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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
E. J. MURK A V
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YOUTH HAS MUSICAL GENIUS
SATURDAY, XOVEMDKU 1, 1010
THE POWER BEHIND
lu the period of America's par
ticipation In tho world war, tho
American Tied Cross camo to bo
known as the army behind the army.
Jt now becomes tho army behind the
movements of tho greater welfare
of humanity in time of peace tho
Intense, moral, pushing forco that
shall back up and Inspire 'activities
designed to improve tho health and
general living conditions of all tho
The power of tho Red Cross Is
derived from its concentration of the
spirit of a whole nation in an actual
physical organization. During the
war the thing that aroused the won
der of the rest of the world in con
nection with the relief work car
ried on by the American Red Cross,
was not the vast sums contributed
Xor the aid of the suffering, but the
all-embracing character of the or
ganization that subscribed these
Tunas. A relatively few persons
'"might have given the hundreds of
millions of dollars that were used
to finance the relief work in ques
tion, but the great moral effective
ness would not have been the same.
It was tho spirit and heart of in
entire nation in the funds and 'n
the work that counted.
If the concentrated spirit and '
heart of America could accomplish
what it did among many peoples in
the time of war, what can tho same
power not achieve, for its own peo-,
pie in particular, when organized on j
a peaco basis? The first essential
o the success of any far-reaching!
movement is public sentiment. The
Red Cross with a membership of
millions, gives public sentiment a
physical organism. It is the medium
that insures expression in terms of
positive action. Public sentiment to
day demands those things which
mean better health and happier
homes, and registered under the
Red Cross emblem its ideals become'
The Roll Call, November 2-11, is
for all American men and women.
Answer "Here"! by becoming' Red
Cross member for another year
That farmers havo tho r!ht to
exrect returns on their products
tthlch would bo n fair remunera
tion for nunibor of hours of labor
whether It bo eight hour or
14 hours a day was the voice
of agriculture made before the
capltal-labor-public Round Tablo
conference by O. B. Dradfute,
president of tho Ohio Farm Bu
reau Federation," and one of tb
fivo representing agriculture la
this historic session.
VETERANS ARE NOT ENVIOUS
Willy Ferrero, 13 Years Old, and
American Dorn, It Capabla
Leader of Orchsttra.
Willy Kerrero, 13, who lends tOO
piece orchestras lu selections of War
ner, Itccthoxcii, Itnislnl, Oilej: anil
others In an American and wnsi born
In Portland, Me. Tin child tins at
traded the attention of Kuropc since
lie wns 4 yours old, but It was only
recently that tils American birth m
revealed by his parents, who nre
The lad wni taken to Italy whither
hit parent were returning to titke un
their residence In tliolr old homo In
i Turin. When Willy was 4 ho hewn
hfs imiilcnl career, lending an orclies
! trn In the Polios Hereon.' In I'nrln. A
onr Inter he appeared In theCoitiitisii
theater. Home, where for the llrst time
he led an orchestra of 1(H) pieces.
The child took his orchestra before
Emperor Nicholas In 1U13 and con
ducted two concerts for the monarch.
In the same year his orchestra wns
tilling an enpiKoineut lu London, and
he was commanded to appear before
Queen Alexandra at Marlborough
house, lie appeared before Popo Hen
edict XV In 101(1. In April. 1015. Just
before Italy's declaration of war, Willy
was presented with tho gold modal by
the Italian minister of education after
he hail made a successful uppearancc
In the AuBUstouiii. where he had con
ducted an orchestra and chorus aggre
gating 500 participants.
DOG RIDES IN AIR
DERBY ACROSS U&.
ii - "w YVr jW'JjBfM I
NATIONAL HEROES OF FRANCE
Lazare Hoche and Ferdinand Foch
Are Names to Be Forever Held
In Grateful Memory.
