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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 22, 1922)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
iPuklUk AStl A., k.
rJM Herald Pttbltthtng Oobmbv' of
KlatsatB FaUt, at 11 Eighth street.
1 1 .aTestarad at Ue aostotfl at Klam
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tanKar aot efcetwlse credited la
lab) Mr. and 'also tfat local Mwi
frffirjMv, siii.v 22; ia.
I INVESTIGATE FIRST
strikes, or falling to thli, to turn out
Coal fcgtd keep traftlo successfully
moving deaplta them thla la the 'in
escapable refaonsflllty V)t the rom
bided force of oiirgoverment from
city police, constables, sheriffs and
governor to the president.
Iabor difficulties should ho ad-
juaicaiea in court una not on a
battlefield contlsllng ot the proper
ilea In which worker earn their
livelihood. Force, fire and blood
ahed can never do Justice suffering
and loss are the only results ot such
procedure. Modeslo Hers'ld. ' J
i5 Tf?)rv 1-41 if ii it" , 1 ' till1.
JTHliESS bloodshed and ruin
S are "staring from tho coal and
the rail strikes nation-wide.
For aeveral weeks production of
coal has been curtailed to such an
extant that a fuel famino is prac
tically certain the' coming winter.
Wttllo railroad transportation still
continues, the outlook la ao uncer
tain that ohlpners of perishables are
hnaltallng to take chances and effects
are being decisively shown on prices.
A complete tie up of rail lines at this
neason would leave fruit and vege
table cropa decaying In tho fields' and
eeasUtute a financial blow to the
eMBtry'a basic Industry whose effect
W0uh' be felt with terrific force
throaghoat all lines from banking to
tLiTis or sinaers, inoso inclined to
Militant action to prevent othera
frem working where they themselves
wl stot, and Uvea of non-union
workers aa well as cltltena belong
lag' to neither aro at stake. Vast In-
vestments In mine and rail nroner
tKa are at tho mercy of those In
clined to red-handed destruction.
Abo" all tho tlmo that tho contend
ing faetlona may be shooting, club
bing, murdering each other and ap
plying torch and dynamite tho great
mass of America's people are help
lessly facing a fuel ahortage In the
forthcoming winter witn resources
tremendously redneed with which to
meet the economic stress. If ever our
Mtlaaal aid state governaaenta have
faced a tremendously fateful domes
tic ertale that day la at hand.
fa the present portentous situation
whle local, state and federal gov-
.fBRMata mtttil9F.ife. 't seems
HMt-wegugeeco m strategic prepara
tion 'ta'vaat every possible cmer
feacy'la abaolately Inexcusable. The
battle which waked' yesterday in
vilest Virginia could have been pre
vented by preparedness on the part
f atata authorttlci. And ao With"
every other storm center they are
kaawn before the storm breaks. Lo
cal,' state or federal government, or
all combined ahould ne en the Job
with folly adequate formes at every
potential seat of trouble and each
preaaradneae ta not Impossible under
protest circumstances. To wait un
til after a battle haa-been fought be
tween striking miners or rail men
and private guarda or strike-break-er;
aa tkaa IVESTIdATE and tend
4a)mty ahertffs or troops to pick up
ta dead aid look over the ashes of
iaatructloB la nothing short or gov
ertimenul stupVUty,' '
(Tka) coal mlneii must bo set In op
eretta th4 railroads must be kept
waVttwg the, welfare of the great
aumS'ot Amerfean paople and of the
eoatendlag- factiona ithemaalvea de
mand It. And the claim of th
Harding administration to a right to
be coasldered offcstively praise
worthy or of any governor to the con
fidence of his people will depend In
M small measure upon tho strength
and decision which la now shown In
meeting thla tremendously raoraen
taaa labor upheaval. To settle theso
July 3. 192:.
Klamath's gateway, the Klamath
river road, baa been characterised
by Mr. Theo Young ot Midland as
the million dollar road and by
Chan. n. Howard a an expensive
road on which we could not? get
outside help, and therefore entire-
,'ly out of the question. I would
ainwer that no one has asked for
money or expects money until wo
,'ary ready to spend. The Klamath
river road Is Inevitable. It will
,come, I repeat It. sir. It will coma.
