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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH PALLS, OREGON
Tht Evening Herald
Jb 1 111 fc.
FaMlahed dally aicept Buaday,
Tha Herald Publishing Company- of
XlaMta Palls, at IIS Eighth street.
, mmU a ! a tatnea at Kla
eW.TCasa Ora.i for transmission
tM atalte a aaeoM-claas
0 TUB ASSOCIATED
'Tasj Aaaaetated Pratt la eteluslva
U asrttUssTtej, te mr tor publics
Ilea 1 all Bawa dlspatche. credited
te'aU, Mt otberwUe credited lo
abttitaaar.vaM alio the local news
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EUOEKS. .V. DEBS, premier
apostle of the exploded social
title theory, fresh from the .Atlanta
federal prison, In still tbo same
troublesome character whose aatl
governmental activities caused his
, wartime incarceration.
lie la jtow posint as chief leader
of the striking railway workers,
and la advising tbo rank and fllo
to stick together, vote together and
IlU battle cry has a slalster ring.
While- be would prohablr deny that
he advocated' ttblence, there are
maay men In' th organisations he
addresses who will1 not catch the
dittlactloa; taea to whom the word
"tight" has bat one meaning, a
brawl with weapon;, fists or dead-
we rranicry admit mat Debs' es
pousal or the railway workers"
cause prejudices as against It. He
has always born an agitator and
' Whenever a ticklish time
In governmental affairs, ono can
count apod' Eugene V. Debs hover
ing in tbo offing like a 'bird or III
omen, doing his worst to Inflame
the sltaatlon, making trouble- for
the men In control'-who are Seek
ing a way but.
The cause of the railway work
ers and their employers Is on trial
before tbe bar of public opinion,
and it wjll be well and truly tried,
without prejudice and without pas
sion la the American spirit of
Force cannot initio any of thi
issues Involved. The man who ad
vocates force as subtly, yet as open
ly, as does Debs, Is a dangerous foe
of the republic.
President Wilson, who sacrificed
his strength for his country and
who la honored in his broken age
by all cltlxcns, regardless of their
disagreement with the policies or
his days of power, had Debs' meas
ure, and dealt with "him as be Just
Thrpugh tbe Hearst Sunday
papers Debs Is relating bis prison
experiences and carrying on a cam
paign of cunning abuse of tbcfor
mer chief magistrate, tbe man wh'u
der.plto all Debs' power, did not
temporise with him for a minute
when Debs' activities menaced the
welfare of tbe government in war.
While Debs has, and will continue
to have, jfcl followers, we fall to
discern any of the qualities of true
leadership, anything udmlrable, in
the mass save perhaps his eternal
We would not adtocato harsh
measures, but we believe he is a
menace and the nation would be
better off, and bo would bo as well
off,, If he were back In tbe federal
prison at Atlanta.
HAD A CUSTOMER the other day
ror a set or secona-nana teeth,
couldn't supply it as need
all of the teeth I have now. maybe
you could neip we out. Perkins
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WlnVt Lmmt Now?
a T- LEAST two democratic coua
J ty coaamfttees have condemned
Oovernor Oleott for Injortlng the re
ligious Issues Into Oregon politics. In
the words of a popular cartoenist:
"Can you beat It?"
One of two things Is truo either
the. members of theso two commit
tees aro deliberately attempting to
deceive tho people for political pur
poses, or they are too Ignorant of
thtf political situation In Oregon to
bn allowed at large, much less to bo
allowed places of responsibility In
any political organisation In thlsJ
Tho rnllgloua Issue was Injected
Into Oregon politics nearly a year
ago, by certain self-appointed secret
society bosses of Multnomah county.
Their plans were carefully laid. First
a so-called "Apostate Nun" was sent
throughout the state to stir tho peo
ple up against tho Catholic church.
Meetings were held la every county
In the state, and the most lurid pic
ture of the old-fashioned Papist men
ace waa painted.
This was followed up by a whis
pering campaign, certain trusted em
issaries were dispatched to every
county In Oregon to see that the
time-honored horror of Romanian
were started a their way, and fi
nally Just previous to tho primary
election, at a given signal, every
county la the stato waa flooded with
printed pamphlets, charging tho
Catholic church with every crime
committed since the flood.
. Realising that Governor Oleott
waa opposed to the contemptible
practice of stirring up religious
prejudice for political gain, and
that he was the strongest candi
date opposing them, these same self
appointed bosses of snivelling bigo
try started, to undermine the gov
ernor's support. They again re
sorted to tbe .house to bouso and
Political heelers whispered the
governor was a Catholic, that "5
per cent of his appointees were
Catholics, that hi sister wss a
CathollcNun and so on ad nauseam.
