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TITHHAY, Al'ltll, i, ,,
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
M U It It A Y
Published dally oxcopt Sunday b
The Herald Publishing Company of
Klamath Tails, nt 116 Fourth street I
Entered at the postothco nt Klam
ath Falls, Ore., tor transmission thru
the mails as socoud-class matter.
Subscription terms by mall -to nn
tddresi in the United States:
Ono year $6 00
Ono month 50
.id nithln the reach of tunny prop-
Member of tho Asvoci.itctl Pre pities which inn now to-open.
The Associated Press is eclushel j m
entitled to the Use (or republication
ot all news dispatches credited to li
or not otherwise credited In this pa
per, and also local news published
All rights of republication ot spe
clal dispatches herein are nlo re
shorter space ot time thnu la usually
thought," maintains Ml. JacklliiK
The upward trend of the lead mar
ket has brought a ray of sunshine
into the industrial sky of the slher
lc:ul districts. The upward swlnn
has been in prowess for some time
fiom the $fi market, which was the
I lowest reacneu, i ne iiiovuiriu iuih
i-.iiiid a feeling of optimism anums
the pi odiums of lead and It is pre
dicted b) some that lead may ml-
a iiue a high as ?i. "The ptivont nd-l Mis !' 1. Hates n a pus-eimer
,io loupled with the accepted re- this morning for l'ottland.
'iluitton of wages In mlueis has
! Ium;ht the profit ible pi eduction of! X U- (5ret?r ls ll,r, for a few ds
mi business from Medfor.l.
MTTI.K HinKI.IOHIS OV l.lll'lli M.Ml'llMMIS
AMOXd TIIK I'KOI'I.K UK THIS (MTV ANI VICINITY.
OOIXOS AM) rO.MIMJS OK I.OOAI, KOI. US
Mrs (I V Kello left for a Nit to
t.os Angeles this morning.
Tl'KSIlAY, Al'ltll. 1, flMll
IKHJS IX Till: MAXCKIt.
TURKS DO IT
I.ouls tlerbcr is able to he
again nftor'an oMended Illness
J. A. 1M wards Is
the Hotel Hall ioda
I .1. S. I)als
Is looking after
In order to kill the oil land leas
ing bill which would hne passed be-
LON'DO.V Correspondence of the
fore congress closed, la Folletto de-i Associated Press The Turks are by
llberately took up nil tbo time allot-' no means convinced that they aro
ted to consideration of the measure, I vanquished, and show few signs of
thereby making its passage imposs- regret that they were eer the allies
lble. j of the Central Powers, according to
In commenting on the bill hi one a French correspondent, who has ro
of his speeches. Senator Pittmnn of. turned from Constatinople. The cor
Nevada who has worked unceasingly j respondent attributes this failure on
for Industrial development of the! the part of the Turks to realize their
tactual sltuatron to the fact that the
British and French commanders in
the Turkish capital have not acted
like conquerors and imposed their au
thority on the Turks.
The correspondent declares that he-
was unable to convince the leading
Turks of the Complete victory ot the
Allies and of the definite crushing of
the Got man military power, and adds
that this is due to the fact that the
Allied troops did not enter Stamboul
with Hags lling, because the Allied
olllcers did nut install themselves as
masters in the different ministries,
a 1 l'cause the military authorities
did not take over all the administra
tive offices and police the city.
The Committee of Union and Prog
ress no longer exists, legally, says the
Frenchman, but Its creatures still oc
cupy their posts in the ministries and
in the police service.' "They are very
active, and offer (us very bitter and
systematic opposition," ho continued.
"This frequently takes the form of
spreading rumors, of a disagreement
between France and England on the
subject of the future Turkey. They
assert that it would be to the ad
vantage of England and France to
J. It. Turner loft this mottling for
southern points after a short busi
ness Ht in taw cltj. j
F. V. l!ol,i came in esterdaj aft
ernoon from llouiuza on matters of'
business for a few dujs.