,'Do not be blinded by other pr-
,'Jcts. Simply recognise tho river
'highway aa Klamath's gatoway I1
all that U asked at thla time.
It Is first Important to know
'that we are right, and then It will
bo time enough to go ahead .afer
The beat road Is always the cheapest
add It M'TPOnomr to build the
beat, although we may have lo
Memporlse with other rosds until
the time comes when we can bulla
,lbn one road ot which we will be
A fair cstlmato of the cost of
the river road will bo made later,
but IX California ran build the
Klamath river road from Horn
brook to the ocean for one mil-
Klamath Cuba Play
Beatty Here Sunday
In -a return game, on Modoc field
tomorrow afternoon, the Klamath
Cub, uhder Manager Al Baker,
will endeavor to show tho spopily
lleatty Indiana a thing or two about
baseball. The dubs traveled to
lleatty laM Sunday expecting lo
bring home the Indian sculp, but
left their. Instead, lotlng ti.r one
run In a 9 to 10 game. Maker
says the Indians have the bot team
In (he county- bar one. '
Lumbermen To Stage
Second Game Tomorrow
"Ponltrymen of Klamnth eonnty
who can possibly spare the tlmo
ahould plan to bo prvseut nt tho
1 nimr nn- iiiuiirinrn a txinvrnuon
to M held in Cnrvallla AuR"t t-3."
said Frank Sexton. "No poultry pro
duror can afford to mlsi tho oppor
tunity to lieiir such men ns Profes
sor Jnmes lllco of Cornell university:
Ilr. J. It. Ileaeli of tho University
ot California nnd Protestor James
Dryden of tho Oregon Agricultural
collego. A full program hn boon
arranged starting at 1:00 p, 111. Aug
ust 1 nnd cnntlmiliiR until tho close
mi the nfternnono f Annum .1. Splen
did facilities will tin nvnll.iblo for
tlion who deslro to camp."
There seems to bn some misunder
standing In certain districts In re
gards to the cost of tuliereulen test
ing. Tho only cost will bo th,o 10
or ln'cl'Ms per bond to defray tho
cost of transportation of the lnsiee-
tor In charge. Petitions for this work
Tho second game of tho Klamath
Lumbermen's league will ho played
on Pelican Itay's ground tomorrow
afternoon at 2:30 between tho Pell-
can nay Lumber Co. and tho Kwsuna
This Is tho Kwauna'a first gamo will bo found at tho following placea:
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Hon. eight hundred thousand. It
should not cost one million to build
the same road eight miles. As to
lotting outside help, I would say.
wo don't need It. Uulld It our
To show the auto club, tbe cham
ber of commerce, -the county of
ficials, tbe people, the merits ot
the river road, the Klamath river
highway dab la being formed, with
Captain Applegate 'as president ot
the club. Captain Applegate' has
bee one of the best? and "hardest
workera In our chamber of com
merce for years. He is a path
finder, a military man. an 'bis
torlaa. and a booster. He Is In
favor of the riar road as are a
great number of oar cltlxens. This
club will give' you facta relative
to this road and anyone Interested
.can consider himself a member and
add his bit by giving Information
to Captain Applegate, who will be
Ihhtorlan of the club. At a later
date tbe data will be given to tne
chamber of commerce. t" .
Answering Theo. D. Young of
Midland, I would advise him to put
up Ills hammer. jVbltlock Is al
ready looking for him. Ha throws
up his hand aad says It can't be
,in If rHaia in roads, ehean
,'roads, when there are no cheap
roads except, at tbe .price or thou
sands to travel' them" after you
, build them. I am satisfied to let
him (ravel the Weed' road over a
summit' a thousand feet higher
that the Blskiyoni, and across a
desert, a hundred mile trip to get
fifty; I art satisfied' to let him
stay home In winter and smoke 'his
Bull Durham Instead of peddling
ii; but for me I want lo go down
a water grade' road bn New Years'
day and' bring back my friends
and a 'load of oranges.
I would answer Chas. It. How-
'ard 'in his own words. "Tbe one
'greatest need of Klamath county
'la a' good highway connecting with
the Pacific highway over tbe short
est dad modU pYactcial route."
iFSllow citizens, consider 'tbe three
'roads, aad which do you consider
th ' shortest ' and most practical?
