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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 5, 1922)
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PabUaked dally cpt Bandar, at
i Tk Herfcld Publlahlnjt Company ot
KlaassWrralta; t 11 Kliktk atreat.
Katerad aniieBOilofflea at KUa
ath rails, Oro., (or trwaralaaion
thrown tha -Mtalto .aa eomi-tUusi
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MKMDERoOr TUB ASBQCLiTKD
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TJisj Associated Prats U icloatve
f entitled ,to tho uie for pibllea
tton ot all oawi dtapatches credited
to it,, or not .otnJvf'M credited In
tali paper. ,nd alto, the local taawa
Copt for display ndtortliina moat
be In this office not later than 3
p.w. on Ue day jrecednc tuD'lca
'tlon'ln ordrY'lo'bo Inacrted In the
iaaue of tha papw ot the next day.
Want ad and reading notices will
be rccclrtd up to .12 noon on the
day of lsauq.
HrraJd rabUabinS CVmpay.
TVK8DAV, DKCKMIIKU B, 1022.
NEW STANDARDS I
((F VB aro to compoto In tho
1 market of 'the world with the
nation of the world. mW hive
the brat 'and epeapett ot .ll fc1"
, of trnnrtairtatlon agcnClM and TUB
t NATION'S WELFARE WILL UIr
T1MATELV HE THE YARDSTICK-
' HY WHICH THIS QUESTION WILL
1 RE MEAUReiJ.4' '
i The mai who spoko these worda
defined with exactitude the policy
that must prorall In tho futuro In
dealing with transportation. Ea-
peclally muat th,o west adopt thla
policy, which mean rollnijutahmcnt
of many of, tho old Btandards and
old traditions. If the wcat la to
maintain and tncreaae Its commer
cial and Induatrlal expansion.
You might think that the open
ing paragraph la an uttentneo ot
aome participant In the rail un
merger hca'rlai; at Woahlngton. Cer
tainly no rooro pertinent uttcranct
could enter tho record.
I Out It I not. It Is a quotation
from the address ot J. N Teal of
Portland at the recent "open rlTcr"
onferonce at Pendleton. Tho pur
poao ot tho conferenco was to se
cure state and federal aid for'the
fuller utilisation ot the Columbia,
for, navigation, Irrigation and hydro
Teal argncs that (be waterways
of tho nation should not bo dla-
, criminated against as carriers. All
forms of transportation should, and
I must, bo used to their fullest ex-
I tent, ho declare and the warfare
'on waterways Improvements, both
open and concealed, must cease.
, Thla Is a shattering ot the an
cient Icons, a smashing of the one
aided tradition that bare prevail
ed and grown nlnce rail trampor
tatton succeeded the steamboat a
half, century ago.
Dut the pendulum has swung Its
lene'tb In one direction. Tbo peo
ple, who pay for tho maintenance
and, operation of all transportation,
sensing something top-heavy In our
present distribution system, aro
calling, for a thorough renovation
of existent policies.
I "Whether thjs generation of
transportation managers muat go
the way to all flcah" before the
goal con bo attained Is n question
In Teal's .mind.
Wo would say that the answer
depended upon the transportation
mariage'rs themselves. It they are
men of broad vision they will sea
that there Is big bualnem brow
ing In tho west a potential vol
ume ot traffic that will tax their
combined ability to handle.
If they aro not .big enough to
rwlUe for Instance In the face
of ten thousand replies to the first
advertisement of thn Callfornlnns,
Inc. the big destiny that awaits
the' west; If thoy think they can
, hold back tho swelling tldp qt dev
elopment by the old Chinese walls
around preferred territory, keeping
It )n cold storage until Mines are
mostriropItlous Tor U opening from
Slhoi,(aIllway point of view; if
iney minK iney can nar me nat
ural gatoways with the. rusty, out
worn locks ot another and differ
ent feneration they are figuring'
on a' MjttJobcand tho ponalty ot
failure on any Job la ellmlnatlpn of
tho unfit. ' r
Anyway' the handwriting Is upon
tho 'wall for, those who iavo tbo
vision 'e'Vaiait, and' the balancea'
j - ., . 1- , i, ..-
aro ready rer me wuisuiqk. who
, the people Melding the scales.