This Is political history. Everyone
at all on the Inside politically, knows
Not until the work bad been done,
not -tintll the fata had been lighted
for the final explosion,, not unto
the poison had gone home did .Gov
ernor Oleott aaaak; Taea ha cama
out boldly aa aay true American
la blat position should have coma
out, net as a ptopeaaat 'of any
church, but u in impartial ckam
plan of all eharchaa; not aa an In
jector or religious Jssaes, but aa' op
ponent, aot as a champion of bigotry
-and intolerance, but aa a champion
of his state constitution) whlrh ha
took oath as governor to defend, and
as a champion of the Constitution ot
the CsUted Stales, which guarantees
to every cltlien the right to worship
Ood according to the dictates of his
And for doing this, for having
thp courage to oppose jhose, who
did Inject the religious Issue, those
who would sell their soul for a mess
of political pottage, he is con
demned by two democratic county
committees for Injecting the religious
issue into Oregon politics!
Npw in all seriousness, and In all
sobriety, and In all sanity, we ask
you and you and you CAN YOU
PEAT ITT ,
Of course, It Is quite possible to
understand how anyone who favors
Injecting, religion into politics, or
who believes In reviving the A. P.
A., or who wants to burn a Catholic
In' oil every morning before break
fast, should, be onposed to Oleott,
but how anyone who detests tnis re
Ijglous political horseplay, and the
whole contemptible business, can op
pose the governor, s more than we
can understand, or we, believe any
ono else. t
Politics aro silly at best, nut
ibis sort of thing passes from tbe
realm of foolishness to the realm of
mental -disorders. Politics has sim
ply gone mad,
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Ten Chicago women were Indict
ed for election frauds. Who said
they couldn't learn politics! Den
Oil signs are being found In the
Philippines. This proves tbeir
claim for Independence js unjust.
Americans la Oermany ssy they
are charged too much. Oermans
want them to feel at home. Clare
land Press. ,
China Js such a big country that
(he correspondents hive ,to hire
guides to "lead them to the war.-f-New
t .saw, i "
TRADINO FURNITURE Is Ilka trad-
iag horses it gala Into (ha blood,
daa't lat asa aava blood Dolsoalaa.
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V 1Br Wwr fW?S sCii iis
' WASH BLOUSES
f In white antl colors; up to 1
j $4.95 for $1.95' ' I
tMaa-gasBBi i i a i -i 1 -.
Sacred Heart Academy
hoarding Ju ml Day School for Hoys and Olrls. Abund
ant wholesome food and Regular Hours. Personal Super
vision with homellko conditions.
' School Will Open Sept 5, 1922
For Information rail on or write,
MKTKIt MJI'KHIOIt, Klamath Falls, Ore
Letters from (he People
I have Just rvad n very Interesting
article on roads for Klamath county
by A. A. Saule. We will all admit
that Klamath county's one greatest
need is a good highway connecting
with the Pacific highway over tho
shortest practical route. It Is not
likely that tbe highway commission
will ever consider uvea a .10-30 pro
position with the county to build a
road down the Klamath river as. the
coat ot this road would be entirely
out of tho question aa compared to
tho other routes now under construc
tion. The question of an oil yoar road
need not In anyway hlmlerstho early
completion of tho (Ireen Spring route.
with a hard aurfaro such as Is now
on the Ashland end. This road can
very easily be kept open all winter
with very little work, as was done
over the Siskiyou mountains where
saow was over four feet deep last
It seems tp ma wlih only 1$ miles
of road to btlld In order to got this
all year outlet that tho chamber of
commerce and the county court of
Klamath county would gut behind
this project and rush Its early com
pletltlon this year.
This road was kept open last win
ter by the Kedford Klamath Freight
line until February, but ror break
down or their truck would havu con
tinned almost all winter.
At considerable expense this road
was put In very good shape early In
the season, but logging operations
have practically destroyed It nt tho
Klamath county Is now getting thn
best mall servlco then at nnytlmo
In its history due to tho tniln con
nections made at Ashland and Mud-
ford by tho stages now operated
over this road. '
Not forgetting this ai n scenic
route, there Is nono In tho stato that
will surpass It over tho Orcen Spring
end of It.
Yours Vry Truly,
CIIAS. II. HOWARD.
We appeal to tho discriminating
public of Klamath Falls and KUm
math county, who appreciate a per
fect fit of .shoes, to patronize our
shoo department. J. V.. Enders c Co.
