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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 12, 1922)
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the evening herAldV Klamath falls. Oregon
"ri'KHDAV, DIUIJMIIIMtM lU.JllOUJ.
The Evening Herald
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P. O. NICKJ.H AmtUtof
conllnK to one humble opinion, tho
traffic hai gained n momentum that
make It Impassible o atop It with
tho police powfera at the command
of tho government, or .nnjr urh
Ipollcn power as is economically pot-
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1 ODiiaora nniiy except auiiu7. Bk, itiiic nnu jiuimcaiij- iuitv.
Tti Herald Publishing Company of
Rttmath FalU, at ll KlMt strU
, 'nfcnterd it the postofflc. at KUbs-
Till. n,a fnf trIMl!lAl
' inrosgb. tb malli iwohKUn
teatter. 1 ,
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED
The Anoetated Prrn t ezelnttr
1 entitled to the ne for publica
tion of all nows.dUpatchea credited
to It, or not otherwise credited In
tnla piper, and alio the local newa
Copy (or display advertising must
be In thli office not later than 3
p.ra. on tb day preceding; publica
tion In order to be Inserted In. tho
Issue of the paper of the noxtUar.
Want ads and reading notices will
be received. p to IS noon on the
day of Iwne.
Herald PuWlUhlng 0mpaay.
TIIKNUAYt NKlKMIMt 12, 10J
J : IS AMERICA PRY? I
q AN PflANClSCO police, accord
J Ins to iho Kxamlner discovered
an"lmmrJisc factory In that city for
the making of Unuor from denattir
.Think. a minute. Denatured nl
echol Is the stuff that kill or
blind, depending upon the consti
tution of tbo drinker and the
'Can- you conceive ot tho cold
blooded cruelty of men who wonld
ptsldle death la such agonlxlng
form to their fellcws for the sake
God pity thow who drink It."
said the hardened police, officer,
wfien hU squad bad finally ran the
(rail down, and found an elaborate
fjulpment, not only for turnlne tho
, poisonous alcohol Into liquids re
sembling Jn appearance whiskey,
gln'iaad other potable liquor, but
upparaius tor manufacturing seals
and .1 1;
fcitVwero found branded with
coua"tw(elta 'of tho. old time, onco
WhaVa trap? And. It Is thought
that before the law sailed the stock
In trade, that hundreds ot quarts
ot tha -DdLnon were distributed
throughout 'central and northern
California. . t'
JaeT yerlmUal distributors pre
Iri"dVlfflj"the .Christmas trado."
WAat av travesty, what a crime!
fcould' even the gentle spirit of
HlMHiiuwbose name the Christmas
fiillvaljjli celebrated, plead at the
Jrtswt seat for beasts so de
"NVwonder the President of the
United States declares that the fail
ure to enforce tb0 eighteenth
amendment approaches the point ot
'tf?nailon-wldo scandal." ilo Is
cosjefratlie. It has passed the
point of a natlon-wldo scandal.
?The ,, boot-lecgcr Is constantly
rawing surewucr. iu iiuwuiuyibs
I' The CC
lair., and we credit most public of
ficials'' with honest effort to enforce
taiirlaw. Is out-distanced.
j'lero for Instance la a story from
Ua'd, autborjted by Sheriff Roberts.
The moonshiner are prepared for a
big" winter output. Enormous
quantities of corn and sugar hare
been hauled Into the hills this sum-
v mjir.t Now comes tho snow, blotting
cut trails and rendering the bidden
stills' well-nigh impasifble of 'dls-
J eovery. In the words of the I! fend
coming ot tho snow foand-
bpozo makers snugly quar-
teted fcr thn winter, with all sup
plies ,oa hand, and so necessity
for leaving until, tbo snow poos off
wP.ttUv, spring. Then .tbo plants
will bo-broken up and scattered,
'find 'lbausaaO ot gallons of whis
key packed in various places
throughout Deschutea and Crook
coumie 10 insure a uusy season
Tfor the bootlegger.
ffiln p'ast winters, tracks made by
sqooasblners going to and from
belr plants have jn many In-
'stance, enabled the shorlft's of-
fteo 16 run down the law violators,
but this year the snow will be a
Jtelp rathor than hindrance to the
dlstllr., Roberts. beleves. From
the quantity of raw material pur
chased, he predicts that tbo out
put of booze this' winter jvlll bn
tbo largest since prohibition 'went
updeturred. by IJin num
iKr -bt. 'arrests and 'conviction
jaacle' In the last two years, tho
taorlff say, .
