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THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
TUIWDAV, ai.hu, H, u
New York Peoole Are latest in Stenninraiihv Is a I" Iml,ortanl "W
Mostly m English Machine Writing Shorthand! rf(Me
United Ires ScrTlc
NBW YORK, April H. Gotham's
claim to botng a real cosmopolitan
clir was proven and the verdict hand
ed down tho dar by tho federal ccn
ui officials. The evidence was stag
geringly conclusive ot tho charge, of
cosmopolitanism against New York,
Out of a population of something
llko 6,600,000 of pcoplo who reside In
Greater New York, nearly 1,000.000
or, to bo exact, 973.96S are of
English, Irish, Scotch, Welsh and Cel
tic descent. These figures lncludo
those born tn the countries mentioned
or bora hero ot parents of thoso c-
among New York's populatlou 1,733,
970 persons who were born tn foreign
lands or who woro born here ot for
eign parents. They are divided as
Yiddish and Uebrow. S61.980;
Gvrmau, S41,Si9; Italian. M9.4U:
rollsh, 116.101; Magyar. 64UU;
Swedish, CI. Ill, French. 47,380;
Norwegians, 35,063; Danish, 14,731;
Spanish, 11,636; Greek, 11,633; Rou-"
nianian. 10.7S9; Hohemtan and Mora
vian, I0.9SS; Russian. 38.S70; Llthu
nlanand ixjttlsh. 11,317; Slovak. 10,
S0I: other Slavs, 10,076; Dutch and
Frlscan, 9,661; Finnish, 8,311; Ar
menian. 2,676; and Syrian and Ara
Maltm ( tirltiio Importance to
Klamath county ill ho dUciiMed at
Th steiiolytto was Invented by W.tt'Xi'tuio of legibility and accuracy
i ir..i.mi .,Tiwir pniirt ronortrr. I After nine, years' wasH'lnis 'ITot
.,. tt-mto hnrt.hand nl a snood but this direction. Mr. Ireland ha per-, tho ky
U'tlc below- tins world's record.
Like all other reporters, ho had
i. -I ,-.l.,.ll..e of mile tonight llleollllg Of till' MNttbor Of,
p. .own spacing and rotMiidtitg oi twiwi.i' .,....,, . !'
lit iir It U absolutely , n when'th.. Klamath dumber of Cummer, ,
A Urn ftltttHttohfe fruB i
id. ""t 1
Mortalities. Besides thoso there aro,btc,3,SS7.
QH1 n VEQTFDniV!
i niiH i
Thorn III alio he UV up lt U!l
inn tho olntluti ot a lulUiUfV
gti and slogan fur the Cki.i
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fcttvd and offered to tho reporting woum wrn i.v" " - """, the ftir nro iimtoo, " Htn rniiarsg ( tt
w..rld. tho slonotypo, Then are imiy "-- "" Uiw f (h first Mallei to roU " ' wmMUst, iM ,
The tlrst stenotM- Ir4 tin m .' ' ; ", 'Mw.,m will bo the rltowla. of a' " ""'T'' H' """"'
founds. The stenotyr In us in urn aro oi u. '' "" "r"" . , . ,,,. lha ....icihor." .7 "'.""." ""-
JUt inai mum iiniieriu ri-. n 'i"' "'- - - mi mi r"'ufaiun, tit, ,
worked at a rate that.Tn Hit mtlng all th rwldenta of fomiuerco, Tin
.lilnh school weighs a trlrte morn than
;elglit pounds, nhoul one-sUth the
tho keys In ftrUliiR dUianre. mi tlK at Mmtford this month, wli
- tioosteni of Jackson, Jwephlno and
Klamath counties iu torm an organ
Uattou fur drtlli tho luarvellous
cenle attractions of Houlnern Or-
i,milil. in inmarrlhlnie Ma tttitpa when
taken at a high rate of speed, so he!
conrclved tho tdca of writing dicta
tion down In nn raster and raoro ae-
curate way "tho machine way,"
Granulated glass is being tried as a
" preservative of the surface ot wood
In England, with much success.
HOOLIGAN IS NOW OWNED BY A
PORTLAND MAX NEW 8KB?