Bashful and Rare
VtiU clouded tiger, presented tc j
the London Zoo by tbo Prince otj
Wales, is one of the rarest animals
"la tbe collection and the most
Uatid. He seldom comes out where
tta public can ate him.
E, T, Boatman, who has bad a
large experience In some of tho most
up-to-date shoe stores In Portland,
Oregon, and who is a gentleman of
pleaslag personality, is now with J.
K. Naders ft Co. la tha shoe depart
ment. 14-10 iac
P. S. It After Knockers
Hat Plan To Make Money
Well, Kd, I have got a Idear which
Is good for alt tho Jack a man would
wish even It bo had a li- (doien)
wives and If you do not ncreo with
mo, Ed, I will hand you thn Ivory
dumbell. So keep our 11.98 (one
ninety-right shirt) on whllM I ease
this to you. ""
Its thin way, Kd. It seems the
chamber of rommersh sect. Is liven
reading pieces In thn paper all ulinut
theso hero naval hollydays nnd dls
armthnmen hnllydays and he gets n
Idear that whats good for tho world
Is llkowlsu also good for Klamath
cp. So ho takes a look around htm
for something on which to pin the
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hollydny nnd whilst hn Is u looking '
hn romes acrost n couple n birds
which Is giving the town a awful pan
ning. Well, Kd, tha sort, goes bsck down
to his chamber and writes down
everything ho heres and thn more hn
'rites the moar the hair stands up
on his baak SoMhon bo happen to
glanct at newspaper nnd anee some
thing about n hollyday and straight
aways this Idear is born. Ho will do-
'claro a hollyday against knocking.
says tho sect, to hlssclf, which hn
de: ot only do ho do It but he like
wise goes about It to hire a pollen
forco and deotectlves which Is to
round up all theso knockers, which
theys a plenty of, what I moan, Ed.
Oncet a week or so theys to bn n
kangyroo court whore thn birds
whlrb Is pinched Is tryed and gets
(thirty days) or thirty bucks
you no that old linn, Kd. Does the
point pcnnylrato your domo now.
Well, do not get soar, Kd, but you
no what you wroto nbout my Inst
Idear was not no complement and If
you want In on this with mo you bet -
ter can that Office Cat line,
Now my Idear la this, Kd. Theys,
hardly a town In tho country which
It Is not Infested with these knock
ers. likowisa the anty-knockers Is
always In a sweet to get shot of them.
So I will organlzo my own kangy
roo court and foney police and hlro
out to theso dlfforont towns. I get
so much per knocker for each ono I
catch working at It and HO (fifty per
sent) on all the fines I drag down. If
your cylinder Is hitting on all 1
(onn), Kd, even you can see where
theys Jack In It. And I mako you
cheer of police. Grind that up for
hrulu food, eh Kd.
IlimitlFS' California (Town 4azs
liable at Dreamland pavilion KrliUy
night, . Don't mlsa this dance, 1H-2I
F. Hill Hunter vs. Huddle Mi.
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Suit for- collection of $18,785,r,o
on a note executed Jan. 2C, 1921,
won filed In the circuit court by F.
Hill Hunter against tho Saddle
Mountain Lumber company, tho First
Stato ft Savings bank by F. C, Dram
woll and J. W. Siemens". Tho nolo
Is secured by mortgage on 1C5 acres
of land In Sec, 11, Town, 30, 8. R.
10 E, W.M., a sawmill and other
equipment. Attorney fees of flCOO
Work guaranteed, Quality Shoe
J. E. Enders ft Co. pay tho high
est price for farm products. 14-20
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Sir. and Mrs, If. It Spooner nro
hero for a few dnyn business unil
pleasure trip. Spooner Is connected
with the Union Oil company.
Mr. nnd Mrs. It, S, White nro ntt
tomobllo. tourists who nro making
n 10 days stop In Klamuth Falls.
Mrs. White Is connected with thn
Cunningham company of Chlcnuo,
Lawrence llorlou nnd Tom tlnr
rett kero both county seat visitors
)esterdy from their valley fitrnts.
It. I... Swift was In tho city yes
terday from l.annn'a mill nt Modoc
Marlon Nino drove In front the
Nine llrothers mill In Swan lake val
ley for the piirposn of nt'ternllng the
l.eglon meeting last night.
(I. I Htehlilns, engineer for the
state highway, who has been III Ith
pneumonia for some time, Is now
able to sit up. Ho Is nt his home nt
lO.'.tl Pine street.
