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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 28, 1922)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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F. O. KIOKIdO Adrertiatag Maaafe
Pabllafcad dallr scDt Bunday. at
Ta Herald Pubilihtag Company of
Klamath Falls, at 119 Eighth street, j
Enteredfkt tba poitofftca at Klam
ath PallilivOra., (or trt Mmi slon ,
throuih tkfc mallt aa socond-alaas I
matur. fy ,,
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lrr ntltlc4;jto tha via for public
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to It, or Mt otherwise credited In
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Copy tor display advertising mutt
ba In thta. office not iatcr than 3
p.m. on the day preceding publica
tion In order to be Inserted In the)
Issue of tho paper of the next Jay.
Want ads and reading notices will
ba received up to IS noon on the
day of tMaa.
Ucrftbj PablUhtag Oowpaay.
THtmHnAV, DECKMltETt , 1022
w tins tmw ntr k i
iltilmi t.(ibM (o -
.crutlniieucnrp- fill In
federal Jala bo- SB11
fay duly M! '8$ (,
Ino to accept Hie "
FREEMAN'S SPEECH J
HIE 'State ot Maine wilt not i
Would that the men who guide
the destinies of every stat0 In tho
Union hadthe ruined courage of
the governor ot Maine.
What ground Is there tor believ
ing that theaurronrter ot state priv
ileges to "tbo federal government
will bring us greater ease; will
bring any: economy ot administra administra
teon: will produce a more efficient
class of executives or a better gov-'
- Are not the executives of tho na
tion bred 'y tb0 states? Why dot
you cxpcct"that the atmosphere of
Washington will mak0 them super-J
men? Cannot the same men be at
urbad-mlndcd legislators and able.(
statesmen in me aiaiv-iiuusri
Salem, or. Springfield, or Sacra
mento? wkM . a, li.it tn 1a nrB
ant, but how long they can Is a,
question. The constant emascula
tion of power ao drains tha dignity)
of tha state, that even Its highest j
position Is -hoconilng a rubber-stamp
Job. secondary to the hurcaucrotlc
pomp of a 'federal department head, j
and men of merit soon will cease to
aspire to auch purely clerical posi
tions aa the state can offer, It the
drlff toward paternalism goes on.
In calling on the governors ot tbe
states to aid In evolving a plan for
the. enforcement ot the prohibition
law, the federal government has ab
jectly confessed failure. In 1900
tbe government had on lta payrolls
less -than ZOO special deputies,
agents and. Inspectors, -yet the coun
try was law-abiding and self-respecting
far more than It Is today
when an army ot mora than 20,000
special agents Is abroad In. the
What do you make of It? We
see In It ttho Inherent American
spirit of liberty aroused and fight
ing against the paternalistic en
croachment, of a centralised gov-
enough to protect tholr own, de
clared tholr chlof, learlng to tai
lors tho cloak ot promised benefits
that wrap tho true Inwardness ot
the bill, In n new declaration of
rights that Is entitled to a placo In
history beside the mlglnnt declara
tion of American Independence.
Hero In whnUhn saidjr' JJjf
tins dome- for
tho states of tie
a prlnrlplo anil Ik
fully nil orrers l
fore accepting j
doubt as to y4f
this matter I dec
Shoppard-Towncr bill and this
state far tho time being will
stand with New York, Massachu
setts and Khode Island, tho tlireo
states that have rejected It.
The state of Malno will not sell
Principle, not expediency, has
been the determining factor with
mo In tho solution ot this prob
lem. Tho financial aspects ot
federal aid aro interesting.
The proffered $5000 has been
reiorrrd to as a free gilt to the
state ot Maine, while In reality
tho federal government Is taxing
tho state to raise this money; and
now in order to help our mothers
and children, offers to pay back
to the state the trivial sum ot Iras
than two-thirds ot one cent tor
each Inhabitant. , '
At i'io present tlmf more than
$18,000,000 U annually tnken In
taxes by tho tedcral government
from the people of i .Mains, and
less than $ 1,250.000 M returned
going over our stockfbefore taking inventory ve find many articles on which we are over-
:kedsInorder.:tb turn this stock. into money before taking stock, we are marking it at ridicu-
t louslyjow prices.
For Friday and Saturday Only
75c Dussira Talcum
$1.00 Cam Nome
Talcum Powder ... .
Lemon Cocoa Butter
60c Violet Dul.cc ... .
