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
I'. It. HOn,U....i:lltor nnd lutlllifT
II. It. 11ILU........ City Editor
Published dally except Sunday,' by
Tho Horuld rubllshlnR Company of
Klnuiath Knlte. nt 119 Klghth stroot.
The'Ctean Up and Paint Up" Jlrmy
mmm"' ., ! a mmm --. ft i i -bms
Kntored nt tlio poslofflco at Klnm
ath Fulls, Ore, lor transmission
through tlio unlit ns soccmd-cls-s
MEMDElt OF TUB ASSOCIATED
Thn Associated I'ross la cjcIusIyo
lv untitled to tho neo for publica
tion 0f nil nown (lUpntchr credited
to It, or not otherwise credited In
this paper, and nlso the local nowa
Trnsn.iv, MAY at, mas
TIME TO CHANGE
, ItKdON lias good rc.is6n. and
thn logical tlmo In here, for
Joining a crowing national movement
for the repeal it tho direct primary
method of choosing cmulldates for
imlillr Otfli'o nnd a return to tho old
1'nilcr the conentlon method ofi , . , . . , , ...
, ,. .. ..... , .. , - 'demand for what b0 deem rght!
Refaction, there vrculd bavc been ,,...,. , .. , , . , ,
..,., ... ,. , ,. Obviously thn slelght-of-haml,
no tch ridiculous. Issue. Injected Into 1 ' ' "
tho raco for governorship ,,s ha, cc..trddllnB offlhold.r. who
madn thU Mat. In ' the ,, "n rry ater on both ahoul,ler
week thi object it natoumftvl obsor
v. J "
l SSV XV
t is siv I i yHL ! PP-' s s s s s tv .a
. 1 1..-
vntlon by pclltlcal observer from
const to coast. , .
It 1 Impossible to esllmnte how
much damaga has been dono to busi
ness development In Oregon by the
publicity received In the primary cam
When the Issue crytsalllied news
papers all over tho country carried
headlines to this effect: "Ulan Can
d Males Conceded Strong In Ore
gon." And the day following election
when tho population centers ot the
stato piled up a majority for the
Ku Klux cholco for governor, whlih
tt seemed impossible tor Olcott to
nrereome. nw$papcr far and near
nreclalmcd: "Ku Klux Wins Oregon
Now. of course, thn same news--tne-s
carry tho flnnl returns re
errnl of th first rstlm.it., b.ut n
grrit deal of harm h$ bepn dono,
r-ven though every render, .jvho.
s been looltlng townnl tho west a
i future homo or n gpod place to
'-vest money In development enter-
!. Is conlnced that tho first.
"nrts were erroneous, and Oregon
' st'H rane. there yet rc-alns.tbq
'"I that thp Ku Klux Klan Is strong
n Oregon and tbo conclusion will
"ors'rt that this Is not a safe place
Wo have too much confidence. In
tho sound sense of the pcoplo of the
stato to believe that the primary
ballot represents the best Judgment
of tho state. It can only be account
ed for as mas hystorin, mob psychol
ogy, shrewdly manipulated by ambi
tious politicians to advanco their sel
Wo predict that when tho repub
lican voters find bow dangerouslyl
near they bao been to tho edge of n
proclj.lc,, of commercial. Industrial
nnd political dissolution, they will
recoil In horror and tbo revulsion of
sentiment will sclldlfy tho majority
party of Oregon and bring about .a
sweeping republican victory ln No
vember. Hut w0 were too clos0 to chaos for
comfort, and It must not be again. In
tbo absence of the direct, primary It
could never have boon. 'o repre
sentative group of party delegates
would havo Indorsed candidates
capublo of bringing about such, a
situation, Tl!0 needless and vicious
Issues that raised themselves nt the
last hour, would huvo been stamped
out at the beginning.
Under tbo direct primary system
party loyalty nnd personal qualifica
tion!! do not enter Into thq chplco of
public servants, Thd only qualifica
tions n cnndldntn needs Is a deslro
to bo elected. Ills roputatlon Is not
weighed, nor is ho' bound by any ac
tual pledges. Tim 'opportunity for
tho shruwd uud cunning candidate
to win nguln the man w,hosn self-respect
will not pormlt him to stoop
to unscrupulous and degrading meth
ods Is obvious.- ,
Couple to tho direct primary the
recall, umt an almost liiburmount
nblo barrier Ih raised against good
men entering political contests.
What man of enough moral cour
ago to do right under any and all
circumstances nnd fur-slghtcd vision
that innkus an efficient public cor-'
vunt, will sucrlffco tbo ease, of )r!-.
vato Ufa tor tho more than doubt
ful honors of public service, when ho
can count' upon a disgruntled- minor
ity hounding him to political death
with the recall on tho first occasion
when his best Judgment forces him
to tako a, stand against tho popular
without spilling n drop, be flesh In
oao ramp and fowl in thu other, has
th0 best chance to hold his Job un
der present conditions. Hut he holds
Jt at the sacrifices or the public wel
fare. When Governor Olcott, with tbo
Issue forced squarely upon him, dar
ed to defy the arch-foes of Ameri
canism knowing "as he must havo
known that he was taking grave
chances with his political fortune
he proTCd himself a courageous lead
er, the exception to the rule that the
direct "primary and tho recall have
filled public offices with tlmo-serv-era.