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I .'ABOLifH SECRECY
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rspiIKtUt'laimuch to' be said for
tb'o suggestion tbat the mem
bership of ail aecrel or fraternal or
fahtMtloni be made a natter, , qf
puallo record. TMla poller U urgad
Wltk tHattl aUMtlW t ,th, Xtt
not Ito Justly applied to thnt body
without npiilylng It tsiuiilly to nil
it Ifl nvlde.nl thnt tho Klttn thrived
on sbcreey, Thnt lends It n fnlso
Rlanior which attracts the curlotm.
It Ts nlto rvldent that both tho ell
It doen nnd the evil of which It Is
suapectcd are m.iilo puslhln mainly
through secrecy. If n wrong U done
in liio Klan's name, nobody 'kno
who does It, Thus Jusilcn U battled.
? i?ecrecy of rltunl Is fegltlmnte. Iliit
surely no honest society, genuinely
repreiontatlvo of American cltUert
ship, cao 'proporlj' linlst ton" ecrocy
Publicity nf memhcrslilp llsU
w6uld,nrr'n(l nono hut tho "Indefen
sible, Any organised purpose th.1t
must lm masked M notj American,
nn matter,, liat dtiyoteefl of secret
censorship and Invislblo courts ot
Justice may say. There has ne,cr
"been auythliig aejrct about the es
sential principles of Americanism,
and nri organization unablo to faci
tho light and accept responsibility
for Its acts can bo American
.Abolish this secrecy, then tho
Klan or any other order will stand
or fall on Us own merits.
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RH V; Em ts a county,soat visitor
today, from hln ranch ni thn Kivia
J. L. Sparretorn, who operates the
general atore at Iloannxa, Is In town
today on bualness.
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R. Powell, of Saa Francisco', Is
here for an Indefinite, business IsIL.
He la at tho Wbllo Pelican hotel..
C. W .Miller Is a county seat visi
tor this weok from his home at Pine
W. A. Wlest, assistant district at
toweyi Is In Portland this week at
tending to legal matters.
H. L. Nelson and family aro Klam
ath Falls visitors today from Mac
WC. Van Emon, who has been
'i San Francisco on business slnco
last Tuesday, returned homo last
Charles DaLap and. A. II. Page
were ln'tho city yesterday from the
old Kerns ranch near Keao, where
thby aro repairing a dyke.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Merrill depart
ed on tho mornnlg train for Stock
ton, California, whore Merrill will
be cngagod la tbo cattlo business.
Oscar Jolly, who Is Interested In
lumbering, has como Into town for
tho winter from tho camps near
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Huttc. promin
ent Yalnax folk, were In town yes
terday Mi a combined business and
Ward II. Walla cu arrived hero last
night aad left this morning for Yaln
ax where he will visit with his moth
er, Mrs. I). I. Wullace.
A. F. Sneddon arrived hero lust
night from San Francisco and Is reg
istered at tho White Pelican hotel.
He Is trnvoling agnit fir tliii t'nloii
Mr. and Mrs. Kugi.se.. Spencer arn
spcndlUK a few days In Klamath
FalU from their home at tho ild
Chase sttJIIon lieloen here wad
Mr and Mrs. K. Moon, who have
beet In Klumatli Falls tor the past
few weeks, loft this morning foe
Sacramento whern they expect u
ap'end the wlntqr mouths.
W. F. Harris, who has beon here
fqr tho pan week on bUHneK, left
this morultig for Itoseburg.. WJillu
in Klamath FaU Iih w:is tho house
guest of his cousin, Mrs. 0, W.
Miss Ollvti Humphrey, who for tho
past three weeks has been visiting
wth relatives and friends In Oak
land, Cullfornla, returned homo last
night and was back at work lu tho
postofflco this morning. i
Mr, aiid Mrs. Carl Wells hayo re
turned from Merced. California.