JThla sttfff ,wli-only kbo jiaIally
pfTlaon, Experience has taught the
moonshiner many of tho secrets of
rifeFl6gltlmate distiller . He Is mak
jjig contraband liquor In larger
S'"iaUtlos, eliminating the fusel oil
care lri distillation, by filtering
aaa'nr aging. The Bend law
breaker wjli find a ready market
for.. their product.
I So will te law-breaCors of. the
Klamath country. Wo" a re not un
cotaliaat thai the mote In our
tB?A1r " rga aa-tita beam in
We cannot agree with thoo !"
would make tho punishment for Il
licit liquor ma,nii(aqturo or alc
more acvcr. The shrewder viola-'
tors will still elude the law. The
only reult Mil bf ri higher price
tor the Illicit product, to compen
sate the criminal fcr the increased
The proof of thU argument Is In
tho llend nherlff statement, which
IS but the echo of the official pro-
nunciamentn the land over the
convictions of the last two years
have not deterred violators, and In 1
the Hend country, aa elsewhere they
nro preparing for bigger operation
No. tho proposal to make viola
tion of the liquor law a felony look
llk a almple remedy, but It will
Tho real remedy lies In tho public
conscience, and unfortunately many
people will not cxprcs tbelr real
view. Outwardly they are "dry."
but at heart they have no mpathy
with the dry law, even If they do
not themselves break It.
An an opponent ot federalization
of government. The Herald believes
that tbo Initial mistake wa the at
tempt to eliminate thc'llqrinr traf
fic thrnnch federal control.
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Ktniro Stock of
IVttliuAis and MtoueN
It ii loo liito now to nlmii early
J. C. Wilson Is registered at tho
Whlto lVllcan hotel from Sacra
Jim Iteddlng was a lutrni Msl
tor In thn county reat this morn
Inc from Illy.
S'.icraitii'nto and will upend soerl
. daya liefe attending to titi'lncsft at-
Kdwnrd (lenry. who operates a
ranch near tho t'alaitonla marsh, left
ttiti morning for Portland whent
he will Spend tho nevt few months
with hU parent rind ttir friends
o limeytnonit ns over v lien
llir H-KNii-'a i lirhle-'llitsl. l j o.-r
art nlowfltjt th?lV hftViis. '
It I found most viillego classes are
led ti) girls Md mil th(ii students
.Wliun lh w'nttil luruy (I doenli't
intivtiva liirit lulu 11 1ilillertl.
All ltlli leetticl-Sit) Utlti l lli-
sun of I'lirojin ''If U Vrett) warm.
Alctiliol was distilled flrnt In iali
la mi tmi) hit that l why tlioso Arab
Ian nights wero in wonderful.
V can't doeldo If fat men gel
rich or rlrh men got fat.
Tom Jackson, of Part Klam
ath. Is In town for a few Uays look
ing after business affairs.
-13 dn4 until Christmas.
December 15. ChrMinai
J. I.. Alnult loft thU morning for opening on Main street nana
.Mettfiirl nfl.ir n t.rlr Im.lni... vl.ll concert
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A n'crot I what you tell mniieuui.
mil to tell liecniise ou lirnmlsed tint
to tell It youreelf. '
Watches ar Imtidy Looking .it 4
ono may mlll )oll ellhrr liato In R" j
or can stay fow iiitriiitt a more ;
IMffureiico luitwecu it hn iporki l .
man and ono who Uu't Is one gives J
eiruses anil llio iitlifir glvus reason" J
Kery now atlil then a rongt' ! J
I tint. ii..iillii.r litri illllv III file 11IM1 ' a
Ijirat nntion was workln- well, train
and bringing about prohibition by thej
nnl tnplrt naatho.l that can effeet I J,r anJ Mr
any sumptuary reform, education ot ,n ,no or a r r
December 13 Meeting of
Child Study Club, woman"
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...... ..... .... , ... ., , ,lllnlry (llll, rooniP. p. m. " ,, ,M, others won't linen
... .u. ..u... niftuuiri ..w'.itH Ill-VrilllU'r 1 -.1111 UI1K ill
She returned homo on tho evening 4 now t-xerutlvn board of Ited
1 Cross, chamber of comtncrio
1 rooms, -I p. m.
Prtckett ari I
s on 11
December IMC Catholic ,
fair, Lceum Hall.
' '. MnM.t.lnu.l I.ii.Ihu. hh.I hU..i.b.. t
the public to tbo evils of Intempcr- "' "-""" "'" '"'""'' Decrmb,?.- 15. lllmtralej
ance. It was leavening mo loai.
At a time ot great emotional stress,
tbe.fedoral amendment was passed.