Cold- Cream' ',". . .!LK...'.".l,
50c Jontccl Coltl
Cream . ... A...-.
to the state In tho Jonn.nt fed- 'frMi nn TJ.n'mmn Tnilni
eral aid. This VlS.OOiliOBO of W:1.UU JUaimOliy . 1 OUCt
.Maine money ts j.u lntditnc reu
oral treasury itiiitlhlngton. u
targe portion being absorbed In
heavy administration expenses nt
tho fc'iral capital, and n small
fraction being returned to tho
Dutlag the world war the power
ot the federal government over
the -states ot tho union was ex
tended beyond precedent. Tho
tlmo has now arrived, however,
when tbe states should be restor
ed to their former status and
should guard against furtliet en
croachment. The people of Maine aro will
ing and ablo to care tor their own
mothers and children and havo
faith to hcllcvc that Malno men
and women will do this rather
than accept so-called gratuities
from a federal bureau. Already
we are overburdened with federal
Interference and control and our
cltlsens and Industries are hamp
ered by federal inspectors and
other officials from Washington.
In years gone by the state of
Maine has not hesitated to stand
for great principles-and It is well
for the states that have ac
cepted the Sheppard-Townor bill
to kow that, Maine neither asks
for nor for the time being ac
cepts federal aid for Its mother
tV ---4 -.-
Castile Soap ...............
Shampoo I'm It- ...
Toilet Water ...'.
$1.00 Gold Edged
50c Syrup White Pine
$1.00 Mineral Oil
Ituialan Type, pint ....
A few packages of Haas' Cajuly at Cost
$1.00 Haas' Milk 70
Choioliilw. ... Wv
$1.20 Haas' Home Made OQ
(50o Haas' Home Made An
Specials ..;,'- ....J. Tr- C
$1.00 Old Fashioned 7r
Cliorolntea '. OC
$1.25 Haas' Half and OQ.
Half ... Oi7C
Ladies' Hand Bags
leather hand bajjd $7.50 values
only M bags in this lot.
$1.25 Tin f lor
50c Lord Baltimore
$1.50 Symphony Lawn
Smoking Stand , - -
Hand lines -
$2.00 Maximum Hot Water
libt.le, 1 ituiirt !
(5e Uom & Koss
;i5c Rexall Toilet Cream
for chapped hands .
$1.00 Syrup Hypophosphites
75c Vanity Cases
with puadcr puff
$1.00 Vanity Cases
with powder puff
$1.25 Vanity Cases
with powder pulf .
$1.50 Vanity Cases
with powder puff
75c Books for
hoys and girl
$1.00 Books by,
OT the least pleasing feature ot
was the prompt and efficient man-
ne- In which tho great volume oj
Christmas cards, letters and parcel
was hanj.ed by tho local postofflee.
Postmaster McCall modestly dls-,
claims credit for hlmtelt. saying
that tho awlftncis with which the
flood of Christmas mall was kept
moving was largely duo to tho fact
that trained clerks wero available.
Such modesty Is admirable and we
would not spoil It by huapksg any
fulvme personal praise on tho post
master. Probably the demand made on the
I postofflee during tho past few
7 Cakes 50c
STAR DRUG CO
ZJ " ' "" if
5th and Main Sis.
3 pounds $1.00
- MAM, OHDl.'IIS VUAA.U
PHOMPTI.V AAA -ftA4 A
uAAtm u iIia linnvlast a.a tfnnif n
ti nevnn nm iiq iivwutat wivj- mw4
ernment Mr.wasniiigiou. iauy Brw , u wag cerUln)y BlBantf
flshtlng blindly. Instinctively. They ,,, Meryhoiy got ,ucir Christ
feel the ojlls crushing, and though mn Kfu Mrt Christmas greotlnss on
not fully (iwake to tho cause, tbolr tlC( bccaUfVorW.vo'MeM'-ril.slflH '"
Instlnctlvo'iemotlou U protection of'wj,t, whlchjjho r.onUoBirjlle ir
hard-won freedom. Thus w8 6ce all tf mall was handled. H ''
about ui men ot tbo class wo destg- McCall and hi staff did a hlg
nalo as IcpUIng cltlions, scheming job well and aro ontl(laf to tlifi
to avoid t)ie; taxes that ore nominal- thanlcveUhjJwWIc: '
ly M,"r?R" " "'" --
repudlato tfecaus0 they tool they
had uo hand in tbo Imposing; vio
lating tlmfc'onstltnttonal amendment
that nsalifYls tho law and should bo
obvye'd, but' which they scorn and
deride in 'spWh and nctlon because
they feel .hoy had no hand l:i thu
"Tho Night Ilcforo
b.Kii flliucd. liot
racy n danger.
Kutlicr always learns what hlc
, Christmas" liaa
A,U la av'ltltuatlon' that must bu th?y cull tho ,,icll,ro
viewed wlll alarm by very think- rg.'.