"isnut sod." '
You m'sy 'build the Weed and
the" Asklarid roads, hut the lare
of the fashing Klamath, calling
you from (ha bide of Crater' water
to Its homei la the Padfie wUI In-,
toxlcata you with' its commerce and
its majesty, until you- will cry,
''California we will not forsake
you, ypur road will be our road,
and our road will be yours, and
aa a coaveniat of our 'friendship'
we will Join you In the Klamath
J highway down tbe river which 'car
ries, asjt wero, our llfeblood and
intakes us one and Inseparable."
. A. .A. spULB,
as a member of tho leagun but they
have had several private games dur
ing tho season, and It la expected
thkt flio score will bo a close one
Inasmuch as the Pelican Hay's team
swamped tho Klamath Lumber A
nox.tn tho tune of 19 to 2 a wcofc
Sunday, July 30, bmm's mill ami
the Klamath Lumber & Hot Co. will
lock horns at Modoc park. A fee
of 25c will be charged tor all games
In Modoc parkr for tho men, with tho
ladles admitted without charge.
HIGH TltEASON Pt'OMC TltlAL
Klamath Falls creamery Co; Holll
day dairy, Klamath Kails; county
agent's office; Mnlln rtieos factory;
Merrill creamery; J. I. Sparretorn's
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ORKfiON AOKICULTIMtAL COL
I.KOn, Corvallls Tho final reports
for the Malln Sewing eluli, of which
Mrs. Tims. Solprl is tho local club
leader, have been reeclved In our
office. This Is tho largest club In
tho state to romplntn their work
thla year with n 100 completion.
Thero aro 36 members In tho club
and all have done excellent work. '
Mrs. Selgcl, as local cr leader,
deserves great credit for tho work
sho has accomplished and for tho
Mrs. A. F, Snlflcky motored to
Grants Pass this morning to drive
luck n now Nhsh "six" sport model.
Mr. and Mrs. William M. Ifflncnn
and son, tleorgo, Mill motor lo Cra
ter Inko with 11 parly of friends to
Roy llnmn'ker, who has been liore
visiting ls mother Mrs. Amanda
llnmnker, will lonvo today for his
homo In Vallojo, California.
Pr. (leorgo Morrymnn and mother
hnvo returned from Portland wlioro
tliey went to nltonil tho funeral of
Mrs. A. II. llnlley, n sister of the
doctor's, who died tlm first nf tho
Mr. nod Mrs. It V. IlrldKfonl nnd
their liouso guest, Miss Marjorlo cm.
ting, will spend the week-end nt
Mrs. W. A. I.amtls and son. llllllo,
will nrrlvn tonight from Ashland for
n visit with Mr. nnd Mrs. l.on Hous
ton. Mrs. Lnndls Is Mrs. Houston's 1
Don Zumwnlt, elty engineer. Is re
ported sllghtlp Improved today, after
several days Illness nt Ills homo 011
South Riverside. It was feared that
ho mlRlit be III with pneumonia
Mrs, Ruth fJnwen has relumed
from Lake low where sho spent sev-.
eral diys visiting with friends. '
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Idolrest on Spring creek.
Mr. and Mrs. S. i:. Martin mid
dniiKlilxr, Dorothea and Vevlan, tie
cnmpunliul by Kenneth Thayer nnd
Stanley J, OenrRO. who urn visiting
hero from their homes, In llerkeley
and ArUona, will loavo lomorrii
morning for Crater lake. From ifr
lako they lll drive back to Rocky
Point and fish thero for n few das
Mr. and Mrs. O. I). Ilurke and n
party of friends will leavo this lifter
Our prints nrn mndo on VeloK
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experts, aro guaranties of finest quality finishing.
Films received before 9 a. m.
ready the same day at 5 p. m.
Mull )our films, or In Inn lliem In.
STAR DRUG CO.
