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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
K. J. HUR11AY
Fit EI) HOULK
Published dnlly except Sunday by
1e Herald Publishing Company of
TUaath Falls, at 116 Fourth Street.
Cnlercd at the postofflco at Klani
Mil Falls, Ore., for transmission thru
Ifce malls as second-class matter.
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IkMress In the United States:
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One month ................... ...... .E0
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t all news dispatches credited to it
r not otherwise' credited In this pa
ir, and also local news published
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DECEMBER 13, 1010
Ttoe two mot famou can-jails In
'Washington are owned by Senator
Xdge of New Jersey and United States
Marshal Splaln of the District of Co
Jasnbla. The senator' conveyance, a
-felgn-powered automobile. Is famed be
cause It carries license No. 1 from the
Mate of New Jersey. The number Is
asot much wider than a lead pencil and
tt certainly looks peculiar fastened on
to the big green car. Marshal Splaln'a
stack Is one of the grand old one-horse-sstey
variety. He uses It because con
areas has persistently refused to sup
fUj a gasoline bus for him. In order
Co Maintain an even keel he has to sit
tn -the exact center of the seat. If he
sake oo one side the hack lists heavily
Wttber to the port or starboard and he
"as to cling tightly to the cushion to
fjrevent bis going overboard.
Canadians Begin Planting of What Is
to Be Memorial Forest on
An oversros dispatch snys 200 yountr
maples have been planted on the des
ert of what was Vlmy ltldge. Thin l
the beginning of the proposed f'ann
tilnn memorial forest the uioplo Is
Onnada's emblemntlc tree and tho
saplings Just placed are declared to
be the only living trees In the war tone
How the landscape has been
chanced and how the reconstructed
one will differ from that before the
war I Most Americans think of Hoi- j
land, llelglutu, Flanders as painted by .
Van Goyen, Kuyysdael, ltembramlt I
and others. Instinctively the mental ;
picture follows llobbemii's "Avenue of
Mlddleharnls," with spindling, thin
shanked, wlsn-topped and scant-on-shade
trees either side the road. What
a different aspect maples would give
the scene, or" oaks, or elms or other
wide-spreading varieties. The Euro
pean, like the oriental, seems to have
chosen his favorite trees on some
other basis than expansive foliage ,
the cedar, the cypress, the palm, the
stoneplne, the poplar of Lombardy;
yet the Inspiration for Gothic cathe
drals came from the solemn groves of
archlike trunks and limbs and fo
liage, and wherever two elms meet
there Is the suggestion right at hand.
Many years must elapse before the
war-torn regions are again venerable
with trees, and by that time a new
school of landscape painting may have
MANY MILLIONS CANNOT READ
One-Ttnth of Population of the United
States Over Ten Ysars Ars
"According to the best estimates,"
says n writer In Everybody's for July,
"about 10,000,000, or more than one
tenth of our population over ten jenr
old, cannot read or write Ktigllsh n
number greater than the whole popu
lation of Canada; greater than the
whole population of the South In the
Civil war; greater than the combined
populations of 15 of our Mutes. Anil
of this number, fully half can neither
read, write nor speak KugllMi. In
some cities, such us Passtilc, N. J., or
Full llher, Muss these strangers mini
ber a Kth or more of the population
"If this enormous population, alien
In speech or literature or custom, were
merely 'a population,' merely living
among us, that would be one thing to
think aliout. Hut all of this 10.000,
000 are also working among us, trying
to build some kind of life for them
selves. And In so doing, they huve
brought themselves Into n closer re
lationship with us thun we are often
willing to admit, even If we are aware
of It. More than M per cent of the
people who make our steel and Iron,
more than Ti per cent of those who
make our clothes, more than 85 per
cent of those who refine our sugar,
are foreign-born. And nearly all of
them cannot read or write English,
aud at least a quarter of them cannot
reud or write their own language. Six
hundred and twenty thousand of the
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,, ei.ri tn nint f,,n m,m.t ir. million who mine our coal ore foreign
ilk. h. Am.rtrn inn... or rivers. b"ra. nd 405.000 of these come from
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Ing the Inneas method, of leaving a
reveal the scene beyond, this future
school may feature the transplanted
maple's rounded "area" In the fore
ground while displaying the European
background on either side.
non-English-speaking races, with but
circular opening through his trees to j!" "''latest ability. If any. to read the
"Australian Cold Output .Falling.