PKR PLANS TO KEMODKL TUB
BOAT FOR TOWING
I Tho same steam engine has boon
y pumping water out ot a coal mlno in
j England for more than 100 years.
' Thirty-nine million dollars was
i paid ont In old ago pensions la Eng
land and Wale during tho last fiscal ;
rm.Mkiw(n '' nitaw I
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inaito by Judin lleu.ou, llof,ftttUu. i
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., . oi. on, ner, K, tj, RJA.
ard and oilier A luuthwt
a part of tho procrant, lo U fafU4
iy tho tovt o( I lie dtreclots.
SMALL PER CENT
Of PUBLIC LANDS
jeliulr lllmr, In tin. tltinli of cr.
rent and I .a I'm", m KUkus u
IusIdk Plain alphabet type, witn no
eight ot tho average, typewriter.
( It write on a strip or paper alml
lar to that used on an addlugma
chine. Tho ateuotvpe ha but one-fifth
tho parts ot a typewriter, and Its
Tho missing Mlors
Tho Unllrd Htatiwi govern
A deal waa closed Monday whereby year'
.u ..a.h... UaaII-- m- iIA tr. V .. . . . .. t '.ui.lrtM nt-Yi.4lnvr n wav In which
v.uu B.Muuc. uu..ku - . .. Aluminum o lor wraiipinit lu-('""'" - . -- ------- .
V. Guthrie of I'orUaad by Captain JKstt produced that is only'sjwttd would not bo attained at tho 'action Is entirely automatic, doing its,uso a similar board,
Haasbury. The deal wan made oae.slxth ot one-hundredth ot an Inch bsss"ss"Bsjis"sssjssss
through Charles A. Spinning.
The new owner plans to use tho
boat la towing. He will remodel the
craft at once la order to make it
more adapted to this class ot work.
Crook fouttli, Mimi of tt4 Usii U
II.Ia ulplittlv 1.. !... 1... .
drawn for recUwullim utirbAM ui
" e sssssj
(or this rroii win not tiVUiii
se(iemnnt and mir llh Ik ut-
llf or 11)0 (ra UU tf )t ul
-""""" Jun th, or af nlirilr u4 Is hv
OVKtt .NINKVrKVtllK OF t?K,TM.li ,tt ",,, Tfc- blM. f tW ;J
tare eiimmiri u wmiif u ta
OUMIO.V AIIIU TIIIMiWN W'RJf.L,,,,,,,, lho rt Mntfc
Irt Al.ltUIV OWNED MY PrU.jand Hllv-r UKe, .SVarlf all Ubj hi.
,"-. ' -""" '.farming land, and will U mu
(settlement and nit ut4er lU o-
POHTLAS'tl. Anril 1 . Allhouah r4 hmeso4d 1 f rotMlM to
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tho Udra forrttryhut.au mado bold '- ,w, ,
i. . .. ,w , t -.. ...... "in tno wnom
M board 'sbsiimbhtowbi ! au ...a.
imI n h-ttn tialnut illl
. . .... ..!.. .. . .. 1...! I.. u.l,i. ttit m t .
hkh ituan no othrr marhluo ran "w ...-.-.... -..-,
Ceylon produces nearly overy pro-
clous stone known with the exception J
ot diamonds, emeralds, opau and tur-tquolsea.
: Hotsse Cbaaces. , German is able to feed about nine-
The Argraves, which ha boea.coa- tenths ot her nearly 60.000.000 In
ducted b Mra. J. N. Bridges, has habitant on tho product ot her own
bee transferred by her to J.
Horshberger. to whom she has sold'
Nine hundred young French wo-
aex leaae. Morsaoerger ioraaeriy . .,onad !, minister
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conducted the Rex cafe.
Tramp for a Night
to allow them to Join the army In the j
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CakValsaa Ftaoral To-orrow.
Tho faaeialotOw lata JCra. Cather-' Chines Inthe Hongkong district
lao Callahan wril bo held tomorrow j have recently taken to Ice. cream,
afternoon at 2 o'clock, from the par- There U a tremendous salo of Amer
lors ot the Whltloek undertaking par-" lean Ice cream freerers.
