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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 21, 1922)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH, FALLS, OREGON ""'"""' ".' """" "" "'..l
S. F. BALL' CHIEFS
PROMISE AS STRONG
.TEAM FOR NEXT YEAR
BAN FitANCISCO, OM. 21.
Olilt'fi of tlio Hnn Frnnclaro tiaso
tmll club, which won (ho l'nclflc
J6i lenguo iirnnnni this year, In
ImiiI to Rlvu tlio tan ni RtroiiR n
Icnm noxtycar an they hnrt this year,
JnM Millar, mananer' of Hie SeaW;
tftclArod fctljptlV, ,',..', ' ,
"Bun Kranclncn In tftti srctilnsi jiit
nor Icngun city In tlio In ml ami, ?
ch, dcrrci llm KrwlcU itlmit!
1iiikiio JinnoImM tcnin," Miller snM
"I am innkliiR no iiriillcthm fur V.2?
but I can irnmlo that tlm cltib will
Ifo n pennant contender If It's with
in tho powpr of tho owners nml my
rolf to lo ro."
Miller Ictt rcccnllr for -his home
In Kearney, N. J. after bavins won
tl'o ponsiant iliirlnn lilii f'rnt year ai
manager In tho co.ut league. Ho
came wot Inst March far bis first
year In minor Imruo b.inob.ill.
Two San Francisco stars, Willie
Kamm and Jimmy O'Connell, go up
000, In their plnco.i, however, Han
Francisco will have two youngsters,
Cono Valla nml Hal 1th) no, both of
whcni Bhow creat promise,
I Tho pennant was thn first won
1 by San Francisco since 101 7 nml the
first championship to bo raptured by
I In; rluti under tho ownership of Dr.
C. 11. Strub. Charles 11, (Irahnm,
ctiergo A, l'utna maud Tom Sto
Walter Mails Would
Return to Coast League
SAN FKANT.SCd,l ct. 21 Wnl
(cr Maljs, )Ir Olovoland AtucrU'.ui
southpaw pitcher, wants to come.
j back 'to Ihb l'a fie Coast barcbat I
, league nett jiar with San Francicrj
'or Parninicntn. MjIIi In l?20 was n
Clcvrhuul ntc Iii-ji thn Indians won
ll.n American lo.igtio pennant
"I have been Riven permission to
ctaUe a doal with any Coast league'
J club that wants "hie." Malls said
I "I had a chat with Charlie (Iraham,
' Mp of tho owners of tlio San Fran-
clsen rlub. and he said bo wanted
to -the majors next year for the' me and would write to Trls Speaker
hlRhost prices ever paid for minor J tho Indian manaRer. to sec If It can
lencuo players. Kamm was sold to.be fixed up.
Chicago White Sox for 1100.000 and "Oh yes. my arm Is as pood as it
O'ConnclI to the New York (Hants, ever was. t can win up In the ma
champlona of tho world, for I7.V Jors but I don't like the climate."
and the Governor
Wicn n randlclnto for the I1I.1I1 office nf povemor !. Ill" can
(Hilary rn ccrtnln rlnlniK 111M iroiulv to nlwt lie !'! 1 1 If
dcclcU, the public Is entitled to lime Ills rlahiii niwlyiitl and
In tills rninpnlKti, Walter Fierce lm Kne about die miintr'
melolramalleally trmlng tax Mil- In two by 'way of UluMnitliiR
vhat lie will do to Hues If c!rrtrl.
Tlio volcr then M1011I1I nnalyrc the lax nmlter to the rnlent of
becoming Infortnol n to Just wlwi part lie punnor plnji. lis Ini
poilne or rrdiflnjr fxrx.
In tho first place, the volcr OiouUl Lnutr Hint the total ley In
OrrRon for ID: U 1U, 173,000.
Tills I a reduction of over SI,.TOO.0H from last jct." r that It
will bo tvrn llic Itlp.lt cot of government following the nr l
Of tliU loan Iev of 10,000,000, over W 1 ,000,000 w.T. for
county, city and hclioul district purx.cN utcr wblrh the gorernor
could have no notslblo control wltalcver.
Or the rensauilag SO.OOO.OOO for Mate punKeo. only ;t,.,WM),00()
are taxea over wlikfi lliei legislature ban any discretion, and of tliU
amount, ouly 92,300,000 are for die actual ronses of state gov
ernntcnt and might, therefore, In etrn tbc remotest degree, be
dinrgrd to the method employed by tlw governor in administering
the state's affairs'.
In passing, it should he noted that this state levy Is an lncrrac
cf 41 prr rent since 1010, and not several hundred per rent, a.s
Mated on various occasions h- the democratic candidate. It should
alo be noted that lesi than half of this 41 per cent occurred dur
ing Mr. Olcott's administration. Tliis ability to keep down the cost
of the Male government to so small an Increase, uben Hting ex
pcmtCM in the ordinary homo in the sanio rrlod inerva.setl oer100
per cent, 1 a most creditable sboulo.