Bold production of western Austra
lia continues to show a steady decline.
Dnrtng the six months ended June 30,
ItlS, the total Australian production
asnoooted to 073,279 fine ounce, of
which western Australia furnished
410.428 ounces. For the first six
Months of 1918 the Australian produc
tion was 641,911 ounces, the state of
sustean Australia furnishing 443.983
mbccs. Daring the first six months
wf 191? the total production amounted
to 727,995 ounces, of which amount
wuHeiu Australia furnished 490.406
It Is stated that the cause of
decline Is Increased working ex-
i due to high wages and the high
of machinery and materials. It
Is not expected that much, if any,
tsaproveroent can be looked for in the
BANANAS MAKE BERLIN GLAD
After Five Years' Absence, This Na-
live of the Tropica Is Real
Symbol of Peace.
LATEST STYLE IN HAIR CUTS
As I was passing down the Fried-
rlcbstrasse, says a correspondent of the
London Times, writing from Berlin, ,
my eye was caught by a crowd of '
people which suddenly collected In ,
front of a delicatessen shop.
It was only with difficulty that one
could get near enough to see what It
was that attracted so much attention.
I heard exclamations of wonder and
admiration, and on looking a little
more closely saw a hunch of bananas
which the shopkeeper hud Just hung
up In the window and which was a
New York Tonsorlal Artist Advertlaea I
to Trim the Bean "Phyelog-
"Hair cut physlognomlcally" Is the
Impressive sign on the window of a
"tonsorlal artist" In the downtown sec
tion of New York.
"What's the sign mean?" asked a
customer who drifted Into the shop as
a barber started to wait on him.
"I don't know." was the reply. "Some
new-fangled Idea of the boss'."
i When appealed to the proprietor of
I the place swelled with pride nnd in
A Merry Christmas Gift
For 2G years we have been selling all makes of Phonographs
including the Brunswick, Pathe, Victor, Columbia, Edison and So
nora. Now we are selling exclusively the, BRUNSWICK and the
PATHE. The reason : They are the only two universal machines
on the market today, and universal means that they will play all
records at their best.
WE HAVE ONLY A FEW MACHINES LEFT AND IT'S
ONLY 9 MORE DAYS TILL CHRISTMAS.
H. J. WINTERS
JEWELER AND OPTICIAN
Phone 149 W
706 Main St.
his weightiest tones explained his Dr. and Mrs
brain child In this manner: tertalnod Ur un
That means that when you get Into ' nnd MrB. i.ottle Martin ut u dinner!
the chnlr we study your face and then ' pnrty Tucgdn. nKht ul their home
in the Lee Apartments. Wild
Rev. E. P. Iiwrence. K. K. Kubll rury. The room was trsniformtd
' of the Portland Lodge delivered the by Japanese decoration. ...
principal address, dealing with the broldorle. from Jspnn, Japmeto
alms of the order. Its muriatic as humMm? imiVni. im..A hl
I -.-,-. - ....... ............ Miicu viuu greens,
well as fruternal purposes. C. J. exquisite vases nnd pottery and In
Ferguson, past exalted ruler, pro- different coiners of the room bura-
nounced the. eulog), covering In ed rots of nunk
Til, lldinu ..-
, Uod Stwart n'( general fashion the achievements of got lor the afternoon that they were
d Mm. j. m. carter i .t,., .I,,,.,,-,..,, i,, .,,.,., ,... ,.. .