Ion. Elder Harlaad will conduct the ;
Japan each year produces
than 260,000,000 bushels of
nearly 60,000.000 pounds ot tea and
Union painters In Boston arc de
manding 55 cent an bonr.
more. Another general railway strike ap
rice pears to be Imminent In Italy.
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. Kienir oer ceiiL ui uie viwia u .
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aoro mm zo.vvv.vvv pounu. m. . Switzerland belong to the unions. ,
The distinction ot having the best-. T;n per cont of lne fact0ry work.;
paia one-room country scnooi wacner. crs to New Jergey are women
t .1. IT.ti.J C..u. k.lnMmi In T s.w.1 '
IU UIO UUllW ow.a ucivuab fcw awmm , .
county, lllisois, which pays Its teach- The Massachusetts supremo court
er 1110 a month for a term of nine i has ruled against the uso of the "un-j
months. I fair" list by labor unions. J
mere are icars u uuuu.w " .
arise shortly over the question or,
Tho railroads ot this country will
collect about $10,000,000 this year
because of the extra business result
ing from tho parcel post.
Subscribe for tho Herald. 50 coat
non-union workers at the Clyde ship
In the densest part of Bombay
there are 740 persons to tho acre.
New York has 1,000 In the same area.
Only a Few Pieces of
Land Yet to Rent
See Us Quick
80 ACRES POTATO AND GRAIN
LAND, $5.00 PER ACRE, HALF
CASH, BALANCE AFTER HARVEST.
HOUSE AND BARN.
5 ACRES BLACK LOAM CELERY AND
GARDEN LAND, CHEAP FOR CASH.
2 ACRES FINE GARDEN SPOT; RICH
SOIL, CHEAP FOR CASH.
The Klamalli Development Co.
1303 Main Street
Klamath Palls, Ore.
igtL. ipH H I
of drink, hut many, far too many,'
wore begging a night's lodging and,
coffeo and bread because they found t
it Impossible to earn n roof and a
meal. I can say from personal exper
ience that most of tho men wo en-
countered wero anxious lo get work.
hut found It impossible, we laiKed
with many men, who told heart rend
Inv stories, often also concerning tho
plight of women and children whom
these fathers bad failed to support
through no fault ot their own."
OPE HA HOUSE
DANCE S.lTUtlHV: NIGHT
.liluit(nn: Grnllriorw, HO
In tho whoU rtlmltniUn ( !,.
odd acrro all otreptluc twi J,i ;1
'..f ... ,l ,..., i.r- .I...1.I I.. L- ereoairyarei...iiB(.nMl-n.
--ewtaiw ---! www-w-mw. -. - ,,j
-.iu..r,... ,...,. ii.- r..ri ..- ersnip, w,mura-n ir ipms m
.. ..!.- i. ...i.u n.ilpunMi or tUl(!fc4 at di hint
I, M"VI"- "I'll -.,-.w . . ,.,, . ,., ..... 1
....! inn.,,. - .,1 i.U ..Hr ,i A con.fiioio rn iwi ,j
11 .,.-- -.. v ....- ,,-. .,., l...j .. Iu ..!
-Ill bo avallahlo for actual sfltto." "" "" "
muut fr other ihn dry farming purrMnM T""
In responto to tho numerous tn . Mor thn ,:oo itixMt tit
qulrle (lrorg II. Cll of I'ottlaud. toll-d in tho forrft;JMe Mm
dlnrkt for-tr. ba lul tbo fo of tho Utolw!! of WUtoMla.
lowing stateaisnu tl.nso !," f t"li ttfiji
"Tho and lnolved In this vliml- tn worn lor utmemir rtn,M4
nation ar In tho Dhut aa4 tho l.SOC aro enrryluc folli !l
I'aultna national forosts. and torn.' without bln randldiiM ler y
prise a llitln uPt 410,000 aero In rs-v itr
eight contiguous bodies, too largest
of which U located along lh ! IUrl want ad trtsg
A. K. Kent Is back from a business j
trip to Uoseburg. Mr, Kent was away
about ton days. I
Iter. H. S. Rambo, a well known
minister of New York city, now
knows something of the feeling of
loneliness that comes to the man out
'of a Job and home In a. big city. He,
with uev. Graham 8. Hunter, spent
one cold night on the streets of New
York without funds. This la bis story
of bis experience:
"We wore no overcoats, and as our
clothes were ragged we .suffered from
tho cold, a the night was .bitter. We
,had not shaved for two days, and no
one whom we met suspected that wa
were not tramps. We applied, bait
frozen, to tho municipal lodging
bouse for food and shelter. We found
It already overcrowded with vagrant.