(!. V llarluinu Who has been here J
on matters of business lor a few d.is'f
lias ie V
1 tii n i' m, in, ,.i,. . .,i... i
.... ... v ..,. llv.t M,', ',11,1 IUI-,
been lsllng for .sometime at tint
home of Mr and Mrs. .1. II. Itees, left
this morning for Itet home nt (.rants
Alex Itoslioiougli, ce piesldeut of
the California. Oregon Power Com
pany, came In last lueulng for a short
is on mattets ot business from
Mr. and Mrs llmge V M ison and
son. Iltuge Junior, htno tetiirued
from a thiee weeks vacation visit m
Southern California points Thev re-
The Winnek Co., Inc.
Chester lVl.up, who npointos a
much In (he Itoutyl Lake district
paid the Countj seat n business visit
fiom lied llluff, California
tinned to that point.
426 Main Street
Closing Out These Lines of Goods
Your Chance to Save Money f
"When the experts came before the
Committee on Naval Affairs in re
gard to naval reserves' they asken
to set aside C, 000. 000 acres of oil
lands described by geologists. Why
sdo you not set aside 100,000 acre
of that for .Navy and develop It. They
said, "Because we do not know w heth
er there is oil there or not. It will
cost its $50,000 a well to find out
whether there Is oil, and we may sink
100 wells and never find it." Yet 6.
000,000 acres of that land that the
Government Itself is afraid to pros
pect have been withdrawn from en
try for nearly nine years. What ls
your plan for developing It? Have
you got any?"
The wpst has good cause to remem
ber the old fable of the dog in the
manger. Pinchot, La Folletto et al
have been very successful In keeping
the prospector nway from the oil
which the consumer has been' cry! ig
for. The obstructionists refused to
develop withdrawn lands or allow
anybody else to and yet they wee
dishonest enough to withdraw lands
the minutesome enterprising individ
ual risked his money and discovered
Ke.slerson.l'"'" " """ ,lmi'
ami .vir and .Mrs. ua rnase sue bete
I K. Kesterson, W J.
for a sltoit visit fiom Worden.
F 11 McElweo left this morning
for points In Texas whete lie expects
to remain for an indefinite time.
Mr, and Mrs. James Spicer are re
cent arrivals from Portland. They
tire guests at 'the White Pelican Ho.
Mr. and Mrs. J, lluigo, left on the
train this morning for Marshfielil.
whete they expect to lesltle Mr.
Ittirgo has been Identified with ttte
Pel Iran Ha) Lumber Company
Hex La Pr.title. a well known
Klamath Falls ho), who 1ms been In
the aviation service for a uumht'i- of
months and who ha.s been stationed
We still have the follow
ing plows that must be sold
to close out the lot of ma
chinery. We offer them nt
attractive prices prices that
will save you about $30 on a
V . One Oliver Sulkey, 14-in. sod
! most of the time at Hellvlile. Illinois, , V
K. l.oosluy, a piomlneiit iMttlem.ni hM returned to Klamath Palls !
of the Wood Hlvet Valle) Is In Klaui-j m I
ath Falls looking after business In j l the seuato it's the league of fulml- &
terests. nations -Newark News. j t
Mrs. S. S. Aiken and Miss Wlnnl-'
Three Moline 14-in. Sulkeys,
I. if,. illllriiiif,4 i-miitmlili-v Iintt milil V
fred Walker left on the train for eniiiiiiniiiui.,,, n,.ini.ii ,.. ' A
Medford this morning wlteie they ex
pect to reside.
The people are beginning to see the placate Turkey and to leave Constan
hypocracy of these tactics. i tinople as the Turkish capital.
j "On one of the Princes Islands
COST OF RAIIJtOADS . ' Prinkipo the German marshal, von
TO THE TAXPAYIMtS. ' Sanders Liman Pascha, Is comforta-
! bly lodged and receives the adherents
C V Loosley and F. L. Hums aro1
in town from Fort Klamath for a
short time They are stopping at
the Hotel Hall. I
Chas. McCartle and Dick Fl)tin'
weie In KJamruli Falls )estotday
from Merrill on their way to HI),
where they will look after their binds j
of sheep !
Remington firearms and nnununi-'
tions were awarded Grand Prize utj
Panama Pacific Exposition. 19-Iiti
Ask Cliilcntr & Smith nbout the,
LOW COST life, accident mill health
policies of the Travelers. 1-tf
SI 10,000,(10(1 on account or liilluriue. J
Heed the vvarnlng anil got a Ion cost .
pollt) from Chllcote A Smith. 1-tf V
One Oliver chilled
If you need a plow, now is
the time to buy.