Soldiers Who Took Part In the Civil
War Proud of the Youngsters
Ttecently one of the current mncn-
zlnes contained a picture called. "Mr
Place Usurped.'' It showed the itsum
village crowd of youngsters INtenlnr
to a returned soldier tell stories of hlk
life "over there." Sitting nt one sldi
of the picture, entirely deserted lr
every one. was a Civil war veternr
His face vas full of sorrow over h
desertion "by his usual audience
"We wondered whether tint w
really the way people were dolus f
getting the old soldiers iilso w belli
the old soldiers were feeling as tl
old man lu the picture seemed to fe
said nn Ind'rnn man "So we too!, i.
picture nnd showed It to nn old in
who Is n very fnmlllnr figure lu i
j streets on account of h's faded nn.
uniform. lie looktd at tic pletuie un
men no cnuckieii: 'Hoche to his countrymen.
u'V!iy, hWst your soul, I dnn'tTH Is said thnt he once pr
feel thai wny he told us. '1 wnnl to
listen lo 'em myr-elf.' he continued. 'I
wnnt to knnN how they fought at
Ypres and see If It was like we did nt
Antletuiu. And then, too,' be smiled
more, 'it's Just th's nay. I've been
honored for more than 50 years now,
and during that time one gets Just a
little hungry for a chance to do u little
honorin' himself. So now It's my
chance to honor the young fellers. I'm
glad the tables nrc turned for a little
while, and I bet most of the other old
comrades are, loo." "
. Wl" Lieut. Mnynnnf, Jha
flying parion," hopped off nt
Now York for San Francisco with
fifty other flyers In tho big race
across tho continent nnd back, ho
had a mascot In "Trlxlo." a Gor
man pollco doit, that rodo with
him. Maynard wa a mlnlstor In
Carolina before war. Ho wou-tha
roccnt Now York-Toronto air
AGAINST WAGES FOR WIVES
Gathering cf Women R dlcule the Idea,
Labeling It at "Ccmmcrclallz
Ing the Home."
Marshal Foch Is taking a particular
satisfaction at this time of the con
summation of a great victory to pay
honiHge to the fame of Lnznre Hoche,
the famous young general who escaped
the Ilevolutlounry guillotine eventual
ly to command thnt army of the Sam-hre-et-Meuse
which, though nt first
disorganized, badly fed and badly
equipped, performed the brllllunt seven
mouths' campaign which established
the reputation of French anna ou both
sides of the Hhlne. To this day nt
Nelssetithurm stands a monument
l0 ...A I .1.... .. I... k. ..Ull-
lta uuiiiiiij uuii mm oi iis uriiiuini
Moling chief. No wonder Mandml Foch
lanes pleasure in recalling l.aznre
to the minister for war of Ills day,
"Je euls In patrle," The French of
the present Century would throw up
their hats nt such n sentiment as en
thusiastically as the contemporaries nf
Hoche nnd Houget de Lisle. Willi the
great mnss f them, though they do
not perhaps express It so tersely. Foch
Is "lu patrle" lu the sense Hint lie cor
tnlnly stands for them us "la Vlctolre"
DISCOVERED VAST DEAD CITY
Photograph Taken by Airman Ofrer
Metopotamla, Reveal Site of Once
High Heels Lessen Vitality.
Itlgh heels prevail In spite of the
promise of something wiser In build
coming Into popular favor. Yet. to
quote a well-known docter: "No wo
man pretends thnt she Is comfortable
when wearing high heels nor can she
hope to be graceful when wearing
them, for the body Is thrown out of
VICTORY TO SUPERIOR RACE
"Teuton Hotia 'at the Marn'a Over-
1aiUaIihjI ftau BCam DuaJ a!1''
...,, ,.u u men i-vmcmch
T-ova of Liberty.
w. n ' Jl1 ' '"' '" " m All''''''
The following passage ta from aa
article entitled "The New Menaufl fb
Old World.'.' In Fi,v-A'm.?hin"!,7i'
writer. Jesus Semprum.'li 'a 'nofei
Venezuelan'man df lerters. tii'ej'autii'pr
of many biographical; historical ' and
literary works. He employs the alle
gorical style of writing.
"T'berefore, men died by the 'thou
sand, from Nleuport to the black
Vosges," writes II r, Semprum. "An
advance here, another there, thousands
of prisoners, hundreds of cannon; hut
the channel ports continued to be de
nied them; Amiens and Chalons and
Paris unattainable In the distance.
