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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 23, 1922)
r. R. BOTJLK. .Editor Mil rnblUke
H. R. HIXTj. .-. ..... . . .City Editor
1. C 5ICKIJ3 AdvertlsUjt MngCT
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THE ghost of Daniuo will not
down. The turn down tho voters I
(cam the state tair vm r.ay not
quenched tho political aspiration of
Mayor George Dakcr of Portland,
who, an exchange tells ns Is being
consistently groomed for United
States senator and that tho groom
ing Is to be a continuous process '
from now on. with some of the '
most adroit politicians In Portland
employed as hostlers In tho blg
It is said Georp Is to be galloped
around the political race court fre
quently enough to keep him limbered t
up, and coached carefully against
blunders. A trip to Washington. D.
C. Is to be arranged, It is under
stood, to glre the Portland mayor a
-.banco to be seen and heard by the
celebrities of the nation and at the
same- time bolster him up In his
Somo of the fraternal societies
with which the mayor Is prominently
connected. It Is said, are backlnr.
him and also ho hopes to play Into
tho graces of somo of tho elements
that claim credit for tho election
' of Walter M. Pierce to tho rot-
I THE DAY OF DAYS I
rANV years ago a little g'.rl
wrote to the New York Sun:
"Is there a Santa CUusV Francis j
Pharcellus Church answered her j Mrs. W. A. Delzell, Sirs. C. I. Hob
letter In an editorial which Is a 1 erts and Mrs 0car Shire aro ex
Christmas gem and which shines peeted home tonight from Pasadena,
ever brighter with the flight of I where they weat to attend the funer-
"Yes, Virginia, there Is a San
ta Claus. Ho exists ns certainly
as love and genoroslty
dovotlon exist. And
know that they abound
giro to your life. Us highest beau
ty and joy. Alas!' How dreary
would bo tho world It there were
no Santa Claus. It would be as
dreary as if there were no Vir
ginias. There would bo no child
ish faith then, no petry, no ro
mance to make tolerable this ex
istence. Nobody sees Santa Claus. ,
But that Is no sign that there is
no Santa Claus. The most real
things in the world are those
that neither children nor men sco.
"iou may tear apart the baby s
rattle- and see what makes the
noise Inside, but there is a vgil
covering the unseen worId-trfchi
not the strongest man noisterea'
the united strength of all the
strongest men that ever lived
could tear apart Only faith,
poetry, love, roraanca can push
aside that curtain and view glory
beyond. It It all real? Ah. Vir
ginia. In all this world there is 1
nothing else real and abiding. '
"No Santa Claus? Thank God, ,
he lives and lives forever. A
thousand years from now, Virginia j
nay, ten times ten thousand j
years from now ho will continue '
to make glad tho heart of child- I
Christinas Is moro than a date on
tho calendar or a season of the j
year. 1 Is a spirit of giving, '
rather than receiving an eternal
reminder of what a Joyous, beauti
ful existence this llfe on earth could
bo it it were not for tho crash of j
selfishness against selfishness.
Therein Is Christmas' real charm.
It unveils what life could be. Oth
er days of tho year are matter-of-fact,
hard as agate, revealing life ns
we create, It, reflecting ourselves
Christmas is tho
cau6C It Is tho one
FJ cau60 It Is tho one day of tho'year
when each of us strives to makojPast weok visiting at the in
W otners happy. Civilized futuro gen-1 Mlsa Francos Humphrey. U
eratlons will look back ami marvel 1 lh homo In Portland tJtls
when each of us strives to make. !
,.M.,wio i.i. iwun U4V4 Kim umrvei I
that It novor occurred to us to mako'ne
a Christmas out of every day In t M
Any ploco or set of Pyralln Ivory
at one' third off the regular price
Saturday Calendar day only. Cur
rin' for drugs. 23
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Mr. and Mrs. Percy Wells left or.
the morning train
spend two weeks.
for Portland to
Dr. Fred Wosterfeld left this
' morning for Portland where ho will
spend several days vacation.
, Mr. apd M Jua,or w
, , Eu.n mm., ,!.MM.i .m.
, morn.: for M,lU(lr,, -, .,,, ....
m wUh ,hc, mo,her
j Miss Augusta Parker, principal of
j Central school, left this morning for
homo in Grants Pass to spend Christ-
I mas with her mother.
' r. nnd Mrs. O. K. Uroww and
children left this morning for Sam
Pranclsco. whero they will spend
Christmas. From there they will go
j on to Los Angeles for the winter.