,u .., ..... ......,.-, , i-ujujuiK n sunny aay amonc
t' ' cherry D.ouoiat of the Orient.
proceed to cut your hair in such a
mnnniir flliat tliM t,lmmtn tvlll Min.
form to your general physiognomy. ' K,e anu duck wre lhu cenlr1
meaning your face. Sometimes a man attraction of the well spread tuble
novelty to the Berliner, who for near- j x n victim of his barber tn regard in , and furnished u feast that was
If etropolitu Amuzemtmt
' STAR THEATER
A Story Full of Thrilles
In Seven Big. Reels
A GAIIi HENRY COMEDY
Daily Matinee at 2:30
Admission Matinee 10 and 25 Cents
'' Evening IS and 35 Cents
iy five years have seen not a trace
of this fruit, once so plentiful and
cheap In the capital.
The smiling faces and little joke
made It quite evident that the banana
was recognized' an a symbol of peace,
and that the delight felt at Its
presence was due to the evidence It
afforded that the blockade Is a
thing of the past.
Some Airplane Gas Is Pink.
There Id a difference between auto
mobile gasoline and alrplnue gasoline.
For aircraft the gas must be lighter
his upiH-n ranee you know there are
some men In the hnrber business here
who ought to be shoemakers and can
not see any further than the hand
that holds the expected tip. We bury
defect -in the fuee by the --manner of
hair cutting and enhance the good
points. Women don't overlook this In
putting up their hair and there Is no
reason why men should."
An offlclnl who was making up an
assessment mil because of some re
cent street Improvement called at each
greutly enjoyed by the guests.
The Musical Study Club enter
tained Saturday, December Ctb,
with a luncheon in honor or Mrs.
Charle's Wood Eberletn. The oc
casion wag ber birthday, ar.d the
luncheon came as a complete sur
mise. It was held ut the homo of
Mrs. Fred H. Mills; the decorations.
were pink crysanthems and u colo,
scheme of pink waa carried out
through 'the entire luncheon. The
and more volatile, that In, evaporate I house on the Improved street to learn birthday cako with sixteen candles'
more readily, than ordinary gas. This ' t,1 names of the property owner. At brought good luck us Mra. Kberluln
SUNDAY AND MONDAY
CXiARA KIMRALL YOUNG
And Her Own Company
"THE BETTER WIFE"
A Big V. Special Comedy
, "YAPS AND YOKELS"
A Rninbow Comedy
In Two Fart
BARN YARD ROMANCE"
CHARLIE FROM THE ORIENT
Holding Down a Profession.
A young fellow living In one of In
diana's small towns was graduated
from the high school and looked about
for mmp easy, ypt lucrative profession.
He finally decided to s'udy medicine,
nnd settled down In the ofllce of the
town's most popular doctor for n sum
mer's raiding. Ah ho read he watched
tills busy mnn'H hours of work.
One day In the late hummer the doc
tor (uine in out of a drenching rain,
tired out, and a trifle orohs. Glancing
at the Immaculate .toting fellow, whose
heels were reposing on the office desk,
lie asked hruMjuely:
"Still think you want to he n doc
tor?" "Ve-cs," came the languid answer,
"but I'te decided to pi net Ice only on
(air days, and not go out of nlghtH."
went to the door and knocked.
Who own this property?" he asked
causes It to work better at great altl- j on'' house he climbed out of his car, Dew tnern nn out n three t.laU,
making at the same time, the wish
that the Musical Study Club might
The official got her name nnd put It ' nave great hUCCM8 ,n lbc future'
down in his book. Then he took a I After the luncheon a beautiful
Miulnt at the size of the lot. Madiera luncheon set was presented
"How many feetr he asked. "Two. to Mrs. Eberlein by Mra. IS. D.
of rourse," the woman snapped, won- Johnson on behalf of the club an a
derlng whether he thought she was , lou of HDnieclntlon of all MrB.
tudes. There are three grades of gas
oline for our alrolanes. one for train
ing planes, a better grade of gasoline "Why, I do," the woman
'for bombing plane and the very best
grade for the fighting planes. "Fight
ing gas," as It Is called, I colored
pink. This Is to distinguish It from
other grades so that Inexperienced
men working at the aviation fields
will not use this valuable gasoline for
other purposes. This pink gas I as
pure as It can be produced, refined
and doubly refined and strained or
filtered until there are no Impurities
left In It. American Boy.
