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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
K. J. MURIIAY
RETAINS MUCH OF BEAUTY
Published dally except Sunday by
Tfc Herald Publishing Company of i
KUaath Falls, nt 115 Fourth Street. I
Catered at the postoffico at Klam
tk Falls, Ore., tor transmission thru
Ik malls as second-class matter.
ascription terms by mall to any
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JFRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1010
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 5.
Receipts from the ninth annual
"how of the Pacific Cat Club, to be
fceld here December 12 and 13, will
lie applied to a fund to provide c
free dispensary and clinic for smal'
animals here. This dispensary will
"be conducted by the San Francisco
society tor tho Prevention o
"Cruelty to Animals.
Not oqjy the aristocrats of the
leline wprtd, (he Manx, Siamese
Persians, and others, but tho com
Xjnon, fireside tabby of the ordinary
Eomelnay win a trophy at the com
ing show. Any healthy cat ovter
fire months old is considered an ac
- ceptablo entry, regardless of pedi
gree or color, according to Mr J O.
"Wifliams of San Francisco, manager
of the exhibition.
""Entries have been received, Mrs
teontine Mowry, Jentry cperk, an,-
"xionnced, from Vancouver,"'Seattle.
Portland, Los Angeles, San Diego
-Sacramento, and other Pacific
coast cities. -
"Mrs. A. B. Strauss, is president
ol the Pacific Cat Club, the second
oldest organization ot its kind in thr
Some of the Aspen properties
lave netted millions of dollars to
their owners in past years.'
In Leadvllle mining activity in
reported, prospectors searching ac
tively for new leads. None at the
large older properties have been re
opened, it Is reported.
Persian City of Shlrai, Though Sadly
Changtd, It Still Worthy of At-
ttntlon of Travoltr.
In the midst of a broad expanse of
barren round lies the flat-topped Per
sian city of Shlrat, which was once so
wouderful a sight as to cause the vis
itor to cry, "God Is great I" and by tta
fascination and beauty to make him
forget forever his native land.
The Shlraa of the prescut Is still
fascinating, though Its power over the
travelers memory ha waned. The
stranger may hurry through the uar
row itrecta lined with square houses,
but on the outskirts of the city tie
must linger and dream awhile In the
Persian gardens celebrated In many
songs by the pots of the land.
Shlrax is proudest of being the home
of two of Persia's noblest poets, llafls
and Sndl, both of whom were enthusi
astic over tht charms of their native
city. The city has changed greatly
sine their day, but succeeding genera
tions still view It through the rose-and-gold
light of the poets' fancy and
still boast of its wonders.
The citltens of Shlrax honor moH
the man who can quote most fluently
and extensively from the poems of
Ilaflz; yet his grave. In a garden be
yond the city. Is neglected and deso
late. A high brick wall encircles the
garden. Within, the tomb of the poet
Is marked by a pavilion and a marblo
slab, on which is carved one of his
verses. All about the beloved singer
He his followers and admirers, their
graves headed by stones which peep
through rank grass.
The gardens of Shlraz have such
names as "Garden of Heart's Desire,"
"Garden of the Envy of Heaven" and
"Garden that Displays the World"
names which they do uot always live
up to In appearance, because of their
owners' dreamy contentment In letting
well enough alone. Yet even the uncared-for
gardens are delicately beau
tiful. Tiny streams wind through them,
cypress and elm trees shade them
pleasantly, roses clamber riotously
over old walls and a shabbily ornate
summer bouse peeps from among the
FUND FELL SHORT
Ono of Franklin's Experiments
That Went Wrong.
"WE VY AND SELL FOR CASH: THATS WHY WE SELL .
Philanthropic Bequest, Intended to Aid
"Youno Married Artificer," by No
Means Cam Up to HI
Resident of Philadelphia realtt
well why Ben Franklin' picture ap
pears on the 1P10 War Savings stamps.
One Item of the versatile printer
thrift has given many l'hltadclphlans
ready mouey when It was badly need
ed, and now nets the city at large a
handsome little building.