We finally got a cup of coffee each
and a tow siloes of bread. I hare
never tasted anything hotter in an
my lire, for I was chilled and mighty
hungry, There wero more tbaa 200
men stretched out on tho hard floor,
and every bed wa occupied, we
finally slept on the, floor with the
"Wo wero particularly struck by.
the fact that many of the men we saw
in the place bad good face, showed
no signs of dissipation, ana were jhk
Plata unfortunate Jn the race of life.
Of court there wa a quota of me
fame naiuruay. t
All lovers of dancing and music are
Invited to attend a ball to bo given at
tho WlilUi I'ollcnn hotel Saturday eve
ning, from 9 to 12, Old and new
dances. Tickets, SOc xr person. It
HUH Hllckn to It.
Fred llacon, representing ilellor
Kllcn company of San Francisco, was
In tho city Monday. Mr. tlaeea re
marked some time ago about the well
dressed appearance of the ladles of
Klamath Falls. "1 stilt claim tho
ladles hero are bettor dressed than Is
most cities of trlplo the population,"
said Mr, Dacon this morning, before
leaving for the morning train.
A Hon.N.rr Mgltt'a MlrtalsuM"
"Ttio Quality of Mrr."
Hellg Drama In Two I'arl.
"Falling In Ixivo Willi lor."
"Tho MUodritturt of a Mlglity Mo
arvh" Vitagraph Comedy
Fnaiurlng John llunny
AdmbMlon 10c aad Sin
THE SMALL DEPOSITOR
III WJMml Vaso 1 m flsmmsmsLml "" i
U made welroiao b f
"groat oik from Uttle Mem
grow," and mn ol Mtlum
arcount to bitt U
way. Tho FIntTriut nils
Itnw Hank lll i-n w
with you, even If It l Bt
than II. Hurt oo n ''
itftt to neo It NB
row ! resular ,JIM th
owy pay lr
FIRST TRUST M SAVINGS BANK
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
FOIt JfAl.K Gentle pony, broke to
ride or drive. Inquire of John
Austad, Mills addition. 14-St
Today' aews la The Herald.
Kdlson Two-Heel Hpeclal
'Tim Hlrrplag Hentlael,"
MATINKR DAIXY AT Ste
ALIi LICKNBRD FIOrTJlUsIt
THEY BVY IT FOIt WHAT IT DOF.H. THATH
WHY THF. FOltD IH HKHVANT OF THOUH
ANDS. IT HOI.DH THK WOltl.D'H IlKCOIll)
FOR ALT 'ROUND DKI'KNDAIIIf.ITY. AND
ITH THF, MGHTKHT -THF, NTKONGKHT
THK MOHT KCO.NOMICATj OAK' ON THK
Five hundred dollars Is the price of the
Ford runabout; lite louring ear Is flvu fifty;
the town car seven fifty f, o. b, Dot roll,
complete with equipment. Get catalog mid
DON J. XUMWAI.T, I'rv.. K. M. sHJItl, Vko I'rea.
IIKIIT K. U ITMHOW, tecretafT
Surveyors and Irrigation Engineer
Klamath County Abstract Co.
MAI'H, I'LANH, HI.UKfHINTM, Mc. KIMATH tAI.W. OM jj
, . . sswsssswsmm" &
:fCw rig rasaj0
li' ' .. WT
r-YOU WONT'GO WRONG
Take a step la the riflkt illrerllea walk lat" "r tM ' fi
Hesitte better noes! at our toro, yew are auro of the '"
ia'm miui HiwMVi tfiMis u UMWii woaiui ruin rm w.-. -
whcl Iter I hey buy or Mot
artly what, you ask far.
hut for maay year
l M nave asMitne " - , t0t
W wlt m yetirHl J
Corner Nata and 7 Ntreet, KUamth FalU, Orfla
who showed that they were rletlm