'whero thoy apent t'ho summitf, ud,
full months. They expec to bd hnt
this winter as Wei In In employed by
the California Oregon Power com
pany, I MM
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Miss Loronda Bauber arjlyed In,
town this mqrning ou he Chloquu
trajn from Kl'amutli Agency, wh'ero
aho.U employed In tho olflcejqf, Mp
erlntendont Raker. Mli',jSw'ui;)r
win teavjQ on ue moruing train lor
Berkeley, whoro'ano Wlfi vt wjth
friends nnd rolntlveii 'until Jfiniiiipv'
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PORTLANp HAS lNPMTAMi
PORTLAND, Dec, C Snow fell
during the night and early today
covered the ground here with a
whlte mantle, the itcon.d of thla
I liitii.ftEW-HATS' ;;
I ii li 'all ;.lio now shades and
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Former Champion Is Out
To Regain His Lost
Earl Rltrhlo will hap an oppor
tunity to regain the heavyweight
boliig championship ot this neck ot
tho woods December 22 when he will
met Joe Swindler, present rhaiiip,
.lu a 10-round go at Sc.indlu.iWun
Rltchlo lost to Swindler snmn
weeks ago when Ritchie failed to
come out for the fifth round, rlalm
Ing an Injured hand. Slnro nothing
was settled In that match, ltltrhto
was anxious to try' another go. Willi
this for a background, tin- match
should by a humdliiKur.
Twunty-elght rounds ot boxing
are scheduled in this card. Kid
Evans will meet Sid Herbert, a box
er new to this city. They will go
Jack Harmon and Lawrence Daw
will try to go six rounds without
cracking rocoauuts. Judging from
tho way thla match started nut the
other night. It shoutd bo n whirl
wind. No matter which one wins)
the other ts certain to Rho a good
account of himself.
DarreH Ritchie, Karl's young j
brother, and Douglas Perlllurd will
stage the curtain-raiser.
1.tli Earl Rltchlo out to regain
his It-Jt laurels, and fully determin
ed to do so. It would appear that
there will bo something doing at
Scandinavian hall that night. Ritch
ie has been training for some time
for this match, and if fie loses it
will not bo becausa ho Is not In .con
dition. Lewis Kspen, tho gamo scrapper
who loit to Swindler, left today for
San FranclBto whero ho will re
main. As to tho outcome nf hi.
mutch with Swindler. Ripen had lit
tle to say except that ho was lion
cstly beaten and that Swindler Is a
clean boxer. Ho said ho ho!leed'
bo would hate done better had ho
not injured his right ojbow early lu
the fight, nlncc It pained him consid
erable and gavo him a disadvantage.
He did not ire Oils fur nn alibi,
hownwr, nor did ho claim ho would
hnvo wnu ha 1 lie not beon Injured,
Kupi n Mild he expected to get In
to the rlnit game In Kan Francisco,
St. Helens ships 7.000 000 fl lum
ber In week 0 eargoe.i go to Cali
fornia and one to Orient.
link River Electric Co.
DON'T PUT OFF BUYING THAT XMAS
GIFT AS YOU DID LAST YEAR.
Buy Your. Wife:
AN ELECTRIC PERCOLATOR SET
Buy Your Husband:
AN ELECTRIC READING LAMP
Buy Your Mether:
' AN ELECTRIC HEATING PAD
Buy Your Father:
r AN ELECTRIC HEATER, ,
AN ELECTRIC CURLING IRON
Buy Your Brether:
AN ELECTRIC MOTOR (a real motor)
Link RiverElectric Co,
7THND KLAMATH AVE.
PARTY IS HELD
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Istlng parties or form n now party
ns at tho tlnii) uf ihe Civil Wtir "
"What wo need." says ' Senator
N'nrrls of Nebraska. Is less, not
more. parlylHin. Rather thnn a now
party. 1 should like to see Increased
Independence by the voter "
Xeed I-.. I'arl.iisiu
Senator .N'nrrls adds that tho chief
evil llesjn tho fart that peoplo must
vote for candidate especially pres
idential candidate -who are chosen
by orgunKatlon leaders II M Mu
nich believes tho difficulty lies In
blind voting by people aligned with
nno party or tho other for candidates
nominated by that parly.