Max Weiss, of tho Army floods
store, left this mnrnltiK for San Fran
cisco on a business trip.
William Marx, was n passenger on
this morning's south bound train, on
his way east. Ills first stop wild hn
at ItalnRborough, Wisconsin, where '
hn will meet Mrs. Marx and his smnll i
son, who ha been visiting there
for the past mouth I
Hoy llamuker arrived the first ot ,
the week from California for u visit !
with his mother, Mrs. Amanda i- I
maker, of this city.
W. 0. Durhtn, forost supervisor. ,
Is hero on business from his terrl-.
tory nt Alturas. ' I
Dan Wann, a merchunt nt Yalnsx,
Is In toun today milking purchases
Charles llerkwith nr.il lien Union
are two I'orlluml buslneii men who
nre registered at tho Whlto Poll-1
run hotel today
N, II West nrcampanled by Mrs.
West. Is hero frui Itiino, Nevada, for
tho purpose of advertising tho Ne
Tho first of thn week four cars
filled with Kpvvurtli League mem-
U.. 1Ar, tir Aalilntnl III flltelllt tllll '
,.,,. . t,,,,,,
! League Institute which Is being lieltl ,
In that tlty. Tho putty Included .
Mrs. John Yadon, Mrs J. II. I.lnfeh
ty, Mr and Mrs L. K. Phelps, Mrs
D. M. Smith and ilaUKbter, Cerlrudn,
Arlln Wrrell, Mrs, P II. Cnfer and
daughters, Helen nnd Iluth. Itev. aud
Mrs. H. J. Chaney and two children.
They left hefo early In th morning
but Quo to car trouble did not ar-
rho at Ashland until lain evunlng
They will ramp In tho Ashland purk
tintll the last of next week anil then
roturn home, 1). M. Hml;h nnd F. II I
Cofer accompanied their famlllm
over and returned hern last night. ,
IIUBTBR.nUSTKR. My dog, says If
you want to trndu follow him. Per
kins. l7- '
M1H OF THAXKH
u-.. uuh in ihimk mir many
fri,,i,ils for their symuuthy. during
the BJi hereuviiinmit of our beloved
son and brothur, also for thn many
MILS. P. C. CIIINTT.I.I.
1 J. I. Endnrs & Co.
I yur patronage. ,
THOl'OHTH IN PAKHINO
Thcro Is nothing nhesd for tho
man who forgets a promise.
Happiness Is something that re
Dluff travels only to the end of
Wise men must eat, and fooM
must dine. Richmond Tlmes-DU-putch.
La Grande Contract awarded to
Improve .38 miles or highway, nuar
Astorlu Last stretch or pavo
inont between hero and Seaside
Kugeno Standard Oil company
to erect flCOO warehouse here.
. XoyU Pratt, to whom tha frsckla
jaaaaaptonshlp of NaahvUlt, Tsnn.,
Is conceded, now la claiming tha
tMe of, tba.whoU gouth, "I
aouldat have asora frsoUatlass
( had asr fabsjsaya. "
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QUALITY SHOE SHOP
M. S. BIDEN, Prop.
STAR THEATRE TODAY
Mary Roberts Rinehardt'a Famoua Story
"The Glorious Fool"
With RICHARD DIX and HELEN CHADW1CK
It'N it iniiii'ily tlmt Is illfirii-nl limn iiiijllilnu irvliml) kliiiMii
iiml mi nlll Min-ly i-ujuy It.
Friday DOROTHY DALTON in "THE WOMAN
WHO WALKED ALONE."
At the LIBERTY Today
Zane Grey's Celebrated Story of the Wcat
"The Last Trail"
A crashlnK. siiiiihIiIuk, stlrrltiK inovln,. drumatla plcturo ono
of thu very best Zuno (Irny uvit ponned uud ho haii made Home
Kitod onus, too. Note thn leadcm In tho cust Maurice Klynii, Kvn
Novak, Wullaco.Iloirry and Itosmnnry Tlmhy all stars and In
addition n number of other well known support,
To mid lo tho pniKrum we will show the latest News of Tho
Duy uud lo round nut the program Johnny lllnen ju
"Torchy, Conies Thru"
In another of thn fumoiiH "Tnrchy" sttirles, jimltim n fn enter
tulnmeut of inorii than urdlnaiy value.
Coming Sunday William
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by J. A. Polgcr
on page (i.
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Herald Classified Ada.
With now and latest
ready for any shoo
work from tho .smallest
repairs lo tho tnuking
of high tfrade dress
shoes to measure.
Farnum in "PERJURY"
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