The tired chargers went so far as to
drink the fateful waters of the Marne.
"Suddenly the wind of wrath blows
against the monarch's hosts. In the
front rank fight with hklllful daring
the new men. like veterans reasoned
In long campaigns. Without knowing
the whips of the sergeants, the de
stroyers of free will, without having
lived cowered by the joke of minute
and Iron discipline, without calling
themselves the favorites of the Most
High. Pershing's men pursue the vet
eran conqueiors of the world and
throw them buck upon the Moselle,
astound them with their numbers,
their strength, tliolr blinple nnd serene
valor. They went forward nt a quick
nnd meiiHured pace, and under their
feet the soil of Prunce quivered In the
Joy of liberation.
"The new men had arrived In time!"
Development of Army Searchlight.
A review of the work of the nnny
engineer corps In the wur, first Is-"
pued by the war department, says thnt
I he corps produced a new form of
Searchlight mor" powerful than any
that had preceded It In any army, with
Vvhlch the Second field army hud been
fartlally equipped. "It weighed." the
eport says, "one-eighth ns much ns
lamps of former design, cost only one
third as much, was about one-fourth
lis large In bulk, nnd threw a light 10
per cent stronger than any other port
able projector lu existence." Still fur
ther to perfect the searchlight, our en
ijlnpers were nt work on a remote con
rol when hostilities censed. Scientific
ner equilibrium the shoulders are
thrown forwnrd. depressing the chest;
breathing Is Interfered with, nnd (hat
means poorer blood and n flnnl de
crease In ltallty. This comes grad
ually,, hut It Is Inevitable when a wo
mnn persists In wearing very high
heels. Her heels should conform to
the arth If her Instep." Exchange.
Lieut. Col. J. A. Benzelcy gives In j Polse- nlul nclon of lie 'w't ' re
Geographlval .Tnurnnl (London) nn In-1 strlcted. More serious than her nwk-
terestlng esamnle of how photography ' "nruness is me eventual injury to ner
from ah nlrshlp can extend our know I-, neaHh. For In the effort to preserve
.... . . . ' hap omtttllirltlm tha Qlwttil,liia am
eage. tvt uen niaxing an ncrtjii recon
naissance in Mesopotamia over terri
tory occupied by the Turks he took a
series of photographs near Snmnrra
which shows distinctly the rains of nn
ancient city extending 20 miles along
the Tigris river nnd two miles nnd a
half wide, large enongh to abetter
easily 4.000.000 Inhabitants.
This rltv wnnlrt npvpr hnv horn
noticed on earth, since It Is not marked f
by anything but scattered hillocks, al
though pottery nnd medals had been
discovered on the site. But tha photo
'graphs show clearly Its whole plan,
with Its fortifications, canals fur lis
ligation, and streets..
The fall of the airplane within the
enemy lines and) the rapture of"jjfa
passengers did not permit Colonel'
Beazeley to pursue hla researches', but
alnce the British occupied the territory
an archeological expedition, guided by
the photographs, has begun to explore
the dead city.
Wages for wives were turned down
by un audience largely of voincn here
the other night after n debute on
whether hiisbiinds should be required
to pay such wages, siijh the Philadel
phia livening Hulletln.
One spenker drew a dismal picture
of the future of romance with wives
working for wuges.
"Imagine a scene like this." he said:
"Honey, do you love ine7"
"Of course I love you."
'Then Will you marry mej"
"Well, majbe. How much do you
"Suppose the wives were to Join
the soviet of walterx-tlii nnd charge
to triple wuges for waiting up nights for
nt husbands." he said.
"Ininglne a wife going Into society
and being labeled a $LVu-weok wife. A
woman can take a lustyear hut nnd
make It look like nw. Hut when she
signed a contract for $lf a week there
would be no hiding It from the neigh
bors." Another speaker plenled that "wom
an shall not be brought dow n from her
pedestal ns n queen nnd made u mere
employee of titan." In depleting tlie
future of romnticc under tho wage sys
tem he stild the imtirlngo cer"inony
would have to bo revised io rend:
"With this ring I hire thee, and will
pay thee $l.ri n week by the ulil of the
world, the Mesh and the devil," j
Notices like the following he pre
dicted would be published: '
"Marr.'ed .John Itrown nnd Mary
Smith, by Hev. Ituxscll II. Council.