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STAR THEATRE TODAY
DOROXHY DALTON and WANDA HAWLEY in
"The Woman Who Walked Alone"
A Paramount Picture f
A .iusatliiinl iivi-nii.o,lruiiiii v II limn a dull necmiil Willi IiivIhIi
gowns anil si'IIIiiks, and a tliii- Hiipimrlliii: rani hraili i hy Mil
Coming Sunday RICHARD BARTHLEMASS in
the Jury will be carried out Im
mediately after the verdict and ho-
foro the assembled public.
Radges for a number of public
detectives to be appointed by the
chairman are being prepared by tho
printer and will be distributed dur
ing the early part or tho week.
Every person wearing tbe atar will
be expected to make a pledge to
report all violators to the under
taker aa soon as they are discov
ered, and a later trial of all tho
suspects captured during the cam
paign will take place. "iBL
Wbltlock announced this morn
ing that business bad been extreme
iy dull during the last month and
he was hopeful that tho Jury would
give a nunibr ot the culprits tho
death sentence so be ntlcht dispose
of 'a number of surplus caskets he
hasr on band at the presont time.
An loilated spot In the local ceme
tery has already been prepared
wherein victims will bo placed with
the epitaph at tlm top of ilils
who havo stood by her In her work",
and have helped theso girls nry ma
Warm Campaigns Are Being
Waged in Both Ohio
Mrs, Airrlkan ' And are yor on
eallin'a 'terras'' wit yes neighbor.
afri.'o'tobUf . '
' 'airs. 'iyToole Tha I ami I
called .her'-a 'liar tbe 'other day and
Bha"- caffed 'me' another. Topics' or
Uka nd'TUni. ' ' '
CIIICAOO, July 22. Well de
fined wet und dry Issues havo ap
peared Ini two middle western
states In the campaign preceding
the primaries, while C'ongrassman
Volstead has active opposition In
Minnesota, although tho prohobl
lion Issue lias not been raised there.
Tlio prohibition and untl-prohl-
bltlon forces are waging warm
campaigns In both Ohio and Wis
consin, open claims being made by
both jldes that they will rnntrol
tho next congressional delegation
from these two states. The situa
tion' In the three states follews:
'Colnmb'us, Ohio Ohio voters will
again face tho wet and dry Issue
at tne stato-wlde primaries on Aug
ust 8, and tho resulta are expected
to be of national Interest becauso
Ohio Is the home of the Anti-Saloon
league and several national wet or
ganisations, Recoune of the efforts of thoso
opposed to prohibition to have con-
gross onact a law permitting tho
manufacture and salo of light wines
ini beer, chief Interest will at
tach to tho nomination of congress-
' ;poth the 'wets and drys aro busy
trying' to obtain pledges from tbq
candidates, who are more numerous
taaa ever before In the history or
ihe,vs.ste.' 'Congressmen are to bo
nominated la' the twenty-two dis
trict of the sfate; and In some dis
tricts there are mora than a score
of candidates, t
Tlicru'a no secret
about il. Good Hloren
all over the rlty arc
shotting iiiiii hmv lo
Ht leg-haiitiiimSM for
life litis week.
Wear Ivory Garters
and leurn why hun
dred Of tllOUKMlds of
men Hay they are the
"one and only" Tor
longest life und grcull
All we ask
Is for ou to let your dculer
explain hory Gurtt-rs to
you. Show you liow their
simple iiinslriirtlon no
pails no metal won't
bind makes them hold
up your sock perfrclly
and that's all. You don't
even know you've got gar-"
lers on'whrn yoH wear
Listen lu this t leorlc tire
every inch a garier! There
isn't a hit of dead rlolh'or
-waste 'material In their
whole make-lip. That's
why they hut e made such a
tremendous sucees'a -they
give you more downright
comfort below the knees
than any garter in the
world I 25c and up.
IVORY GARTER CO.
New Or leu lis, La.
tvery Inch a garter!
view, stopped over hero for a fow
hours yesterday afternoon on their
way homo from Cresent City und
other roust towns
A It. Wilson will leave this even
ing for Anlelnpo valley whern ho v. Ill
lslt his family at their summer ramp
for tho week-end.
Ceorgo lloyt of Fori Klamath, Is
In ton this week-end attending to
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. firings, who
have been hero for tho past week
as tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. II. I).
