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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
H.vrntDW, iii:iT..Mnim no, uwa
PRISONERS CUT WOOD
Hlictlff 1im Mlngr .niniM
In ('mm lliiur Yiint
iilioilff I.mv's nmiinl wortlplla
imily starlet! In tltp lmrk ynnl of the
court litjuin lurlay with four fciirsiisi
nf ltn couiity propn, rnrh nt wlilrh
ill lt f . :"-..
SUGGESTED BY MANY
(Conltmiod rtom I'ubo 1)
iL !. I mm h Ahi titialiinaa tl !
Whdgrilir imrtv .wan slnpod tact,, j MvrmtoP hTOIM.UIT 'JiiTnor !
yonrnu of Iho RifeMii ItiNtOrt his co- mu, llUlhorllv ... ?.,; 'v,Mr R.,,, To I
TRIBE OF INDIANS
RULED BY WOMEN,
workom tiuMHyv Tho strike soonlnoW fncM Jn ,hp rnrr.bolh t ,
omicil Mn um sncrm decreed nmj abroad.
lirnrt.utiit-'nrator flirt until the mm j, . . .
romiinoil VorlcT Another tooVj MOST HKVntKXU IWTH1CK J.
TronchlMiNlft'hrii Uio deputy's HAVKS, hrcliblshop of Now York,
hack wan turnad.. j To promote this spirit of Lincoln.
This year.' :tiiuveVel. tho sheriff ' whose "clutrlty toward all. with ma
say Jahor condlllons ore more fA-1 He ton ant none," shonUl he n fund-
nriMfl anil ho expects n l.irpo sea
amenta! principle of our "siMlon.il
life Liberty, pence, anil the pursuit
Of happiness are seriously menaced
INDIAN SCHOOL FUNDS) by sectional, racial an.l rellgluix
hatreds. The unity anil Integrity of
the republic 1 based on giving all
clllto.is a fair American dhanre. To
I tlo otherwise means n ear not of
30 progress but of rcncllon In Amerl-
?I0,IHM I'rmliM for New ItiilltlliiRJ
n( (irecntlllo, Calif. t i
OUHKN'Vtlil.K. Cnl. Dec.
An nmeoilmcnt to the Interior Jo-1 ww Ideals,
parlmcnt appropriation hill provld- .......... , , ,' ,
Ing 1RS,000 for tho Indian school! ;"" ' M.ll.. chief of
has been adopted by the house of I U, ' """, 8,",w wl,"r hureau:
rcrresentnthes according to wonH thp mlrult ,,f ',n,h
received hero by Kdgar K. Miller. ! ""' " ' """ """ "'
huperlntendent of the school. The
inula part of thu school was tie-
slroyeJ by fire last "";'! M. K IIUHTOX, presld.ct cf the
Tho amendment provides i,0.00o ,.,.. . i,U,. .. ,,
....V.O.... f .. ..If...... .MV. .a. ..
work's sake and the welfare of hu
fur n now school building, and the
remainder for administration pur
poses. Tho amendment was offer
ed hy Hoprosentatlvo linker.
CARTER KNOWN HERE
Klnln?li))ilhltloii Orllivr Hail ltrla
tloiiH In Thl (Ity
"Nick" . Carter, Nevada prchlhl
linn officer, who as shot last week
In a Wttte with alleged moonshiners,
was -a inn of Mrs. M. F Orennon,
Plfth and Oak streets, this city. Mrs.
(Irennon U In Reno, where she went
following news of tho shooting. The
only other local relative of the dead
officer Is Ijiverae Carter, a brother.
Robert P. Ralno and John H.
Ilrlte, of l'allsade, Nerada, arc held
for tho shooting.
GET STOLEN GOODS
Connolly Ttrnllirr Itecorrr Plunder
Taken Sunday Nlglit
All the goods stolen from Connol
ly llrothera saddlery last Sunday
night wcro returned Intact to the
owners last night by Southern Pa
cific employes, who found the foods
In' two suit cases concealed In a tool
locker underneath the cabooso an
tho freight train stopped for minor
repaint while onroute to Weod yes
terday. It was presumed that thief had
concealed tho goods In the locker
with tho expectation 'of recovering
thorn at Weed. Three hoboes wcro
discovered on the train, but It wns
riot ascertained whether any of them
was tho thief.
ftotnilutiH Hino Chrl-tiiuw Tree nt
Uuilnoss discussion gave way to
holiday merry-making at the Rotary
club meeting with a "gift", from a
treo that decorated tho center of
'jTIio Rov, Arthur U, Rice occupied
20 minutes of tho proram with an
Inspiring talk on New Year's resolu
tions. 4 Tho president of tho club was
authorized to send a messago of con
dolence to tho Rev. W. K. llohbltt of
Woodland, expressing- regret and
sympathy becauso of Mrs. Ilolitiltt'x
LA VOGUE STORE
litis been clotted on account of fire
In Ilolvln bullrtlmr. Wtitch for ex
traordinary announcement In this
paper shortly. 30
The winter storms of the
last month have caused our
stock of wood to shrink per-
ccptibly. We are filling or
ders promptly on
DRY SLABS OR LIMBS
Shipments of Tamarack
and Body Wood in a few
she Is to realltc on her Invested
hopes nnd aspirations, mint bo
world-mlndcJ.. As we approach a
new year, we must resolve anew to
do our part In solvkig tho problems
of civilisation. If practical leader
ship does not find ctprcMton In
America, where may .no turn with;
.MlCHAlX I. I'll'I.V, professor of
electro-mechanics, Columbia Univer
sity: We should make every effort
to fiad a way by which we ran em
ploy our wealth, our stored-up In
telligence, and our moral power for
the purpose of, helping Europe to
emerge from Its resent chaotic con
dition. ., t
nit. iuv iamax wiutnt.