Ilw"a tho product of emotion, far
more than ot logical reasoning, and Moti
sow that the emotional hysteria Ii
T?Jt- ....!.. w. will Mnt alnn.l !
JaJIi.'U ur (ldS3.Ub n lll HU, .hmh
bark ot our emotional action.
Wo aro for returning to tho
Jn.i when thtnr.a arn li kim. J
brighter l-ddlo itlikenbm ki r Ihrrst V
Over In Paris reaUldii coats are' X
inn to makti alrplaum ftr 4 ICO
t)ur Idea of a man who du 1
know where to r.n t 01m who sits
throiir.li n nlx-diiy bleyclo nue.
4 tectum 0:1 Art Institute of CM- 4
Contention of tho lunct la.t cago oman's Library club.
night caused thn death of tho week Di ecmbcr 14 School man- being lundn of rabwt sklas
old son of Mr. and Mrs Ueorgo net Training and Domestic to te diegust i f tho rabbits.
Sclenco Ilaiaar. , ... ,,
iilHCK miirin nri" iiie ni" ."-
' '."I Mr. D II Crumn arrived In town ' t ,- Vtnubt' :-C,iaml'c'- nf ,uw but when not in Horn.- you do.i'i Y
mil "" " " --rump arrived in town 4. commcrro Pnrum. . . . ... ..... ti.., ,., .1.. V
thl. morning from Modoc Point and n,.comher 1 l-lS-The Illgl. I '"" l" '", "' '"" ""'" '," A
td ,pont tho ,,ay -,hP--,mi w,n ,ocl, school musical performance at Von dim't many picture of ' X4
tncime-'CB-nts. I.. ia0 Tree theatre. sritls going hiinllng tMeaun gtrU ,
-..I .. X: flni.mlii t'l Imi.Un A! Inn', hllnl III linlMllS lllltl .
vilarn of control bv th. statea. the I
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dlsbandlnR ot tho armr of federal Mrs. Curtli Hedrlek ! In the
agents, tho wiping out entirely of all cily tor a few dar from her homo Region annual election. .
federal roiulatorr acta and amend- ni rhttnnnln mi.n.iinr in rh.i.im., 1 , . ,,, ,.. .1...I
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mest passed by political pressure nhonnlng. . . ' an ilmv Imve the Wuliaah lllue '2
I xerici: , , 1
' tt'llllam lUgelstein, who Is coa- . 1 Tlieto never has beon a case of nn
nected 1th the bank at Dorris. I Itenular mi'etlilg Aloha chapter American who remained In Atnutli 1
drovo Into town this morning and No "51. O K S. Tuesday Dee 12. luting Jilted in Hilwlii. , Lf
p ninuarp i.n-ciinn, reiresn t
muntH lly (T-ir ctOMilh Jleliell W MlniieapollK man was awarded -y
M 1" l- Ilunn frp Him. tint cettlnK wrOhs'A
L. D. Heckner. ot tho Union Oil ...,.. t-.ri.. '.i-' t-'oie number Most of ns seem U Lj,
iroMems 1 3-1 5 " "-'" ' -r 'A.
1 i 2
during the emotional war period
Tho loss In grcund would not bn
nearly what the national prohibition
advocates might estimate, for pro
hibition has worked well whore It
has had tho backing of a population
that' 'was' educated up to It by the
slow.protesi tf local option. And
,n?ga;.rw7nU be tt1wMfafM,W' arflTCJ " n'ght '""'MwelHtnnSfr
be on the firm gronnd of truth andTf ' ' ! i
fairness' and honesty, thn only foaa
datlcn 03 which It Ja possible to
solve any problem of life.
For such guilty wretches as tin
San PrancUco wood alcohol distrib
utors there Is sufficient law. should
their operations result fn the death
of nay person. If the officers have
the evidence, tho law ngalaet homi
cide can reach them, and tho stnto of
California shcr.ild never rest until
the extreme penalty Is faiteaed on
tho murderous gang that has dis
graced her peace end dignity.
AND WE NEED THEM '
EUK'3 tho flKt Instance coming
to t'lr attention of th& practi
cal working out of tho compulsory
ideational MIL Tbo !a (Jrande Ob
server Is authority for tho Incident.!
on which commont seems unneces
"Picking flaws with tho major
ity u never jery pleasant,, but try
as best one can it is bard to agree
with thn majority who voted In
Oregon for U compulsory school
bill at tho Intn election.