Just as this appears to us the
This is thu l.ibor picture that r.'nll
street sprnt over n million dollars
to slop from Iwilng shown on the
Tonight lit thi Strand, and ontlro
proceeds go to tho tlmberttorkers
Radio broadcasting was first In
troduced to the American public by
tin- Union Collogo Itadin club of
Union college of Schunectary, New
York, on the night of October H,
192. Phonograph music wai svnt
through the nlr to pcoplo living
within 100 miles of tho college at
that time. Kor tho next two months
loglcat time for ridding this slate ofi this college station "Vas thn first
tho direct primary and tho recall,
as clearly docs It appear that It must
bo done through tho republican party
with Iten W. Olcott as the leader ot
Freak? legislation, fol-de-rol and
foolish political experiments, have
led us close to the brink of chaos.
Let ut awake, throw off the
shackles of Ignorance and blindness,
and inaugurate a political program
that will brins; about the same rate
of progress In business development
In Oregon as prevails in California
' Faddlsm and freaklsm aro holding
us back. We cannot make any real
economic progress with such politi
cal drags upon us. Tbero will never
be a more auspicious time for initi
ating a policy that will bring results.
DRAStATIC HIGir-I.KiHTS OK
THB MOTIIKR ANI THF. LA IV
ono In the United States tb regit'
larly broadcast musical programs.
The farthest north station Is lo
cated on an Artie Island 10t0 miles
northeast of Norway, which serves
as a weather outpost of tho country
by sending out warnings of ap
More than 17.500 IprorporaUons
of radio companies were filed in 20
states since January 1, according to
data gathered from various state
capitals. These aggregate a capital
zatlon of more than $90,000,000.
New York Central railroad offl
clatg and officials of tho American
Telegraph and Telephone company
BE PRETTY! T
Tbo tremendous human story of a
typical American family, caught In I
tn0 maelstrom or existing social
A slim little girl In a quaint little
cottage. The gTeat mill owner nnd
Another girl The friendless one.
She is canrht In the meshes of the
A manly American boy, because
of a crime he did not commti, Is
about to pay tbo extremo penalty of
The real murderer confesses. The
slim little girl, attempts to save tho
The governor alonb can save htm.
Tho slim little girl, In an automobile,
pursues the governor's train.
The rushing automobile races with
death agalnst-the' wlndswlft express.
It Is a "contest of speed between love
and th'o law. '
The earth seems to quake. The
sun Is dimmed. The moon loam
Its lustre. Stars fall to tho earth.
It Is the last hour.
Hut love Is victorious.
The tears that flowed through a
passionate battle with life aro kUsed
away by love and happiness.
A story of human hearts yester
Briefly, the story of "Tho Mother
and the Law" has to do with a mltl
strike, wherein un Industrial mag
nate, wanting, more monoy for his
so-called charities, stands against bis
employees In their resentment of un
warranted cuts In wages. A hoy's
father Is killed, and tho boy, going
to the big city, Is drawn Into vicious
and 'evil ways from which ho Is res
cued by a girl's love and faith, Fat
a, crime be did not commit, tbo boy
i sent to prison, is unjustly condem
ned for murdor, and after a thrilling
race between an automobile and an
express train, Is saved from paying
the extremo penalty of' the law.
Try i.'rniulnnMli'T'fi Old Fnur(
Itcs-ipo of Sago Ten
Almost every ono knows that Sago
Tea and Sulphur, properly compound
ed, brings back tho natural color and
lustre to tho hair when laded, streak
ed or gray. Years ago, tho only way
to get this mixture was to mako It
at homo, which Is mussy and trouble
some. Nowadays, by asking at any
drug storo tor "Wyeth's Sago and
Sulphur Compound." you will get a
largo bottlo ot this famous old recipe,
Improved by the addition ot other in
gredients, at a small cost.