president, of I.claad Stanford Uni
versity: To play a man's full part
In International relations.
WILLIAM A. SU.WIAV, ovange
list: ..America should resolio to re
turn to the faith of onr fathers, to
put -Ills word lulP every heart, home
and school; to swear respect for law
and order, a new loyalty to thn con
stitution nnd uncompromising anta
g6ntsm to every man and thing op
posed tQ the flag.
C.'KXi: KTItATTO.V I'OUTIIlt, an
"thor: To save America for Ameri
cans. Hy which I mean that at the
presoat appalling decrease In the
birth rate of purely American fam
ilies, and the equally appalling In
crease In the birth rate of foreign
ers coming to our shores to be nat
uralized. It will take only one or two
generations to put our government
and Institutions Into the majority
power of people having no under
standing of, or love for, things In
digenous to American sol), character
WILL II. HAYS, president of the
Motion Picture Producers and Direc
tors of America, cx-postmatscr gen-
ciui stuiuricu uri'ui uui uhu icsuiu-
tlon for 1923 or for 2023 and that
Is to be STEADFASTLY AMERICAN.
JOHN IIAItTO.V I'AY.Vi:, lawyer,
chairman of the American Red
Cress: To study and understand ,
American Institutions, what they are
and why they wcro brought Into be- j
ing, ana now completely mey hoiyh
our present problems if rightly un
derstood and sympathetically but
LA VOGUE STORE
Has been closed on account of flro
In Ilolvln hiilldlnir. Watch for ex
traordinary announcement In this
paper shortly. JO
Hot rolls for lunch every day at
tho Uon Ton. 29-30
W. W. Flnley says fools rush In
where wise men throttle down and
Greetings rnl Salutations, kid.
And also "Welcome to our city!"
The Old Year's blowcd, we're glad he did,
His gears was gcttin' worn ai'u) gritty;
He wasn't hitlin" on all six,
The poor old wretch could hardly toddle,
lie wasn't worth the time to fix ; . i
So wo get YOU, a brand new model!
It's true the roads he found was rough,
Chuck full of mud ami sand and gravel ;
You'll find some, too, but Ho Your Stuff
Let's see how smoothly you can travel.
We're wishing you the best of luck,
And that is straight, we wouldn't eon you;
Go on now, show your pep and pluck,
We're for you, kid, our wad is on you!
That old bird ,1922, '
Done well, though his career was checkered,
But we're oxpectin' more from you
We're backin' you to break his record.
Shoot! Start your act! Get busy! Wo
Are watchin' every move you're makin'.
Go to it, 15)23,
Stop out and cop the well-known bacon !
(Copyright. 1921. NKA Senlce)
cexit.hkxci: TCAMS tilVK
ct siiaiii: or hi-ci:ii,t
RAN FRANCISCO. Dec 30. Sev
eral universities of the Pacific coa-U
conference lime decided they do
not want to share In the proceed
of tho New Year's Day football
g.uno at Pasodena. California, be-1
twecn the University of Southern j
California and Penn State. j
Each confer ncu school Is entitled ,
to $2.G0O from the gam but Call-1
fornla. Stanford und Washington
hav0 voted that their sbaro ln giv
en to the western team participat
ing In the game.
tinder the agreement with the
Pasadena Tournament of Roes com
mittee, which Is handling the game,
the conference receives ta'i.ODO
from the gate receipts. Of this
sum the conference voted to give
half to the team representing tho
4t and divide thu other half
among tho other conference arlinoH,
ghlng each I2.S00.
Stanford has IU own K.i-d-West
gimn with Pittsburgh today, so d
elded not to take th money, and
California nnd Washington both
made good profits .n their own
football season, so they decided
they did not want the Pasadenn
' rut." Oregon. Washington State
and thn Oregon Aggies havo no!
bren heard from.'