Mil. WKItCK'H TAX HKCOItl)
It is proper at this point to examine Mr. Tierce's own record on
taxes' and mo if past actions as a legislator square with Ills wonts.
Of tlm 0,370,280 of state taxes for 1023, which Include tho
mlllage taxes, Mlt. l'IKRCK KI'KCIFILMIXY IUI) AI'l'KOVKl) OF
9H,M4,0ftB, or 03 per cent... Kc had no chance at most of tho
other 8 yer cent.
Of the 1022 state taxes, Fierce introduced bills accounting for
81,430,130, or 13 per cent.
Iii addition to this, he toted .for tax bills Introduced by others
to tho amount of 80,114,100, nnd ho lias given hi public approval
on numberlrhs occasion of measures passed since hn was returned
from llm legislature causing taxcx amounting to 91.020,801, mak
ing a total of state taxes approved by Fierce of H,.10I,0:W, or t2
prr rent of the total 1022. Thrro is no telling how much of tho
ivmnlnder l.e might have approved of If lie had had a chance, nnd,
it may be significant that the state taxes havn decreasrd out II
per cent slnco Mr. Fierce was retired from tho state sen.ile
Mr. Fierce has uluujs been a roiisUtent tax booster. He toted
against only :l pir rent of all the appropriations of tlio 1010 ses
sion of tlio legllatiiio and toted for all the appropriations of tho
1030 s:Ktlnl session.
ite toted for submission of 8100,000 bond hue lo build a iriv
Mr. Oltott, at no lav cxpeusn and ullli prison labor, has fixed
up the old Ieni(cntlary in excellent sluipc for another US years,
Mr. Fierce introduced the bill into the legislature exempting
money, notea nnd liKirtgngeN from taxation. If litis bill hail car
rled it would have increased tho tax buulen of tlm farmer.
Mr, Fierce toted against accepting a gift of road machinery
- ,.. nuiriiuiiiuii uui uiiKiiiucry now amounts in value lo
!lt'L'lVlll ,1 fii1iwiL at... ....
JTIm a bo to are but n few of the rxlratiigaurci, of Fierce. Mr.
OHott, on the oilier hand, bus conducted the business of tho slate
In an economical, an(. and business-like manner. Hj has sated
Hm xlato HiouMimU of dollars lii-causo of his leveMieadiiliiesH mid
his Ultimate l.noulrilge .f stnli: affairs. He' built a new Hoys' In.
iIustHal S,iool building by diversion (if H millage fund, auil there
fom wlthoul n singlo lent mldltlonal lax. II.. luu inui.i .,....
development of the various Mate farms connected with Hie stale
Instltutlem. till C:v pivseut year shows tlio unprecedented iiuomo
- from llils n.tlirc of Jl llll.r.14. He Is no talker, no politician, no
idle promlsrt, and is not seeking re-election under false pretenses
nor caler'iiK 10 prtmllie, hut is going to Hie K-oplv on his own
splendid 1 mil, conflihnt that if ho rim but get tlmt lecord and
Mr. Flct. mi oiil befoiv Hie totem of Ois-gou Uuit he will bo
tindlrnlJil 111 election day, Tuesday, Noteinber 7th.
YOTE FOR BEN OLCOTT FOR GOVERNOR
HITl'IIUC.t.V HTATK CKXTltAli COMMITTKK
Walter I-. T3CW, Clvlnunn. V. K. lngalls, Kecretary.
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We Welcome You
to Klamath Falls
We want You to know us and know our
Prosperous Community Better
We Like You San Francisco
Because'Yoii are Live Wires, with only one object
,. in.miid. and that is the progress of your city.
Klamath Falls Citizens are Live Wires, Too
This Store has been pulling and boosting for the betterment of
Klamath County for the past 1 7 years, and
We have Some Town, Too!
"I Ami Mad at Nobody"
TONIGHT AT THE
WHKIti; KVKHYIIODV (iOKH.
1IOMK OF THK HODKl.NHO.V FK.VTl'HKS
, Monroe Salisbury and Jane Novak in t j
"The Barbarian" 'J L
Show SUrU 6; IS Adrpisiioi'lOc and 20c
The Western Cyclone, 'Big Bill Fairbanks, in
"GO GET HIM" f?
A daring adventure of the Northwestern Police.
Also, Tom Carrigan in a Nick Carter Detective story
' and good Comedy.
Continuous Show Sunday, starting at 12:15, 2:30,
4:45, 7 and 9 o'clock.
10 cents ;i. ; j.dmission. 'y ;NI 2r0Jcens
Hero is your chance. Wc have a few used
fa? machines that we! are"oing to sacrifice.
Some of these machines are as good as
new. Ther5e machines run from $35.00 up.
We havo only a few of these, so the first
come, the first served
Comet Electric Company
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