Newell, lc;l for their homo in I'endel
ton esterday morning. During their
stay hern they made tho Crater
lako trip accompanied by Mr and
Mrs. Newell. Mra. Griggs Is Mrs.
J. A. Edwards, foreman of the
Doak ranch, Is In town looking for
men to harvest tho large hay crop
which tho ranch boasts this year.
Reorge Frano and family aro coun
ty seat vlsll.a this wei'k-ond from
MJss Artie and Audrey HrlggH will
arrive thlH oenlng from llalrd, Cali
fornia, for a visit with their mint.
Mrs. A. F. Clover.
Ii. 8. Hopfleld, assistant secre
tary pf tho Pacific States Tiro Insur
ance company, Is hero on n hQslness
trip. Ho was accompanied hy his
daughter, Mildred, and they nrn
making tlm trip by cur, having driv
en through to Klamnth Falls from
.1, C, Thompson accompanied by
Don Nnwbury. left Into Inst nlplit
for Medford oftor a eouplo of days
apont hero on business and pleasure.
Mrs. W. i:. Ilrlggs. Miss M. .
Clark, Miss II. B. Folsom and Miss
R. n. Clark aro a group of California
folks who aro on on outing tour of
their stalo and Oregon. They stop
ped ovor last night at tho Whlto Pel
Mr. und Mrs. K. 3. Ilulgln and son,
WllfTum I.. Ilulgin, left this mnrnln,.
nn their return trip to Portland nf
ter a two weeks' fishing Irlp In
Klamath county. They hail nxpnrted
to (day longer hut worn forced to
iliangn their plans.
Itnllln P. llodolph, an expert ne
rountunt of Ban Francisco, In hen)
on matters of business.
Miss Mabto Hoed accompanied by
her tfro nophnws, Oeorgo and Thom
as Ileed, and by a friend, Miss Alma
fllmon, of fllorktnti, California, will
leavo )n tho morning for Kaglo
Today At The Liberty
'"i hi: sii: or tiii: i.tsii" iu. iiMutirui
Pauline Prederlik slurrliii:. Uoulilless tlm ery
plmmcl.i of tbls nir's mail) tini'HMw I ri'.irln-.l
In this titiiisu.illy flue ilrniiiu.
Sunday At The Liberty
Tliii KPutist dratiMllr nclor of them ull Wll.
l.f.t.M IWItM'.M In tils first picture iilnrc liU
enforced ri'llrement over it yeur ago. The many
ndinlrers of Mr I'arnum" Mil lie Stlad In know
tin has entirely rerovi re( liU li.-altli 1.11 w mny
look for many mom wonderful pictures This
one "PI'.IUI'HV" Is admittedly one of the great,
est of his efforts,
Sunday he show will be continuous.
That's the Number
is the time to lay in, your aupply of winter fuel.
Wc have what you need.
are the cheapest wood that money will buy nnd
is really good fuel. We quote a very low price of
WR TKADK For what money there
In In alao wo like to trade. Per
Tobacco was taken to Knglaml
from America, and declared by ho
clotty leaders 11 luxury Now look nt
FOR BALE Wicker go-cart, Uko
new, Phono 418-11. 22-24
FOR SAU One '10 Dodge touring
car: One 'U.Dodgo touring car;
two '20 Podao tourlns- cars: ono '21
Oakland Six. If. H. Wakefield. 422
Klamath Avo. 22-2C
DRY SLAB WOOD
Tell us of your heating equipment and we will
advise you what fuel is best adapted to your
O. PEYTON & CO.
419 Main St. p'hoe 535
FOIt HAMS OH THAIJB Now huml
power washing niiichlno, 121 N,
11th HI. 22
FURNISHED ONK Room cnb'ln. 121
N, 11th 8t Colonlul Rooms, 22
-Chevrolet truck. 010
.i,iriS,0 ,0 cul--'r"ly unci Mon
day, f2.2C per irato. Publlo Mar
Vtl cl!ANni:-Klamoth Falls
u. r . AnK.l,, Property, 1 lot,
a',?,! ?W A,1.U" ' ,ot- "ullroad
Add. for lot ar houso In I,. A. Ad
(Krl?',.,H,,J.,,, 's""rl'n. Hotel Hall,
Klamath Palls, 'it
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