Franklin made a bequest of $23,000,
known as the "Dr. Franklin fund for
loans to young married artificers." The
bequest was made In 171H), and In
making It Frauklln looked 00 year
ahead, estimating what tho total would
be on 1KX) and 1WK).
By ld process of calculation Frank
lin eslmoted the fund would be fGOS,
000 at the end of the first 100 year,
but It fell far short of this figure,
renchlnr lint X5tn.KK.taV
failure of the fund to reach th j
amount Franklin hud expected lu 1SP0, .
411-413-415 MAIN STREET
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
hilt tlli. nilni4lnal nnn la that tha
"young married artificers" failed to JL
oorrow as onen as ne nau expectcu.
due probably to the restrictions. Later,
illA rAkUt Plrtl Ijvfclit ..& !. lw
" VdltlVHUIIB HrtV UIUUC IVM U1I19- W
tic In an effort to get the money out to JL
borrowers, with the result that less J
fl ttmitlfltl vt'du ,nltl In f-dnfAftui- ntifl ar
"" " '"'" '" v '" """ X
DAIRY CATTLE SALE
at public auction at J. G.
Swan farm, ltyj miles north
of Men-ill, Oregon,
Saturday, Dec. 6, 1919,
11 head choice high-bred
Holstein milk cows, some
lieifers and calves. Also one
young bull from 56-lb. cow
and Hollywood Washington
sire. If you want a dairy
Tbull, get him. One Duroc
Jersey sow and 2 shoats; 55
It of 3-inch well casing.
"Terms on amounts over $20.
Come and get a good cow!
-Sale begins at 1 P. M.
Battle of Eylau.
An Indecisive action was foupjit nt
Eylau, a town 2-1 miles south of Kon
Igsberg, Prussia, February 8, 1S07. In
this sanguinary battle between the
French under Napoleon and n com
bined force of Prussinns and Russians
under Lestoeq and Benuingen. about
18,000 men were lost on each side, and
while the French were left In posses
sion of the field, there were no direct
results of the battle, and Eylau ,ias
passed Into history as a huge, profit
less carnage. The numbers engaged
were some 70,000 on each side.
Indirectly, however. It strengthened
the enemies of Napoleon by breaking
the charm of his seeming Invincibil
ity. Napoleon bad failed for the first
time In a pitched battle, and his dip
lomatic standing suffered In conse
quence. A few days after the bat
tle he xtarted negotiations for peace
with Frederick William. He was
willing to surrender claims to all
Prussian territory east of the Elbe and
not to uhk Prussia to help him In
war with Russia. Prussia refused
these terms. Napoleon then proposed,
an armistice for Joint negotiations, a
move which Indicated his critical position.
.lCl.t.l III 1 1 . nml uajs .. .. . I .. .!. Ii.il
t:crifiittiiMtiij, HUM A I I'tl U I II 1 1 J II1U It'MU i
nnd Interest were both lost. .,
The terms laid down by Franklin 'X
were characteristic. They were die- j
fated by sound business Judgment. He
decreed that the loans should not be
more than CO pounds sterling, nor less
than 15 pounds. ,
Borrowers were reoutred to nnv earh
year Interest at 6 per cent, together J
with 10 per cent of the principal, until
the loan was paid off. It was with the
expectation that the entire fund would
be kept busy that Franklin made his
estlnmt" of what the totul would bo
i in 110 .wars.
Fr:in';l!n did not Intend the entire
fund to be continued for loani after
1S00, hut that in that year 100.000
pounds liu turned over to the clt of
Philadelphia to "bring the waters of
the WK-uhlcken creek to the city and
for public Improvements, such as aque
ducts, fortifications, etc."
In 1007 the board of city trusts,
which was custodlnn of the Franklin
fund, turned over the money, about
$133,000, to the Franklin Institute, for
use by the latter.lnstltutlon In Its fund
to erect a memorial building on the
new Philadelphia parkway lu memory
German Dyes Now "Swiss."