"The 'first direct husleesa re
sult we havo heard of comes from
tbo Oclioco Irrigation project In
Crook county, Eyeryono known
there Is a flnq project. Irrigation
ditches In, bonds liumed nnd In
terest piling up, and tliu tlilnp
that Is lacking to maku It a suc
cess la people. ,
"Driven almost to exasperation
on account ot lack of settlers,
lesdinr men in Oehoco project,
together with J'rJnnvIlle business
men and railroad officials' of the
O.-W. Jointly formed a plan to t
send a colonizer Into Wisconsin
and secure settler for this tortile I
area. Tha was progressing well
and a number of Lutheran fam
ilies had formulated a colony to
como to Oregon when tUe'nowa'pf
tho election reached Wisconsin.'
"Hlng! , It was all offl No Lu- 1
tberan famllM would think of on- '
terlng a state to mnko lliolr li6me-
where the couipuiHory hciioui diii
prevailed. '" '
"As a result Prlncvlllo linn los
n let of nrosnectlvo citizen, tlo
Oehoco project will hnto to Icok
elsowhoro for peojilo anil Oregon
its n tato nuttij u fletFjatk III ,
business and population whlili ,
cannot bo donlod."
will spend a couple ot day hern
attending to business affairs.
SANTFORD & COMPANY
42G Main St
Klnmnth Foils, Orcffon
KLK8 ATTENTION I
Initiation and Htnokrr ThuriUy
stenliiR, December 7tli, VIlilrJ'
!y Order Exaltel Ituler. '
H. E. MOMYKIt, Hco'y.tZ
Full lino ot Crater Lake pictures
for Christmas. Stlnson Photo Shop.
Everybody Likes Candy
The Largest Stock in the County
At the Lowest Price
The Quality Is the Best
Think of Seven Pounds of Fancy Fresh Mixed Candy
For One DolIar--The Price of Sugar,, and
Labor, With.a Small Profit Added .
FANCY 3ALTED PEANUTS
I '1 r P011111I -"
FANCY TAFFY KISSES
Pr Piinnil 2.V
FANCY PLAIN MIXED CANDY
IVr Pound SOr
7 PouiiiU 1.00
FANCY PEANUT BRITTLE
Per Pnuiiil 'Me
r, PouikN 9I.0O
Vp i FANCY FRESH . (j
Per Pound iKlc- . , ,
' I I'oiiiiiN Al.lMi
1 FRESH SUGAR CHOCOl'aTE
, Per Pnuiiil .il."5c .
.t PiiiiiiiIm 151.00
FANCY WRAPPED CARAMELS
Per P011111I 210c
P;in' Mlnrn Meut, t Hi.
I'liiuy llund Mnilo Cookii-N, 2! His,
Pmicy .Mixed Cookie h, !t IIm, . .
Per Pound 4(io
4 POUND BOXES FANCY CANDY
Special per Imi ULTiT
FANCY BROKEN TAFFY
Per Pnuiiil -'i'
n roumu rti.oo
FANCY FRENCH MIXED
y Per l'ouuil 3 n !
ANCY CREAM MIXED J '
Per Poun.l iLle 1
FANCY STICK CANDY l)
Per Htlik In fj
FANCY EXTRA LARGE STICKS ,
FANCY BANANAS w f
Per Pound. Me 'I '
LARGF FANCY ORANGES
Per ilo. (Hie
LARGE FANCY DELICIOUS
Per Pound ,0H '
I'liiK)' Apple!, per Hi .Oil
rtlCES WE DON'T FOLLOW OTHERS
& M -iSm: Warn. 4
b. . Wen Jw -
ur VKlu 1 ill Ul J'iK-rwim4ifA J
VqajbH WWC JwA few MEn V
r i nf&WW x i
Selecting the Gift
For Your Own Home
and '' 'i $
For Your Friend's Home 1
W. - I 6 Y
Set of Dishes
Leather.' Hand Bag
Rugs and Draperies
Well, these aro jut a few sugges
tions but 1 have hundreds of articles
cuitablc for Christmas Gifts.
RememLor, there are three things
thuti insist on being right in this Store.
These arc Qcr.lity, Service ami. Price.
With a large stock of high quality
merchandise to select from 1 add SER
VICE, which means that the sale is not
made until 'the article purchased is
, delivered and is found satiefadtory by
Now about prices Look the town
over, study advertisements in big city
papers, look up catalogs then sec J.
T. Perkins. He will show you that
your best buy is right here.
At least three large rooming houses
havo furnished their places at this store
within tho last six weeks. If prices
were, not fight theywcaild havo gofic
elsewhere. Ask about this. i
A "Gift That Endures" j
is always ' '
A Welcome Gift
Perkins' Furniture House
127 So. Sixth St.
Klamath Falls, Ore.
HT i Lm
Hi Hi 'AA';4'r?'.lnM,c"cp OF HAPPY HOMES !:::
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