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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 11, 1922)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
P. R. 80CLfittlttor ud IblUhr
H. K. JOLIj ! atr'MNM
V. C. Nirklo AdmiMaic Manager
Published dally except Sundar, by
Tho Herald PublUhlng Company of
Klamath Falls, at 119 Eighth street.
Entered at (be poitofflce. at Klam
ath Falls. Ore., for transmission
throunh the malls as second-class
MEMI1ER OF THE ASSOCIATED
Th AorltM I'nui It rxelnslre-
tr entitled to the us for puolica-'
lion of all news dlspatche credited
to It. or not otherwise credited In
this paper, end alio the local news
and has made Ned ford an armed!
I am looking at Mod ford onlv. '
no further. I want to say that 1 1
haTo many, many respected friends
In the Kl.in: and I hox 1 can '
keep them Indeed 1 am hound toi
them by fraternal ties miich'stronp. '
cr than those of the Klan could
ever be After many months of ob.
servatlon, knowing ttu Inside and
the outside. 1 am attacking the
What a Good Band Means to Us
jTi:sn.Y, JiiiV ii, urzi
fjr KLAMATH Kails as the reput
l tlon abroad of being an Inhar-'
monlcua community. In the llpht of f
changing conditions this Is r.e: true. ,
and with the majority It was n-j cr ,
as true as critics bcllcwil it to bo ,
In failure to rcal'ze tlm waste)
from Inability to pull together Klam-i
ath Falls Is no whit wore off 'han,
many another community. whoo
family quarrels get far less publicity.
Ono thlnir for which v.c mar thank
our lucky stars Is the failure of the
Ku Kliti Klan virus to "take" here.
As n disrupting Influence the
Ku KluxJUan has the djnamic force
of a whole flock of courthouses.
Hitherto peaceful communities have
been r-pllt asunder, life-long friend
ships shattered and grievous wrong
and ruin down by the dollar-huntlnr
ktcagles of the ktan.
In n lata issue of the Med ford
Mall-Trlbuac, Edison Marshall, tbo
nutbor. vividly portrays the work of
tho klan In Medford. Head It. and
you mst agree that Klamath county
has cause for the ilcof'cst thankful
ness that the ridiculous propaganda
did not get a foothold here, and you
will further rwolrc that
II; . I- WISltAItU
(I1.1I11111111 CluuiilH'r nf Commcrw IUiiiI Committee
Have you ever stopped to consider this nuestlon Think It oxer
Is there a nyin. woman or child In the community tint iloesn t enjoy I
things that the organlrallon un- j hand cencert:
wittingly has brought about. After Klamath Falls has an opportunity to have a first class bund and If I
seeing what I hae seen, after lo the citizen will help vv0 will have an organisation that will bo 11 credit to
I but, been a resident of this city for 13 joars, and during that time,
we have' had n fairly good band two different years. 1910 und tll. The
remainder of the lime have had no band except for n handful of old
timers that would get together on some spocl.il location utnl do the best
they could However, ever year the question Is asked Vb 1.111 t we
have .1 band this vearT" Tlier.. are several answers The best one Is
great fraternal orders hate divtd.i the people of the community hate not been billing lo support the baud (
ed against themselves on account ' Another answer that would apply to the pa-t Is that heretofore we dm
of the same trivial cause It has j not have enough permanent residents ho were musicians and we could
entered Into politics ala cut- not offer rwltlon to outside musicians. lloweer. that condition ha
side -the sphere of fraternal so-j changed considerably, nnd today we hate H men whom we ronldrr per
manent cltUens and good band men This gives us a rounuatimi to ork(
from An advertisement was lately run in several musical JcurnaW ask-!