They will live In LTignn and (he wife's
wages will be $15 u week." (
Scenes like the following In 'court !
were forecast :
"Judge, he hired me for S20 a week
nnd he Is now two weeks overdue In '
my pay. I'm going to,get a new boss'.1'
Use Tar Surplus Munitions.
An interesting suggestion has ben
made hv a nrornlnent Swiss meteorol
ogist and physicist 'iff Je Quervnlri'of
Zurich, 'to the "effect that the -vast
stores of munitions collected In the bel
ligerent countries during the last four
years be utilized to advance the; causa
"(ft science Instead of being merely Or
'ittr'off 'to make a 'Roman holiday, or
else sunk In deep waters to avoid the
'latent dangers which reside In them.
'Byitletonlng 'these explosives In defin
ite quantities, at definite places, and
.at definite times whose dates are an-
'nounced In advance, a possibility
would be presented for the solution of'
many interesting problems In physics
and meteorology. The project might,
advantageously be carried out in this
A pushcart peddlor in New Yoi-'c
was murdered in riil iIjvIIkIh bv
two gunmen for ftol p,ml by thi$
peddler's businesst rv.il,
A glraffo's tongue is about two
feet in length,
Honey 92.1 Per Cent of Normal,
The honey crop of the United States
wus 02.1 'per cent of normal on Jqly
1, according to the estimates nf tho
United Stntes department of agricul
ture. ItepurtH to the bureau of crop
1'stimuten win runt the estimate thnt
jho yield of surplus honey per colony
Wns 2!i.8 pounds and that about one
fialf of (he aniual product peivuulcny
was realized by July 1. The high con
dition of il'J.l per cent if nomml on
fluly 1 this year compares with G0.7 In
1918 and 80.3 lu 1017.
For smartness the following will he
hard to beat: A well-known person
age In Devonshire. Kngland, received
a cnhle from his soldier son In Meso
potamia containing onlv three werds:
I "Two John twelve." After mmit puz
zling the meaning dawned upon him.
Taking down his Itlble he turned up
the Second Kplstle of St. John and
read the twelfth verse, which runs as
follews: "Hnvlng ninny th'tigx to
write unto you, I would not write with
paper and Ink, but I trust to come
unto you and speak face to face. Hint
our Joy may be full' Ills son was on
his way home to Iiiglntid.
Bridegroom Grovtt In Importsn-e,
The war has given the, liiidegmnra
a significance he never rliefoie pos
sessed. Formerly wCddln notices
wore devoted to the bride, her trous
seau, her bridesmaids mid Iter fiiiiillv.
Tho bridegroom was mentioned only In
cldentnlly, If tit nil. Hy reason of his
rank, he hns become one ! the most
Important persons In the ulliunce,
Philadelphia Public Ledger.
LOOKING AHEAD A'FEW YEARS
Remarks That Will fee 'Merely Ordl- t
nary When the "Blimp Hat-Been I
'Finally 'Perfected. !
Augustus Tolllver. the soari 'klmr.
"strode wrathfully out of his stateroom
aboard the blimp and seized the arm
of the porter.
s,ildl6tl" he' roared, "why didn't you
'rite me a call tnls morning? I told
you I had to ba la London for a'dl-
rectora' meeting at-t a. m. aharp, and
now London la Lord knows how many
Ilk.. t- Lm M
uouuuu ox .umae is oar rear.
"Ah pounded on yov door, boas, but
hyo' refuses to waken," replied the
, The aoap king pulled out a watch.
"Eleven-thirty," he grunted dis
gustedly. "Where are we nowt"
"Jest passed over 8t. Louis, boss;
we'll be back In N'Yawk at 12:00."