Knows About Birds.
What Representative Weaver of
North Carol I no doesn't know about
birds Is not worth knowing. He under
stands their hublts, can Imitate their
calls, Is on speaking terms with their
eggs, and everything.
When the house Is not In session
Weaver wanders around through the
capital grounds holding converse with
the Jay birds, sparrow huwks, crow
blackbirds and such other birds as are
found around Washington. And the
town Is full of birds.
Wcnver got the bird habit through
wandering about the North Carolina
SUNDAY AND MONDAY
"A STITCH IN TIME"
Two Reels of Good Comedy
MERRILL OPERA HOUSE
TUESDAYS AND SATURDAYS
, Merrill, Oregua
Fishermen Had Good Day.
Three South I'ortlund (.Me.) fisher
lien. Dr. George W. C. Studley, IVrcy
Vork and Captain Wllllum York, were
out after grotindfihli when they-slglitcd
a Hwofdfihh. They had no swordfish
fishing outfit, but uiUi a stove poker
and a hoathook handle they Improvised
a harpoon, with which they landed the.
big fellow. In I'ortlund they sold the
xwordflsli for $90, and the groundflsh
they'had caught about 1,000 pounds
Misdirected Wifely 8ollcitude.
Mrs. Flatbush Are you wearing
thoe pretty nuspenders, with flowers
all over 'em, I gave you for your
i-. CIHIUUBII ,1U, USUI, 1 vn
ufrald the nnlU'm using In place of a
button would runt 'em.
Rent Profiteers In Manila.
LondlnriK owners of residences
and business buildings In Manila
are taking ndwintnge of the pancltv
of homes and commercial structures
to raise rents abnormally. Workers
for salaries or wages, and firms and
companies In mercantile pursuits, com
plain bitterly of the demiinda of the
ownem or lessors of houses and stores,
factories and bodegas. Most of the
victims have to yield to the increased
rents because they have no recourse.
One man who paid Sio a month for
his small, uncomfortable home, hns
been Informed that be must pay $!i0,
1918 Cotton Woith $2,067,000,000.
The 1018 cotton crop, lint and seed,
was worth $2,007,000,000 to the pro
ducers. This Is about three times the
value pt the cotton crop of 1014 and
le twice the value of the crop of 10K1,
which had the highest value of rec
ord. The computation has Just been
made, at the close of the cotton year,
by the United States department of ag
riculture, bureau of crop estimates,
based on average moathly prices re
ceived by growers and on monthly
marketings. Agricultural Department
Eberleln has done for the club.
TboBe present were: Mra. Charles
Wood Kberleln, Mra. Lawrence
Mehaffey of Antloch, California,
Mrs. Fred H. Mills. Mrs. B. B.i
Henry, Mrs. Fred H. Cofer, Miss
Alice McCourt, Miss Mabel Mear.i.j
Mrs Burge W .Mason, Mrs. Carl A.i
Plath, Mrs. Geo. C. Ulrlch, Mrs. I
Jule Barlow, Mrs K. I). Johnson, und
Mrs. Bert C. Thomas. I
The officers elected for the com-1
Ing year at tho meeting of tho Alhoa
Chapter, O. E. S. Tuesday evening
were as follews: Elllo Sutton Chas
tnln, Worthy Matron, Walter C'
Van Emon, Worthy Patron, Kalto
Peyton, Associate Matron, Ho0
Soulo Brutton, Conductress, Leah '
Smith, As-socluto Conductress, Pansy
Bradford, Socretnry, Ella McMillan,
Officers elected by tho Klamath
Lodgo No. 77 A. F. & A. M. for tho
ensuing year nt tholr meeting Mon
duy evening, iJecemher 6th, wore os
follews: George Chostnln, Worship-'
ful Master, W C. Van Emon, Sen-j
ior Wurden, WInflold Foster, Jun-'
lor V3rden, C, C. Chltwood, Sec-j
retury, K. R. Reams, Troasure.iJ
Tho Installation of olllcors will bo I
held Monday evening, December 22.'