Ing .musicians with trades to communicate with us. with the Idea of.
locating those who were desirable and who would become permanent '
cltUcns We had a treat many answers aud hav0 selected a few of tho 1
most desirable applicants to try and Induce to co.no here The lumber
men have acreed to give eniptoyment to these men. and In fact two tery
desirable men hare already arrived and are working. Ono of thive men,
has a family, says he likes Klamath Falls, and will purchae 1 novae
here. This Is one of the answers to "What does a good band mean to a
community ' We expect to have about ten or twelve more good '"en
on account of a Stranger In our. located here In the very near future. And now. If the citizen will give
Midst a Stranger that came to us their support o will give you a band that you will appreciate and that
from a land of race-hatred In the the community win bo proud of.
south. whoe coming was never TimrH.iv -veninr un will cive .1 concert and dance at the navtlllon
We have asked that tickets be purchased for this event and that ou
WW. M.U.l.KTT M.U.I.I.TT
Office- over I'mtervvood's
"III A Main I'houe ftJIK-J
months absence. I can not con
scientiously do anything else
1 come back to find the Amer
ican 1-eglon. an order ct veterans
that can do more good In one week
than all the Klaus on earth can
In a year, split in two Indirectly
because of the Klan Some of our
cletles and It l not only the
greatest factor In our local elec
tions but In our state election too.
We arc facing an expensive recall
election a foolish thing of pre
judices for causes that no one can
learn tlrown men are packing
around guns, afraid of every tap
on the door. Ituslness houses are
being bojeottod men are losing'
their jobs. I-ong standing friendly
relations have been uroucn atii
Justified In the first place
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inc MranKcr inn i nunn xav ... , . t .1.1- t-. u.-.i ....,.....-. ...,. .M f-
alleS to help ubea on hur W ' their services. However, tt does cot something to keep a c6m
ns. and brought mfsfo'tune upo" Pctent leader, buy music and pay the ordinary running expenses of a I
us It Is time to let him go and 1 hand.
with him tho professional Kleagles f We have asked that as many of the ladles as can spare the tlmo take
that work for him. a few of the tickets and sell them. Ono lady. Mrs A F Mover, respond-,
It those friends of mine of whom , ej and sold tickets Saturday. Now. one lady cannot be expected to do'
I sreak will go away for 60 doys. j aj ot ,ne erk: wc hope some of tho other ladles will asslt The band,
far enough to get a good look.. mfn tef ,nat they are doing their share. We know the business men will
come back and see what thebt w, watu th(, cltixens to help. The business man Is called in every
Stranger has done to us. they will I d ,0 donate t0 one cau,e or inother and few people realise what this t
m, nii ?i,lni?' means. Therefore. Instead of asking the business man to bear tho entire
22t7 w. i LfJirS?. il burden we are asking everybody to join In and support this worthy
for th-it matte? antl-Klans VedH " u tor h bcDCflt of ,r" cn,lro "nmirar We will give a'
lord Veld" good? powe?ful ge 'free concert once a week and donate our services on such other occa
togcthcr club, and needs It quick. lons as are of a public nature
m I This Is your chance to have a good band if up to you What are
arc you going to do
Tickets can be obtained at the chamber of commerce
"Prohibition an. aid to thrift.'
And thrift Is certainly an aid to pro
hibition these days. Kansas Cltyf
Soma of the candidates can testify'
as long as 'that the bco which was buzzing in
vou have strength to combat it. It'thclr bonnet wasa humbug. Ash-I
never will Instill Its dcadlr. dlscor-levllle Times. ,
dant poison Into the hearts of the
oyal. sensible citizens of Klamath
Newspaper rvaJers are familiar In
a general way what the klan has
dono In Jackson county. The state
cttorney general Is tnvotlKatm
It Mr Edison keens un asking,
questions he should Iwcorue in time,
a remarkably wclMnformed man.
New York Tribune,
If we bad'sent delegates to Geno.i
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throe outrages. In which citizens ;lnP "R" auains iruce raign: nave
wcro taken from their hw". by'1" extended to Include Chicago
masked mobs, according to the a'- -N' York Tribune.
fldavits. threatened with lnchlng
M.i nthprorlu. a.sanlteJ A recall civilization U on trial, as the
has been launch against the her-! Plmlsts ay, why not dress It uP,
" flat v rr.mt ikitta.i. Is mhpiIsc w.t :
Iff of tho county and the most iza-1 - --.. -w.-. .. . ..,. -u,
probable charges are blng madePU ' or an American jury:
against him by goslpIng tongues. "-""'"'ua "'
Where law and order rrljned a few
months ago. disorder and disrespect
for the w tablished law prevails.
That is all In the general ns
daily Now get Edison cioscap pic
ture, -which he entitled "A Stranser
In O'ar Midu":
You can bid business pessimism j
farewell with gcod buys. Washing-'
t ton Post.