In declaring he had no Intention
of leaving tho democratic party In
order to organlzo a now political par
ty, a.i recently suggcsti), llururh
wild he believed in tho constructive
lllierullMii of tho democratic party,
lie xald ho thought those who hnvo
liberal and constructive Ideas should
get them Incorporated Into tho old
Pnigresnllo Control Preilli led
Predicting thut progressives will
control tho republican party within
tho next few years Senator Capper
of Kansas says:
"I do not look frr any third party.
However, tho progressiva spirit Jus
tifies hope that lh new- spirit of tho
peoplo ran illreit action through tho
present"' parlies '
Says Samuel ' Comport, president
of thy American federation of labor
"If both parties'' dim m It themselves
to react loa, then Hint h nro doomed.
Rut from the standpoint of today I
do not si 0 tbo ii wd for n third par
PORTLAND, Dec 6 Oattle barl
ly steady nt decline la tit yesterday,
Cboito steers i;.2.'. to f,.7fi. Hogs,
Bteady. feeder stock higher, sheep
sti.idy, lambs twenk temleiicj okkh
stvad butler firm
Gut msults by using class ada.
M o d o 1 h as
low as $C.r,()
m nkii rood
gifts for ull
EARL SHEPHERD CO.
307 JLU.V KT.
Chloro E-Denlu Tooth
Paste, reg. Bile,
now .1 9b
La tut l,u Llvijr, Tonic
.nit. "f'H. nhw tdjie
Coiiglt Syruu SuiiUro
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Stop and Tliink - -
Max Is iTalrum ,. .Kir
Knu do Qlilnlno . .ft.iu
Cream of Almonds Side
('renin Klcayn M..,. ....... C5o
Hinds Honey Almond . r, r.oe
Rtmiin Itciutitler .$. '.t:....' fiili'
Ariiinnd I'uro J'owder m, 50c
Luxurla , xr.r
Pompelun Day Cream r.op
K. K. K. Crenm ...... ,.i..nSo,
MiivIh Fani Powder 60c
Caiinillliil .4 r.Oc
Neet . . . Mir
Kspey'H Cream title
Oriental Cream fl CD
"Everywoman," be she
mother, appreciates good perfume. We have not only all the popular odors
but a number of the new aiuKrarer ones. The.ce may be had in plain or fancy
bottles or in attractive holiday cases. Without sacrificing quality we are able to
offer our perfumes at prices no greater than in the large cities.
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SHOOTS FREAK DUCK
Wliln-llihllnl .'n-ii-Wliin Ti'iiI Is
lliiiuglit llnoii 11) Huiilrr
PORTLAND. Dec S Theories
maintained by naturalists thut freak brought i no of lloi ducks to tho of- Oregon produced 1.000.000 bush
birds do not rep rod ii ro their kind flcerf nf tho gamn enmmlsaini This, els mojo. pctiiloos this )ear thun
aro dlsputoJ by u story brnur.ht to duck w'as shot rnrly In thn weuk lt laal,x -(""
426 Main St.
We unquestionably 'have the Largest Stock and the
Greatest Variety of Christmas Candy in, Klamath Falls.
The price is
Come in and see for yourself Jbefore you purchase.
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Lucky Btrlko Clitarottes .r I ,1C
Hull Diirhum Tobacco ;.... ...., .OS
6 lb, Pall Puro Lard 1,00
Lar;u Can Fancy Pink Salmon 2(1
'i Onus Fancy llonnles'i Sardines 'If'
Vj pint Funcy Italian Ollvo Oil . .. . II&
Pint Fancy Italian Olivo Oil ! M
Quart or;i'unry llnllan Olivo Oil I.""
lirK'i P.ielm;o Motlinm O.iIh -.. , ..'IK
Larr.o Can Fuury Itlpo Ollveii , !!!
Matches, llox ... .'. Of,
Lari;o Onn Llbbys Plum Piidillni; u
Klaumih Ohouue, lb. .. ., .:io
U'lbx.v Fancy Mararoiil, ., J...... ,.,..,' rf 1.00
11 lbs. Fancy HpaKln.itlU.UU t J..Jl.l
'8 PncUkes JJItfy Jell . .. ?.. ...v..v., IT.