Inge-American. It Indicates ilejnoe-j
, it overy imy wng nuuuax muru
well-ipeanliig but would bo no Insomnia.
mliiiEiilrindiiJiUA 1 10 nation In Its I
4 I I fka r 9
,ui iv u, rm"J '" - - --I . t i A
battling against tho e west uuinuey, r. u., a man
eating InflueuceB that'cau8ht an eEle In a skunk trap,
reaklng the heart and I ucb to the eagle's disgust.
t nil American enter-. Ti, ... ,n.iiia , nntnnimi
w -v -"" - "- "--
In 1790, und
oirorca ny tuo icuerai
for the relln'iulsbmont
oin of Internal control
s, ana me spirit oi ccn- .Christmas present cost.. i e . , n ,,
orly-lovlng ancestors Is! H $'AsitH Sccinl Problems to
of the fr
CIUCAOO, Dec. 2S
-mwwvnAw uR.?i&tL m S:,
iifl.l I.. ,n i.b.. f A..A..I ilrfrt. V V -. f,M'r " ". V
' ' ' " evolution nro among tho xubjecta to
t A '.Voshlnglon man lias paid ?500 b0 discussed at tbo unniiul meeting
ami decision by tho slates aro fair ' for 20 eggB'that haven't been indof.ib,e,AinorJc'ii,Hnclolr,jcpl-aocIotH
on the surface, but each will bear so mis must maijo in0 en neryous " f.
..... .,.. i.o....i, .i Friday. Tbo iiiombiirablii In com-
Seattlo'niilo driver ran Into o'now posed' of peraona Intorraieil In the
bulldliie koIiir up, and muy claim It Hclontlflc tttudy of nodal nrnblonia.
scrutiny beneath and
The otfor Hint called forth the
ringing' protest of Malno was wrap
pod" around tho Sheppard-Towner
maternity bill, designed to protect
mothers and Infants, n most worthy
object but who should have more
clonely at heart the safety ot their
women nail, the welfare of their
children than tlui citizens of tho
jutes, ta 'mm
was on the wrong side ot tho utroet.
Ablrd sung over tho Detroit Nown
radio. Wh not broadcast chlckou
frying In some country kitchen?
Thoro aro so many wild baseball
figures flying around you can't tell
who has bought tho 1923 poitnont.
oA,Utey fa" l
; ;:o America m " iiiiiBiMKrag
l lilli II iin'"" 4 ".' . "7 I , BSSB BSSB
flJS.".5 t Vtfc ' ' ' NfVfltTMB m--, " c5w B HE
P:'K:S1 I ;. " I
,ji-fA J I Klamath racking to j
WmmamimF I Palace Market I
EJOBflBsBkr I 524 Main St. Phone 68
H f " HI
, uuhoodf po.ooo negroes, w.u b..i . Extends'- fifreetinfirs, and. wishes 9
tlhtmril fit tin. A&ul,in iti u.inful .tuiiii't, . Bal "wf i. J f ' tl IMrl V
..-....... "' sjjj , ,, , ,., '.t -i- r uU,
acd evolution togotlier with dls- , " , 11 H
cuhsIou on rural sociology us u col- f, YOU &!! Si Dl OSDCrOUS
logo diBciniiiio. h v ;; -.;i j; LI n, A i, v , ,'n;iA)A"i MM
:-- ' m." i '"j.i'.wji r.f i
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I ai . f w w 7 "i A-m. .iiiwuii': h
' v f;t'iw?n j Hj
Trlnctiia Antstasia, tho Cleveland-born wtfafy Trlnce Constantlm
of Oretce, Is shown hero nrrlvlnB tn New YorU on tho Olyrapto -with
ncr rujoi iiusjauu.
Come Before Meeting
; COMING EVENTS
nvimiiiiii: nL.ii.w 111 nm nil ai iii.tiii .
1 "l.A 1 ... .HHII . ...... ....(... I
. ,i.t i nidi smi-iuiui,- m,iu Burial I
mtnrpi uiii-.,!..., u'ttl il(ur.tmu ntii1,11, .
othoi'H things, thu dlHtrl))Utlon it i
I poverty mid philanthropy In n lut'Ktt
j urbun community, u xtudy In rural j
i community organization, a uurvoy of
1 thu farmers' standard of II fo und
' the fmnlly us n:i onvlronmoet for
A roper ou lliu iludyMiidprM
i llmluary. organization Aota noruli
watch night party.
Jan. 1. Musk ball. Hcan
Jan. !). Clmmller of Com
merce, Koriim. '
Jnn. G. Mooting of Direct
oi'H Women'H Ilellcf Corps.
Jan. H. -Hugiilar meeting ot
Klamath .Sportsmen h Assocla
lion, Olmmber ot Commerro