Cheer up. The first three months)
of summer are the hottest. CIcve-
On returning from two menths,
In the furthest, wlldeii end of , ....
Alaska I find that an extraordl- ."Attorney Ift Fortune 'head-j
nary and sinister situation has .line. They seldom do. Toledo
developed In Medford The coun-! News-Ilce.
try Ju visited was famous, at) '
nnr ilmf. fnr Ejn.nlav nnd Ivnch-i
Ings. lawlessness and sudden We do not know what the flap
death; and there arc a fewpr's long suit Is. but It Is plain It
camps through the territory , , not to ear. New York Amer
ican. " ' I
' Soft-coal nrirtri Have been fixed at
covers and Is standlns on Its hln 1 j toe inne,-. w( ,,r6bably b
it?""?""B'P-,,!:!-! overhaulril en route-Heavr Kz-
of one Idea that was never a good press. ' J
one In tho beginning. .,
Tho Idea I mean Is that of the.) Supreme court's classification of
Ku mux Man. mis is no iitob' ouiia brd. .. ,IorI,n -,,. .,,..
slflcs sport. Wall Street Journal, t
Could It be that prosperity got j
the seat of Its pants hooked on to'
Hn.ip.eak of prices? Syratusp lut-
that do not yet present a
quiet, rural, iaceful scene, vet
I find that In two months our quiet
residence city has kicked off U
to mince words with talk of a "cer-
tain wcrot order." I feel somewhat
qualified to speak en tho Ku KIux '
Klan. and I can explain why If
need bo. 1 want to hay in the be
ginning that roniiv things charged;
against tho Kn Klux Man nre
to Tho Evening Son. two)
burglars were surprised by-pollce-
irue nnd laughable. I know further (Standard
that many men practically every J
one ot ino iw wuom i persunanv Accordin
Know IO 09 nivmiu'r are rajm-m.
conscientious citizens. Joining tho
hodv for patriotic reasens: nnd In
deed, tho published program of thel been. "NeV. YftrV Trlburfe.
Men is onp mat nr K(oq tijiirn
rccd far. Tlut"tlie Idea "simply bar
not worked. Instead of finer
Mail Delivery Notice
Star Route Mail Cannot Be Delivered to Patron$
Without a Mail Box
The P. L. & R. strictly forbid a carrier from
throwing mail on the ground. Way sacks are obso
lete, they are never where they should be. the car
rier forg'ets and leaves them in his car or you forget
to hang them out. A box is always "out."
The regulations of the- Department prescribe
that persons desiring delivery service over a Star
Route shall provide and erect at their own expense
boxes conforming to official specifications and re
quirements, and that the boxes shall, if practicable,
be erected on the right hand side of the road reg
ularly traveled by the earner, or in such position as
to be easily and safely accessible for the delivery
and collection of mail by the earner without leav
ing his conveyance; also to place the name of the
patron on the' side of box next to the carrier as he
approaches the box.
Carriers are directed to make report to post
masters of any boxes which do not conform to the
regulations, or which are improperly erected, and
postmasters are required to notify patrons main
taining the boxes to remedy the defects, and if the
patrons fail to do so, to make report thereof to the
Department. In this event the facts are reviewed,
and. if such actipn is found to be warranted, in
structions are issued for the withdrawal of service
until the requirements are complied with.
-An observance on the pail of patrons of the
regulations noted above is essential to an expedi
tious and efficient service, and you are requested
to co-operate in an effort to maintain the best pos--sible
service by promntly correcting the irregularity
by putting up a REGULATION LETTER BOX.
thus facilitating the work of the carrier and avoid
ing any interruption in the delivery and collection
Yours for better service,
JOHN A. McCALL, Postmaster.
New York's police commissioner
men while at work. They mim hnv;.luas goiie to Europe to study crime
conditions If ho would stay right
, at homo ho could study thorn ai
Ocrmau-.andItusaia will befriends first hand. New York Tribune
lV nut. kiivuu - r
Amcrlconlsm. 'tlo crushing ,of an-1 for long imt. since neither can
wry than rlghtlns It Washington j
Washington I as s'.oppcd saving .
anything now Oklahoma News. i
nrchv'aad prcvTiitlon f lorolgn In
vqsIou, It has succeeded beautiful
ly In waking n religion bigotry
In waking a religious bigotry such
as has not cursod this laud for
somo years. It has practically dis
organized great orders and IiikiI.
unions that weru bigger than the
Klan ever was or ever could bo.
lend money to the other Washing
It's over three years since wc be-,
gan to rave about tbu blessings of
peace, and wo are still raving.