Followed by n banquet and work In
tho Master Mason's degree.
There was a largo attendance at
the ElkB Memorial exercises last
Sunday afternoon. Tho following
program was rendored In a very
ablo manner, The solo by Mrs.
Jennie Filing. Melby, made a flue
Impression as did quartet selectlonB
by B. W. Mnaon, F. A. Baker,
Charles "Yod Eberleln njnd
The girl friends of Mrs. Guy
Merrill surprised her with n shower
at ho apartment at tho Hull hotel
Thursday afternoon. Mr. Merrill
received many beautiful presents.
Tboi present weie the Misses
Nellie and Esther McAnndrews,
Jennie and Anna May Johnston,
Inez and Hess Ktlgore, Waive Drew
and Mury Deggendorfer.
Miss Esther McAndrews will en-
, tcrtaln the 500 Club of whlcb she
Is o member, at her home on Ninth
street Saturday evening, Th
guestw lnlted urn: Mirses Minnie
llarnum, Faye Hogiie, Jennie and
Anna May Johnston, Waive Drew,
essie and Klsle. Ford, Ina Graham,
Nellie McAndrews, Mra. Itoblnson
and Mrs. Earnest.
The Kcdron Clu'j was entertained
at tho home of Miss Waive Drew
on Tuesday evening. The evening
was pleasantly spent In needle work
and conversation after which re
freshments were served. Thoflo
present were tho Misses Faye
Hogue, Jennie and Anna May
Johnston, Gertrude Parker, Alta
rtalph, Waive Drew, and Mrs. Dert
Tho members of
Club were delightfully
Instead of u day In Klnauth Falls
with the thermometer hoTtrlnir
around zero Tea win served with
dainty Japanese riro wafen, ac
companied by Jpnnee cndl
and crystullted fruit. Mr.
Grocsbcck lead an Interesting let
ter to the guests from her sister
.who resides In Japan telling of lb
customs nnd hublts of the people or
that country. Mrs. Kraute told
Kraiifc told several Jnimneie fairy
tales In a most entertaining man
ner. The guests departed declar
ing (tint their liostems Mra. II. R
Harrison, Mrs. Etwln Hlbbart and
Mm. Horace llridgeford all of
Algoma had ct a mark In hospital
ity und delightful ntertainment
that It would be hsrd to equal Iff
Get In when the going la good.
Gt one of thoso tcn-ncro tract
Don't wnlt. The beat garden land
we huve. See It. E. Smith, 517 Main
The Woman's ilellcf Corps will
hold Its regular meeting M""?'
night at 7:30 o'clock. 13-lt
Wo hove a J 100.00 American
tihonnirrnrb- wo will be lal to dl
the Library pose for It for Jf.0.00. We took m
entertained In on n trade for a new Bruniwiw.
nt an Oriental Tea yesterday after- 0hnnr,4,"w"' '"
noon in uie emu rooms oi loe i-i u-
Sunday, December 14
Owing to the tie-iip in the train service, we are
unable to show "The Gay Old Dog" Sunday, but
were fortunate to get instead the dramatization
Eleanor H. Porter'e beautiful novel,
" D AWN
. . ... i , with the
a vision of high-hearted courage, '?"""", 0f
light of love. It is a story of unfailing ovmm.
sunny cheer and carries a smile, a teai, anu .