Basel, Switzerland, Is of peculiar In
terest to us now, because the German
djehtuffs that were formerly shipped
by way of Hamburg und Antwerp will
come out through the great Baden sta
tion there, writes Isaac F. Muiros.on,
In the Saturday Etenlng Post. During
the past 18 months the German dye
makers, conscious of the growing Brit
ish and American Independence of
them, have transferred hundreds of
their formulas to Basel manufacturers,
xvho will export them under Swiss
labels If It Is possible to do so.
Some of the Swixs dye manufac
turers, however arid there Is a consid
erable colony at Basel have a union
to prevent this camoullugu perform
Brussels' Debt to Rothschild
man governor ge
sels, the coffers
Baron Lambert Rothschild, who died
In Paris a few day ago, came to the
rescue and through the bunk ussumed
res-iMinsIblllty for part of the tribute;
wcam i i:ii
No other underwear
wears longe r,
washes better, ilts
or covers the form
more perfectly, or
gives more real sol
id comfort and Bat
isfaction than the
wcar. It's a pleasure to
choose from the as
sortment of winter
styles we have,
some in light, some"
in medium, a n d
some in heavy
weight for the cold
51.95 to $9.15
$1.25 to $3.35
Bags and Jewelery
Of Cropo do China, Clocrgotto Cropo and rich l.aces.
Tho dalntlnuHs of a negllguo gift la Imprcsalvoly
nccoptlblo. Soft, lustrous hIIIch and lacoH of ulnior
beauty, combined Into alluring color offocta and
trimmed In novel mannera. A touch of admirable
beauty to tho boudoir or homo.
We have" the Shoes for Women that are
von Busing, the oer- X in a class by themselves a high grade
nerai. levied a line ot V shoe manufactured hv KrinnondnH-
on the city of Brus- n;ffn nn vl:.rX l.,,i: ,.u
of which were empty, , -1-'1""""" jj., i, , mu,LO aiiui.
1 manufacturers. Thcsn rmvn.rhn rrnnn.
J ine welt soles and all-leather heels, in
i uiuck anti manogany ana many in two
demanded by the Huns. Baron Both- 1 tones. Many nifty Children's SllOOS
schlld's wife died In Paris during the Men's ShnPS Jtnrl Shnoc fn Hm P..K,r
Slie and her husband nlaved a '
part lu bringing Itoumanla into tho
war on the -side of the allies. On one
occasion a courier being sent to Itou
manla, was intercepted and suspicion
was turned against Baroness Roth
schild. She escaped arrest only through
the Intervention of Brand Whltlnck,
the Ameilcnn mfldster, hut had to
apologize to Von Blwslng und promised
to refrain from such acts In the future.
Baron Bothschlld himself was held
ww niivo an excellent lino of UdluV vi,
llaga, Hand llagn and Jnwnlry lii.- t ' y
Dull Silver, Baby'H Oold I'l " , uKc,,T?"t
' ". .uiKorip pn
In gold nnd Hllvor.
VANITV BAOH In mill lenthnr ami niii...
-In brown, tan. black nrni'm, , mlor
HAND 1)A(1H with allvor and bi.i..,i .. ,.
Tliusn am very appropriate
allk and volvut.
Toys For Xmas
We want to again remind you of the t
iltVhi.lrnWe .a ?a,,0'ing the largest I
stock of Toys m Klamath Palls. These !
make the gifts to the little folks for a !
happy and glorious Christmas. Make
their hearts glad and give thejn Toys
that arc pleasing. '
Gossard Front Lace I
Iluro la prooonted an
oviiuIhIUi llii' of Co
aula that uro row I
moiiois and ror wear
now. Ita atylo liku tho
tliwanrd Corwt, thnt
Ih uuthuutlc, nnd ox
pruasen that llm,
which tho 1 a t o h t
French faahlons show.