Columbia nocord,. . . ,
STAR THEATRE TODAY
'CHARLES RAY in
"GAS, OIL aha WATER"
AutiM speeding: lntlTo nlahl, Alrjliim Mliirrlng metlirjitl, M"t.r-rycl-
louring tli'tvv'ii li(, iKirrter, 'unit t'h.ul ll:iy Mttrln new
lauxh mill" neV tin III In uiioiIht mi. J lil-T l;il.-i iililuiv.
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'' FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Wall&ce Reid ancTEUie Ferguson in
Another Big pecM,,, ,,.
n ti- f, ...-
AMhe LIBERTY Tonight
Our favorite star, gay
VIOLA DANA in
The story of a girl who gave up
rolled stockings to acquire a
roll in business.
"THE SHEIK OF ARABY"
FOR SALE I
l'ed Oar". I con Mniv)oii mini),
nil good. Will li'iiilc. Wli.it
liuvo tut. Inn ril Snle. Itllit
prlct'-,. orriio 'Jill lliiiuil HI.
si:i: iiiru I
S. CROUCH, D.V.M.
IIU S. Illli St.
Send for dircrtory of Oregun
manufarfiireil good l.carn what
the Orogon brands r- ak f'.r
'hem In name
lvijUsittnPwA' lHllu t;jii " l B
. . . teasing fragrance- of iiiadi'-iii-Oiegon
parfiun. powdirs and talcs soft as eider
down, face creams-these and oilier toilet
requisites are iiiade-in-Oregon.
Many tried and tested medicinal prep
arations and articles sold at your drug
gist's are manufactured here.
Druggists who are community up-build-ers
carry these Oregon Quality product.
Look for the Oregon label when you buy.
Encourage pav rolls. Keep the workei-s
busy. -13UY OKKUON PRODUCTS ON
Huy Oregon made products at your
70?. Oregon Building, Portland, Oregon
1 !. Or 'vii llidu.liM inaki lln-Kon I'lmhn'-' tt ..in
buy at our ilrug:li .ui, uihi-r sti ns Ak lur iliun
Buy from Merchants
who display this sign
vii'iihan'- "lin duplat tin
sign ure cumu'iiilt) upbulUler-
Th'y st-ll and rerjmmond t)r -
KOli Quality mereilnnilise. TUvs
mt 'it your patronage
Aiuoricau Soda Wo;k
lilumauer-Knink Urug Co
t'larko. Woodward l)nu Co
t'ucolto I'rodurU Co.
i rystal Ice & Ijturaga ('
IVnno Pood Co
I'ug-O-Han Kales Co
I'lan, ('has I Co
Uardner Cigar Co
(lets It Soai Co
Olemcu I'roduru Co
ts flm Candy Corn.
:. Mrl'iin K I'erri
Maicluoi.l r cream Co
l.i liran Maria Cig.u I'd
f.tn (', Ch'mIii
l.mUrl KttnA Cake Soap Co
'' ll'H-il I if Cn-nm '
Mt lluoil Soap l'i
Mutual Creamery Co
Nratle's I'ooil Co
Otegi :i Aitllii-i.il I. mill I
l'a-lfl- Coast lllii'iill Co
I'.Tiflr Coast Cone Co
laelflr l o.nl I'enrll Mf i n
Calmer Co . dene
lli. Ilenr Snti
ll.iv il Nut Mfg i
l!'iell A- (illliert
Shaftm r f. 'u
srtip nf I'rtinr ( o
T ii l"ti Him nil
or n andv Co
A gh' i i i ii .,
h Mr. Business Man !
Are you making an intelligent use
of the passing hours?
To save time is to save money
money saved is profit profit i3 the
object of business.
There i3 no greater factor in tho
economy of time ijmn the use of the
long distance telephone. The serv
ice is prompt, efficient, cenvenient:
Consult the telephone directory as
to rates and classes of service avail
Every Bell telephone is a Long
(if Ml w
The Pacific Telephone
And Telegraph Company