An ordinary Work Shirt
will cost you from $1 up; we
have several hundred Kood
shirts that will take the place
of a work shirt at 80c each,
to close out.
More of the Men's Shoes
to close at $3.75 the pair.
We have about one ton of
Nails, all sizes, from 3's to
60's, to close out in keg lots
at a saving to you. No kegs
UANCINO SATCHDAY EVI.'XIXfJ
See Charles S. riood, Klamath!
Agency, for Indian gro:iitg lands and
,It is costing the government (the
taxpayers), $32,300,000 a month to
run the country's railroads, Chairman
Sherley of House appropriations com
mittee Informed the House when he
brought up bill for an additional
railroad control ap-1
of the old regime, and, between des
sert and cheese, they openly plot
against us without fear of disturb
"The Germans, who knew the
Turks, treated them as they should
I be treated, with brutal force, and
that Is the only attitude which can
he adopted towards them. We should
bring home to them thg realization
that the Allies are In reality the con-
The postoffice department has al
ready made a good start toward
mtiKslnir nn the telenhone. telegraph
and cable system In the same man-! Herors. We must act with energy
ner as the railroads and the nation a""" firmness, if we desire to retain
will be fortunate If It does not have'"ur predominant inlluenco in Tur
to dig up millions to square this ac-key"
count as a resup of theso exper!-1
ments. The people pay the bill. ( Political experts believe that on
m the success of the League of Nations
I scheme will depend Mr. Wilsons
'chances for re-election, should he
choose to run again. Oh, well, if
that's all there is to It we know Just
' what to do -New York Telegram.
THE WOHST IS PASSED
Col. D C. Jtickllng, vice president
and general manager of the Ptah
Copper company, one of the largest
copper producers In tho V. S , de
clares that copper buying Is now in
evitable. Production costs are great
er now than the selling price and as
copper will never be sold at a low
er figure than quoted today the mark
et Is bound to pick up in the neai
Flooding of tho topper market Is
blamed on tho great stimulus given
production thru war contracts. "Tho
government fixed a price and, pro
ceeded to buy and pile up a big te
serve of copper. It also entouiaged
the companies to pile .tip reserves
against emergency calls. Tho sudden
termination of tho conflict found big
supplies on hand In every section
This, coupled with the fuct tho ordi
nary construction dropped to a mini
mum, and has not yet recommenced
lias brought copper down to its pre
sont level," explained Colonel Jack
"Tho future looms bright and rosy
for nil sorts of Industrial activity
Reconstruction will u undor wa
and normal times reachod within a
KLAMATH FALLS IIHANCII
MASON, EHRMAN & CO.
Ofllcc I'-JO S. ath St. Phone 87
K. II. JKKFKItSOX
Jessie L, Lnsky I'rtwuN
"TIIH WIIITK MAX'S LAW"
Two lies-Is of HIk'V. Comedy.
Admission It) anil 20 cents. Show
Starts 7::ttl mid fl: in.
Also A (i'ikhI Coineily.
Admission 10 & 1." cents Matinee
'J..IO. i:enlnj;s 7::i() & II.
The Winnek Co., Inc.
426 Main St.
KNOCKS OUT PAIN
THE FIRST ROUND
Comforting relief from pain
makes Sloan's tho
T.V rOMMI.SSIO.MIIIS VAMKD.
HAI.i:.M. April I. V W Mulkey iitid
James Ciiinston have resigned from
the soldiers and HallorH loiniulsslon,
which administers the SI 00. HOD fund
for nldlng tint returning xurvlro men.
(inventor )U oil litis appointed It
M Crt) of I'm timid and Lieutenant
(leorge Kelley In their plaren
MERRILL OPERA HOUSE
TUESDAYS AXD SATURDAYS
Jiffy-Jell desserts carry
real fruit flavors in es
sence form, in vials.
A wealth of fruit juice
is condensed. for each des
sert. So you get a fresh
fruit dainty, healthful and
This is the new-type
quick gelatine dessert
five times as good as the
Loganberry and Pine
apple are two of the be9t
flavors. Try them.