Don't stay gray! Try It! No ono can
possibly tell that you darkened your
hair, as It does it so naturally and
evenly. You dampen a sponge or soft
bruBh with It and draw this through
your hair, taking ono small strand
at a time; by morning the gray hair
disappears, and after another applica
tion or two your hair becomes beauti
fully dark, glossy and attractive.
ore reported making plans for tbo
Installation ot radio telephonn sets
on nil passenger trains running nut
of New York so that communication
with nny city in the United Btnte.i
via radio nnd the present trtophtmo
cystous will be possible. In addi
tion to this use the New York Cen
tral Is planning tho extensive use
of rndlo for dispatching moving
trains nnd communication between
thu front nnd renr ends of long
freight trains. New York Central
tugs nnd forrlo nre nlso to bo
EAT LESS MEAT
Take it Olav. of Hulls to Hiij.Ii Kid.
ueyn If Kindlier IVolli'V
Never let water In your storage
battery go below tho plates or ditm
ngo will result. Always use dis
tilled or pure water
Killing moat regularly eventually
produces kidney trouble In some form
or other, says u well-known author
ity, heciiiiHo the urle mid In moat ex
cites the kidneys, they heroine over ever over
eorked: get sluggish; clog up mill
cause nil sorts of distress, particu
larly hackurho and mlsory In the kid
ney leglotii rheumatic twinges, no-
Bcnuliful Ncv( lint.
i'i:atimiin(I i.Aitei: n.oi'i'r ri.owim tiiimmcd math
IS AM. Ur.HIIIAIII.i: coi.oiih.
ere headaches, ucld stomach, con
stipntlon. torpid liver, sleeplessness.
'bladder mid urinary Irritation. I
Hie moment your back hurls or
kidneys aren't acting right, or If bind-
iter not hers you, gut ntioiit four
"If I Could Only Get
Up That Gat I Know
I Would Feel Better"! "ces of Jnd Salts from nny good
(pharmacy, take n tnblespoonful In u
Ihm't buy nr Vrdlnar y.yn ''. wmblnwl with llthln. nnd has
i.ilil,.iu f,.r t....,.,Ar,..v. n. i!.. ... .. 'een "eu lor geucrnunns 10 ntisn
n un. mure aim ujk uir hi ... .,i ,ri,. i,
genuine llanlman's tins Tab- n I," "',"., .L'..?
ke three tablets nil hour be-1 !'".1 f.U . "" "' "
first-class drug store and nsk for u
fore meals and ugnlu three ufter eat
Ing then watch, Now comes a sur
prise. No more gas. no more smoth
ered feeling, no difficult breathing,
Itemember, llaalmaim's (.as Tub
clogged kidneys mid stimulate them
so to tielltrnlUe
so It no longer
Don't suffer' itellef awaits you. Old,
hnui'xt "Ml .Iiii'iiIin Oil" him rill od
milllomi of iheiuimllsm sufferers in
tho Inst half i tury, mid Is Just ns
guild for scliilli'it. neiiriilRln. lumbago,
luirkiicbe, .sprnlns mid welllngn. -Adv
Irritates, thus emllng bladder dlsor '
Jad Salts cannot Injure anyone;
makes a delightful effervescent llthln.
water drink which millions ot men
and woman take now and then to
lets are. not only for the relief, but ,M'1, ,n" H" .?"" ri nnry organs
nlso for thn prevention of gas. Most ' r. ' J nvoiuing serious Kinney
peoplo with gas suffer rom nervous !",,'tt""-"" A,lv
dyspepsia not common Indigestion. -
lUalmamr.s das Tablets In the 53,521 rars of appliM shipped
famous yellow Package, price one del- ,rnm rollr ,.ncf , norlh wwUnrn
lar, are sold by Star Hrug Co. J. I . , , , . ' ,
llualniann. Chemist, San Frunrlsco. r,a,M from uly ' ,J21, '" March
Adv. 1, l'J22.
Hub I'aln Auny With n Small Trial ,
llotlle of Old "St.
This Pure Cream
Stops Head Colds
Apply In Nostrils It Optna
Air I'Jisaatt Instantly.
What's UliKiiimitlsni' Pain nnlv ' Colds mid catarrh l'ld llkn nmgli'
Slop drugging! Not one ruse In flf- to soothing, houlltig, antiseptic, cream
ty requires Internal treatment Huh that penetrates through every uir
soothing, penetrating "Ht Jacobs OH" puniiK and relieves swollen, Influm
dlrertly upon the "lender spot" unit id iiieuibranes of iiiimi mid throat
relief comes Instantly. "St J aro hi Your I'lnggi'd no.trlls open right up
OH" Is it hurmti'ss rheumatism uud mid nu can hreathn freely Hawking
sciatica liniment, which noNer dUup mid sniifllliig stop Dun I stuy stuffed
points nnd cannot hum the skin , i ! nnd inlnoruhlo
Umber up' Oult complaining' (let liet u small bottle of Kly's Cream
n small trial bottle from your drug Halm from our druggist. Apply a
gist, mid In Just u moment oti'll bojlltllii In thu nostrils nnd Kt Instant
free from rheutiiatlo mid sclntlo pain, 'relief Millions endorse this nnurdy
soreness, stiffness, mid swelling known fur imir.i than fitly years.
Our New Spring
men of every
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New Styles Single and Double Breasted
Sport Coats at $25, $30, $35, and up to $50
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New Spring' Styles Nettleton
Straw and Panama Hats to suit
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
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