,al of their father. G. W. White.
Mis Pearl Collins, chief operator
for the Pacific Telephone and Tele
graph company, left tor her home In
Salem this morning to spend Christ
mas with her parents.
Edwin Drlscol, who Is attending
Santa Clara university, arriveJ home
j last night and will spend the next
t two weeks with his parents, Mr. and
' Mrs. James Driscoll.
I Dr. L. D. Gass leaves Sunday
morning for Chicago and New Ycrk
where be will attend clinics for the
j next several weeks, this being one cv
several trips east ho has made for
if t " ' i! I- '
I' Long after the train should bare
.farted on in wv ihf mnrin .,
I ticket agent was busy selling pas
cage to a long line of Klamath Falls
folk going to outside points for the
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gray, who
have been making Klamath Falls
their homo for somo time, left thU
morning for Medford, expecting to
live there for the remain Jer of t'fo
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Horton -jod
Mr. and Mrs. J. Ii. Iteesq were r.as
sengem on tho morning train bound
for San Francbico U spend tho. next
two weeks seeing" the sights ot the
Lloyd Goble, son of Dr. antt Mrs.
J. G. Goble, will arrive heme, this
ovening from Portland, whera hf lias
been attending (tb'o Port (and flpllrdl
college to upend 'Christmas with his
Wofin, w)ib have been lierrV for flu
and Mrs. G. C. I..r.ronz and
family wero jiassenRerrf o-j tho morn
ing train bound for Weed, whoro
they will tako tbolr automobile, and
motor on to Southern C allfornla for
Mr. and Mrs. J. II,
"Foster left for
ti'Pii lifrcI.T ' 4
if ' m mil s v3)Ep Saw - ; 1
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'" m. I JTk .. WISTMaS FULFILLMENT oF -J
,- " - "eSSVi i'W.-r'H . IHe-CIMllAItON or iv..- '1
V PROGRAM AND A SUCCESSFUL J,
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Christmas with their daughter. Mr
' McCarthey. They will bo accompan
ied by Mr. and Mrs. Herman Poster.
who are going on to Eugene for the
' Miss Katherlno Kss Is In town to-
her home on tho Kcno
Kenneth Perry Is In Weed for tho
(holidays lltlng his parents. Mr.
and Mrs. J. S. Perry.
Mls Pauline Cliff loft this after
noon for Port 'Klamath, whero sho
will Fpend Christmas as tho guest
of Mr .and Mrs. I.lnilsey Slsemore.
MIm Claudia Spink left today for
Clilloqiiln. uhore sh will sgend
Christmas with her mother. Mrs. It.
County Court Ituliw Against T.
Snook In 1illxi!in Ciu
The action brought by T. L.
Snook, justice of the psaeo at Chll
ouln, contesting the election of 11.
C. Spink to that offic. was dis
missed In the county court this
County Judge Dunnell declared
that the decision bad been reached
without any assistance from the dis
trict attorney's office, and appeareJ
highly displeased at a recent state
ment In Tho Herald that a decision
In tho case, awaited the return from
Portland of W. A. Welst. deputy
district attorney. Ho expressed his j
WJ ' ,r",Fl .'1 ;SSs.
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dlsploar.uro In unparliamentary I part of that division which Is now
terms, declaring that Tbe Herald under construction; ll.ouo Is re
had '.led about him, and Insisted j '.nested for quarters for employees.
that the public b0 told that the
county court had made Its decision
. Judge Dunnell was almost equal
ly "derogatory ,Jn his remarks -concerning
tho district attorney.
Whetbo rtho caso will bo appeal
(t to higher court by Snook has
uot been made public.
Measure Proposed for
of Dairy Congrem
WASHINGTON, Dec 23. A pro
vision to translato and distribute. In
tho United States th discussions at
the approaching world's dairy con
gress was added to tho agricultural
appropriation bill In an amendment
offered by Kcprcscntatlvo Haughcn,
republican, Iowa, which stipulated
that $30,000 should bo spent In
No oilier Important cjiniigoa wore
jnnd. in "tbq bll, although Itcpre
scntatlvo Johnson, republican,
Washington, mado n fight on the
ot 3liVr1ol and dlstrllliiifon'work"
a't tTfcalary'of J5000. Ir. Johnson
Interpreted It as an attempt to cre
ate an nsslstant secretary of ngrl
rulturo and contended tho salary
was too high. Tho house, upon ad
journment Jiail only considered
about ono-thlrd of tho bill.