They're found only in
10 Flavors, at Your Grocir't
2 Package for 25 Cent
"TIIK PICK OK THK PKTl'ItKS"
H. W. POOLE, Owner
"LIFEIS GREATEST PROBLEM"
Starring Mitchell Lewis
Coming Thursday and Friday, Theda Bara
SPECIAL PRICES FOR "SALOME" ONLY
Thif famous reliever of rheumatic
aches, Bareness, stiffness, palnfut
sprains, neuralgic pains, anu most
other external twinges that humanity
suffers from, cnjos its grot salca
because it practically never fails to
bring speedy, comforting relief.
Always ready for use, it takes littlo
to penetrate without rubbing and produce
results. Clean, refreshing. At all drug
stores. A large lottle means economy.
30c, 60c and $1.20
TIM'ST IS IH'S'rr.D.
Ni: YOHK , April 1 Federal
JiiiIko Hum! has ordered tho illxollit.
tlon of the corn prodtit'tH lompnuy,
whli It mum Hell all hut three of ItH
uiiiuiifartiirliiK plautx to IIh coiiipntl.
tors bnfnro 1 ! 2 1 .
iii:lps wi.ik uttn
Klamath I'iiIIh people arc uiUun
lulled at tho iiilck rniullH protlucud
by xliuplo wltchhntel, riimpliur, ttr
dratitlH, etc , uit mixed In l.r.toptlk
uyu wiihIi. In ouo cium of weak and
near-nlulited o)m a fou dayn ua
hrotiKhl ImproMMiietit In another
case It Htopped uyu pulim and Miriam
matloii. Wo KUiiraulee a I'linill bot
tle of l.avoptlk to help ANV ('At!
luimU', Ht rallied or llillameit e'H .Mu-
uilnum eye cup FHi:i: Whitman
Drue Co, Ailv
KHTItAV sont i:
Cniiin to my ranch ut Wllo
brltlRO, 3-yoar-old llolxlelit itror,
liruttiU'd Y K with box iiriiiinil It on
left Hide: marked under Hlnpo la
right and npllt In left ear t'lmrles
K. Drew. Merrill. 31-31
Matinees, all seats, 25c.
At this Theater ut
2;:io p. in.
Doom open nt - o'clock
Evenings, all seats, 35c
MR. HARRY BOREL
LIKE BOLT FROM
A happy discovery of Cincin
nati chemist interests
- .....".'. ... . .... ,
Your nigh IiooIh htno put ronm on
your toes it ml cuIIiihph on your feel,1
but why care now? I
A goniuH In Cincinnati dlxcoveifd it
miigli' ether compound and named It
fioezono. A quarter ounto of thin
fieeaono can now ho had at tiny drug
utoro for a fow centH. Aiiply a fuw'
iliopH on your tender, aching torn or1
culliiH. Instantly tho HoronoiH i1Ihiii-,
pcara and Hhortly you will llnd the'
torn or callus so shriveled ami looso
that you lift It off with jour llngcrx.l
Just think! You got rid of u, hard
torn, soft torn or a com botwoon the'
tocH, us well aH hfirdoiied calluses for.
u few tents and without milTorliig ouo
particle, without tint slightest Irrita
tion of tho surrounding skin. Just it'
touch of t h Ik. muivelous freeznno on a'
soro .troublesomo (orn gives liiHlaitt
lellof, Adv. I
To buy Cheap Tires, cheaii
Tubes, wastes money and de
Thta tipplluH osiiclnlly to thn mnii
who owns ouo of tho lower priced
cars and drives It himself. To him
the bursting lire uiiiuiih money, and
Tho man driving his own rnr knows
that u well-madu tiro Is onn-half tho
pleasure or automoblllug.
Fortunately, thn makers of Ilia
best tiros devote especial attention to
the light ears. Thorn Is nothing
morn extravagant than a cheap, poor
ly niacin lire on ono of thn lower
Dollar fur dollar, tho good tiro will
glvo moro than doublu thn mileage
and live times tho pleasure,
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GARDEN SEED-Bulk and Package Murphey's Feed & Seed Store
Oregon Standard Purity and Germination 126 South Sixth St. Phone 87