IM, 'Fancy Toblo.Halt. -..--...y...-.......! -,'l.U.
Ift lb. FnueysTiiblu4fialtA,UJ.I.I.S.?...r.f rlM
Lnri;o Cup I'nney Sliakor Halt Hi
Fancy Hulk Coffou, lb Ho
Fancy Cocoa, fi lbs 1.00
Fancy Chmoluto, C lbs 1.00
C Darn Putin Olivo Houp 4G
Corn. l.ai(;ii Can , K
.1'6 lb, llox Soda Cruckom ,..., i l
8ft lb, llox Snow FlakoH 00
4'j lb, llox Ornhiim Crackers 70
Larito Can Fancy Apricots , , !lo
WE ORIGINATE LOW PRICES
- Have You a Present for Each Onefi
,Iiicl),(f your many frit
"riendrt should be W
day of the year Ki
ronicin bored on that day
marked by the spirit of giving. Have
you forgotten no one? Come into our
store and look a our holiday merchan
dise. Perhaps we can suggest .some
thing that will just meet your needs.
A. D it
lleef Iron .V
.Miles Nervine .. .
1 loan's Kidney Pills
K.imr Dent I'oukIi It
A. II t Hepatic Halts
SI Jacobs Oil . .
Honey & Tar . .. ......... .
Slouns Lliilimiit '. ..
A D .1 rough Remedy
Dodsnii l.lver Tune .
While Pine ('iimp
ALWAYS AN ACCEPTABLE GIFT
the little Misw or. the Matron or even the Grand
tho ttnto gamo coiiiiiiUslon by It M Smith The body was sent lo tho bio
Smith uf Portland, to tho effect that logical annoy fur preneiitiitlim
u flock Of whllo-bmlleil green-winged j Stiilih sold tho freak duck was uao
leal ducks huvo thMr hoiiio nn Sum- of ,t (lork of to which ho k,iw on itm
mer lake, lu liko (oiinty . tako
To siibstitnllato his story Smith
SANTFORD & COMPANY
low for the quality
S ParkiitteH OnorKO WasliliiRton Tobacco 2ft
J lb, Velvet Toliiiceo ..i l.UI
Hi Ih. Pall Puro l.ard 1.00
.'I I'ackiiKCS Llfo Havurrt 10
2 Ih Jar Llhliys Miuco Meat ,0o
Oiukoo'H Salad IichhIiik ,', i:i
15 oz, I'ueknito SuiiiiiiiIi'. Heodlusa HnUJiiH IH
Hwiiiiii Down Cnl. ti Flour - ill .to
Vj II). Turn Ten J II 3
I lb. True Tea 00
j Ih, Ooldeii West Tea :i0
'i I'.iclianeH Puffed Itlcn m. . ,:ir.
LarKii AiUoiiii (liapo I'nill i.'.K .UK
1 ill, 'flhlribiolll'ti chofoiatii ,-'... .w ,n.,
3 llu. '(llilrudnlll'ti Ohonilulo fcqt. ... ,j(iii
Fancy .MaisliutalloWH, lb, ., .jjjwB. .40
Ciihi iido I llnnrii, lb, .., t .,5J3a.V. m,13
' Ciucadnl llacou Hitinros,' lb, .X..,.tr'?!;r.
Plritlen, lb A.r7. ,T,i, S ,'i'S
Fanny I'roprh PrituuH, II .. .'. in
Fancy Itullau PruueH, Ih, ir.
.Chocnluto Candy, lb , ,an
3 llnr Cream Oil Soap ,'u
V & O Whlto Nuptlm Soap 00
0 l.aro liars Hob Wlilto Soap 'u
K llnrH Luna Whltu Soup ., 2U
8 I lam Luilox Soup . ., .r. " .at!
3 Cans Dutch CIiuiihit ,, a7
H n m lo K P m.
Humliiyii l n in to I a in
mid (I itin. to 7 li.in
rf ry'Tlil DrUB
' Sttire FlVst
Klamath Falls, Oregon
we offer you.
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