Our models of coraeta
BllOW (ill tllL'HO atylofl
in tho front lncu of
tho finest of matorlnla
nninu In Coutlll and
some In Ilrocado with
tho dainty colors of
white and pink. They
rungo from tho nlon
dor iiiIhhch to tho
$2.7n to ffUAM
L . V
w 'i f ' y v
I &JIV V
SILVER BOOM RIZONA HAS
RESTORES CAMP, MOATED CAPITOL
ASPKN, Colo.. Dec. f.. High
prices for sllvor have brought a
hostage by the Huns one time because mining boom to this famous Hllvor
he was slow In paying a tribute of $2,- ! camp. Virtually every proj'ect In
000,000. Baron Itothsehlld's son was being worked nnd tho four tunnulal
PHOICNIX, Ariz., Dec. C.Arl
zona ia provldod with ono of tho tow
moated HtronghoIdH In tho United
wounded severely serving with the ' ,ln(inr nI)npnHon , imin ,,u,-i I s"lcs, possibly tho only one of Its
Belgian army. Iwlth fovortah activity In in effort to:k,,n1, Tho ca,)ltt)l bu"'HK "w Ih
reach tho ore bodies while tho prlco u"""Hl H""ol,n" ' V" ""go nnd
, ifu iiiiuiuiii, mum iiiiu is to no coin-
riuiuu una wintsr and in full llol
Tho molit Ih hIx
The first public movement in rnmnina i,,,,),
America toward the syBtematic train- j Mo8t of thn nronnrll
ing of women for teaching was tho ti0Be(, durIne the car,)f ,mn of lho afterward.
normal scnooi openeu at Lexington, pre8ent decado wllen Hvor ,lrol,lied ; v
j feet doup and hIx feet wide and Is to
ho equipped with a powerful pump
ing plant for lowering the water
lovol lu tho big circular canal and
at tho Hitiuo time Irrigating the cap
itot lawiiH, trees and beds of
By moniiH of tlio moat It Is hoped
to keep tho capltol from becoming
wator-logged during tho season of
heavy Irrigation on thu farm lands
to tho north and caat. when tho
ground adjacent to tho capltol Is
wild to hold a Huhtornnncan lake.
Mass,, In 1839
to 47 cents, hut now even low untdnl
,; .., """"
fiuj'umtiuiin uiu UUHIK UIIUTKIUU Willi
rroflt. In one of tho mines, op-
oratora aay Bufilclont oro haB been
blocked out to inauro oporatlonB for
many years. A notation mill has
been erected at tho cntranco of the
tunnel of this proporty. Ono Htroak'l
of pay oro was found to nnsay aa
high as 30,000 ounces of Hllvor. I
BRANDENBURG'S DRY GOODS STORE.
CITY FOR WORKERS
"WHERE THE LADIES SHOP"
Dry Goods, Millinery, Ladies' Furnishings
To make room for some of our Christmas stock we are 'going to
sell every hat in the house at a reduced price of one-third off all
the late styles in Beaver, Pan Velvets and Pattern Hats in dainty
shades and colors. Visit our store and look over the wonderful
opportunities we are offering in Hats.
Every Hat 1-3 Off
LOUISVILMC, Ky Dec fi. Tho
sotting asldo of a million dollars by
tho city for erection of model cot-
b fcHDufl " DW,U IU YYUI ItlllKIIIUII UL
reasonable rates, Is bolng consldcr-
"od by tho Loulsvlllo Board of Trado.
y ruo board rocontly roclvod a roport
! from a commltteo which' InvoHtlcnt-
ed tho plan ndoptdl In St. I.oula to
rollovo tho hotiflo shortage.
Tho St. Louis plan, similar to tho
Loulvlllo project was dovised by
tho St. Louis Chamber of Com
morco, and nourjy $2,000,000 worth
of stock In tho now Home and
Housing ABBocIatton has been sold.
Construction of modol homes In
groups of twenty to fifty will ho
started soon, according to the coin-
Sixth St. House Sold
Have only the Main St. property left and some
one is going to make a good buy on this; am going
to sell it before leaving. Price $2,500 on easy
terms, or a good discount for all cash. Five rooms
and bath, plastered ; large lot.
My car is also going to be sold, cost $2,500, run
only 10,000 miles; no reasonable offer will be re
fused. Come in and talk it over.
J. F. MAGUIRE
127 North 7th St.
N. B. Have a good four-room bouse furnished,
over the hill at Third and McKinley Sts. luce
$1,250; $350 cash.