Just rceclvcd tho. new Portable
Druuswlck Phonograph. Tho lat
word In a portable phonograph. Cur
rlns for drugs. 23
I Krrslt rortUiuj iqadneach day. at
i lUovUoft Ton. I frA 25-83'.'..
HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
IS SET FORTH
(Continued rrom Pace I)
tho chanro of the Tulc lake lands
again becoming submerged P r
tho enlargement of th- G canal an. I
the D canal. ICo.noo l provided
Tbls enlargement l!l be started in
tho fiscal year 19:". and Kill ito
vid" additional cap.irlt for an ari'i
of about S.COO acre.i of land whirl)
it Is expected will be ikr. Iqik-,1 by
pumping by prlvatn dlstrl. is.
On tho Till- Iik- dltl igijj etl
matn Is made for lufr.il cwenlotn
amounting to Jloo.oo.i IrriKabl.
land surveys, costing f.' 000; quar
ter for employees. $VUO; and tI
epho.H' lines $10.1100, arc also pro
vided for in the estimate
ThU exponilltunt rontcmplatm
rontlnulng tha work of constructing
and extending the lateral aystem to
provide Irrigation s rvlfo for about
1.000 acre blow the flr.t part of
the Tule Lake illvliiun. This con
struction Is contingent upon satis
factory progress belnj mad' on the
construction of the Horn-fly dam
and tho enlargement of tho diver
sion canal so that ample provision
will bo had against resubmcrgenco
and damage from seepage.
Iitigrll Vullry ami lloorfly
In tho Langell Vallry division
$20,000 is requested to complete
tho lateral system on Clear lake
and $10,000 for tho construction of
telephone, lines. It Is expected .that
arrangement will bo mado to sttort
work on tho Horseshoo part ot the
Langell division, and $5,000 Is In
cluded for surveys. $5,000 for right
ot way and $30,000 for canal con
struction. An amount of $20,000 has, been
provided for extending dralnagu
outle,s t0 Tu, ,alc- ThMe wl" Da
necessary as lite water in tno laxo
recedes. Provision has been ma.Io
for an expenditure of $5,000 for
miscellaneous drainage work. This
work will come under supplemental
construction and must bo npprovd
by tho dlrrctom of tho Klamnth Ir
Operation nnil Miilntrnnn-o $H5,ono
An amount of $3,000 will bo
needed for tho employment of g)to
tenders nt tho Clear lake and I.ont
Itlvor dams and for a small contln-
gent fund for posslblo pilnor repairs ,
to storage works nnd tho dlrorjlon
canal. Approximately $00.00 will t
bo niodul for tho regular operation ,
and maintenance work on tho pro
ject ranaln and laterals; $20,000
will bo required for operation and J
inalntcnanco work In connection
with tho canals and laterals In tho r
Tulo Loko division; and $2,000 will
bo needed for patrolling tho marsh
lands around Lower Klamath lako '
to provent flron. Tho Irrlgablo nrcn
of lands under public notlco and
special contracts on Juno 30, 1022,
was about CO, 000 acres; on luna
30. 1323, tho total 'area will bo
about 00,000 acres.
DORRIS MAN INJURED
DOimiS. (l, Dee. 23. While,'
endeavoring lo corral some horse
tn lluttu valley near Dorr It, Alton
Henntng, lC-rc.r-old son of A l !
Ili'tinlng, had tho mlsfortunv to h.ir,
his leg broken. Ills hurio nliiqied ,
an the Ice and frit with him plnni!
nndirnrath, bruaktnn both bones of!
tho left leg Just aboo tho mikle and
also fracturing tho ankle bono
III ounger brother llnr.-anl. who
was with him at the time, hflpod
It. in lo mount Ms saddle horse and '
(he Injured boy rmlt a mile to th i4
homo ot a neighbor, S.im Morrow
who took him to tln hospital at Dor
x In his hIi'IkIi There (he broken,
bones were net and tho boy Is rit
Ing comfortably. .
Will open with
Our stock will all be fresh from the market. VVc buy diamonds,
watches, jewelry and all articles of value.
Is a day to think of your friends, and there
is no friend eo steadfast, so constant, so
ready to respond to your wants as the little
book with the name of a good bank on
And when our name is on that book
you can rest assured that we, at all times,
will assist you in every way possible, con
sistent with good banking.
Wishing you all kinds of prosperity, ji
J v during the coining year, we are,
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