Idaho voted some time pen to ac
cept tho money, and already has
made provision for Its expenditure
IIOSTON. Dee. 30 -An Indian
i tllh uf South Aliuu leu rilled en
tirely by wiininn wns described ro
' ceittlv by Dr. A. Hamilton Rice In
a luutilio bvfnrn tho l.uwetl In
stltule. The trlli,, llvta on tho
Icana 'river, h brunch of thn tip-'
per Amnion where Dr. Rice went '
on u trip of ivtplnralloni ,
The women of tho tribe- npp-ilr-
eil to bo prrumueut residents n' ,
tho lllage, Dr. Rlro fill it. whll'
the men who were thero came
mMly from tribes iilong the river,
(lithitm. The undent Aumtimluti
legend, of a trlho of self Hiippoit- '
Ing women. Initial fr in tlnu in i
lliiit by men of other tribes, entile
to the explorer's mind with hM
discovery, ho said, nnd Indicate I
to htm that he might liiuu found ,
tho basis tor tho legend. i
During his lecture, Dr. Rlcn wn i
asked It he belleei that former
President Roosevelt's life had been i
shortt ned by tho effectn of his South
African Jouuioy. II, ( replied- (
"Yes. ho died from tho effects i
tit his Journey to South Africa. )
Tl;ri wos not a doctor In New j
York .vho know what tilled Mm."
Tho object of Dr. Rice's e- i
plnr.ttlou wai mainly to determlnn
tho .rharacier of the country sut- I
rounding th,, Itllla. Mesayu and In- j
Irldn rivers. Mid to Identify, thiwi
At San Martin he found SOU pur-
sons served by three priests 'who
bemoaned their lack of knowledgx '
of medicine. Many of their parish-'
nner wero suffering from disease, i
Dr. Rice's etiimlnntlnn ilevelnped '
that they carried tho tertian form
of malarial parasite and th epi-l
detnle skin iIInkisk known as plnta I
u particularly disfiguring form
Dally Dr Kirn was begged for
lollef hy the MiiffeieiM.
Thn old l.i Hiil-Oullim t lit It
ncrtisn the Vega In I he inluy srii
sou caused Dr. RIcii'h party much
dltflrull). Kor neatly lr mile lhi
trait iriiHMN u ehnlii of tiwnmim and
UUUKiulroi through which Hut un
IIvim of I li' parly floumlmqd niilii.'il,
rinsing and whipping thu park' nli
Inials before Ihein. ' '
.IAIM.N AMI VtTICtN Atilllill
O.N DIPLOMATIC IH'hATlOV
'I'OKIO. Die 30 -Japan hud tho
vnllntii havo agreed on Um esluh-
llshmi'iil nf dlldiililiitle lelntlini mill
tlio aiMiolntiueni or niliilslera tu
,thelr n'MM'ihn com i with a siuiilt
'staff of sorretailes. hut Japanese ue
linns iillint await tho derlsliln of thn
diet tin the builHel for next )ear.
HitVo you died tho new salads at
thb Uoii T.in7 2't-3n
Herald classified ads pay you.
KLAMATH VALLEY HOSPITAL
Pine nt Fourth Street
Klamath Falls, Grafton
To. make ir Ijeltcr town, to; socurt safer living
, conditions,-' to encourage good physicians to remain,
demands the support and maintenance of the mod
ern hospital by every one whom it may sometime
serve. Pull for the hospital in sickness, in acci
dents, in motherhood! .Make u?e of it. Patronize
it. A homo institution to bo proud of. Wish it
well. Where would you be Without hospital or doc
tor? This town would not bo a nifo place in which
to live. Is that true of church or school? Then
the hospital is first. Make use of it. Wish it well.
LA VOGUE STORE
Has been closed on account nf fire
In Roll In litiiriUMg. Wutrh for etc
trnnrdlmiry nunoiiuceiiii nt In this
paper shortly. 3')
Herald classified ads pay yon
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lIHPL jAwfln 1 524 Main St. Phone 68 I
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'JVjfcli Wr il Extends Greetings and Wishes I
HaWl il You All A Prosperous I
VHT W M m &
I NEW YEAR I
MB i' H
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Where. pleasantBurroundincc and good fopd, well
cooked, are always to be had.
NEW YEAR'S DINNER
Served from 5:00 p. m. till 8:00 p. m.
TIN HING GUEY
619 Main Street Up Stair
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
TOM WAITED A LONG TIME FOR THIS
J STOPPED "IMTO TUVOU I JS.
RAISED TEN POUARS A Sn" WELL COMS
MONTH STARTING OH THE rurAi
I WAHTTOCALLYOUR ATTEMTIO
TO THE WALL PAPER JNTHE3E
TWO FROHT ROOMS - TllfiVRE.
IM VERV BAD 5HAPE AHDIEilD
NEW PAPER - I HE PAPER IN
THE FRONT PEP ROOM UP
STAIRS IS ALL SHOT FROM
. A LCHMM HC ISUOr
I'lL DO NO
TIIS TIMF .!
c j&r m ?
THE FURNACE. .NEEDS FIXING
AND THE. RADIATORS ,ALL
1 MAX-- R1IT IF VrtU VJrtN'T
VJHV lTW.LBeiftLLRl3HT )r t-
ANVVAV -JUST LET'EM 71 5URE,
fin 'Z-rtiaj Ami
. WELL.VOU CAN HAVE YOUR.
OLD HOUSE. WITH IT'S LEAKV
ROOF, Tb DIRTV WAIL3, IT'S
BUM FURNACE (4ND ITS Hldll
RENT- I'VE JOST BUILT A
NEW HOME OP MV OWN -
WE'RE GOING TO MOVE INTO
IT IN ABOUT TEN DAYS-
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