"Oh I well." said TolJIver, "I can
attend tK'at"l2:0 meeting of the soap
powder pedplc nnd catch the '1:30
blimp for London." '
Rat Sklna for Leather.
The suggestion hns been made that
the rnt problem might be best solved
by making use of the skins of the
rodents for the purpose of leather.
Somebody with the gift of guessing
computes that there nrc 10,000.000 In
this country, nnd the dnmage they do
would feed a good-sized nrmy. It
would, take nt least 5,000 skins n day
to supply n small modern tannery.
Nobody wants tho rnts, they belong
to. nnjbody that can catch them.
Thnt Is the problem to eiitch them,
and then deliver the goods. Thero Is
not enough leather to go nroitnd.
Flhb hklns are susceptible of tnn
nlng. nnd there are rnt skins which
n'tike good leather, large enough for
V I II j
nuving soici my rnrm, I will .n . . .
tion, without reserve, nt my place 11 i c au
of Klamath Falls, Vz mile, south and 1 f
of Mack's Store, 1 mile west and 1 1 - m,, et
Wednesday, Nov. 5
One team of golillunn, i yours
old, weight 21150.
One team of mures, 1 1 yours
old, weight iihtiu.
Ono maro, -I yoani old, weight
Throe 2-yciir-old colta.
Ono 1-yvur-old colt.
Ono pony, 10 years, eld: gentlo
for children to rldo or drive.
Ono guiding. II yearn old,
One mnro, 7 yearn old, weight
Three A-l milch cows; two
fresh, ono frvsh In Doc.
Two small calves.
Fifteen Duroc-Jursuy shouts,
weight about 100 pounds.
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0" Deerlng my rako
Oiw Kentucky drHlii '
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ono n'ill" wUh ,mJ, rk
J .;'.ln K""Ki'iow
no n.i Hiky pl
Three sets leather harnew
One saddle. mi.
All kinds of small tools.
All lIHIIHullolll KOOlll
One Ford tourlnK ' car n
'"'ll. A-l condition. "
FREE LUNCH AT NOON
TERMS : All sums of $20 and under, cash all
sums over $20, twelve months' time will be giv.
en at 8 pec cent interest Bankable note required
before property is removed; 5 per cent discount for
O. B. KING, Owner.
(ii:o. oiKiKM), nk.
MKUHILL . MOOHK Auctioneer)..
Mi made mm
Cure for Poloon Ivy,
Mrs. Rvcljn S. Tienbiith. wife of tha
Rev. Hubert W. Trenbiith, lector of St
Jmneh'H nplhcopul church of Montclnlr,
N ,T has conferred n boon on suffer
ers from iiolson Ivy by iintioiMU'lng u
remedy which thpie who linye tried It
say Is n moht ellic'nclotis remed,v. It
lo sltipjy, the green leaves of common
catnip rubbed on the uffected'puits un-
1 1 1 '" lort fM.w
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a Superior Phonograph
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the Ultona, new conception in playing. The
UJtona consists of an arrangement of the several
necM8ary'rBroducing diaphragms upon one tone
amjA-an U.'t.nne arrangement, with no attach
ments nothing to take off or put on. $
At a turn of the hand, the Ultona presents to
any type of record the proper diaphragm ano
needle, the exact weight. Thus the reouirementt
of each type of recajf are met. The Uloiw de
mands no sacrificf in tone, as atUchrnents
often do. 'j
Reason W 2 jttWriSJf? '
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- Includes a new ides in feoasUes
The Brunswick Arspiuier.
Old-time ideas were
ancc. Some makers stilly dtofl"
metal construction. Others ue
a combinUonj of wood I sna
metal -a wooden horn a
meUl cssUng as the "threat
But the Brunswick AP"
fier is oval in shapt, , and tw
entirely of wood, like a fine
violin. It lidti?lT"a
holly-wood. The ound,wff'
deceive uniform fmpMcalion
to reach their fullness, hence
The Brunswick tone 1 rU
and more naturo 1. Strt
dent, metallic notes sre
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H. J. WINTERS
Jeweler and Optician
FaDwIbSj E2bmi IB1
4 m &
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