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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 29, 1919)
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CIIK'O, Dee, 1!U. Ilopu (if 11 lioont
111 rK'e pilo'H to iiioiu tluiti H colitis a
pound w,H muturliilly Mticiigthoiiod
yi,Htor(lny In tlio rupoi tuil ulo of &,
000 HiiekH nt 8 coiiIh by Joseph Hchlr
in)ir at Princeton, Thin Ih this IiIkIiuhI
,r((. imlil thlH Honiinn ami almost
twice tlio fli;iiro hoI by tlio Pacific
Illco (lroMir'H Aimocliitloii In 1 'J 1 8.
V M. I
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
. CURRENCY MELTED IN CHINA
NATURE NEVER IN A HURRY ' BUSINESS CARDS PROFESSIONAL CARDS
I .OS ANMOLICH, Doc. 20 Tlio hoily
of Hoy H. 1 lolmcH, tin automobile
iiii'thiiiilc, wiih foil ii il bore toiliiy,
rriinlioil liutwonii tlin front onil of IiIh
ticuvy iiiitoinuhllo mill u high lilo
Tlio aiitoinolillo onglno wiih run
ning I'otlco Investigation brought
tlio coiicIiihIoii Hint IIoIiiioh IiikI
riiuikod IiIh cur with tlio onglno In
guar imil hoon triiHhoil lioforo ho
toulil lonp aside.
ItlVlCltBIDIC. Doc. 29. Tho bodies
of Lieutenant Herbert Tlchborno of
Mount Vernon. N. Y., mnl Private Al
lliitcr l.linu, Hnn I.iiIh Obispo, who
worn lliruiuuy hiih'ii, uiroo mjies
cant of Porrls, when tho army nlr
jilniu" In which they woro flying fell
2 000 feet, uro to ho shipped to their
Mr Finnic IlobliiHon of tho now
Warren Hunt lloHpltal In in lurelpt
or tho following letter from John
Hon As Johnson, thu largest inanufue-
Chlneoe "Cash" Has Gone the Way of
Many Other Formo of Money
In That Country,
With the end of tho war comes the
end. one may helluvo, of mi odd spec
tilde Koinetlmes heen In tlio neldilinr.
1 hood of ThIiuiii, ThIiikIiiii, mid doubt
, leH of oilier Chinese cities the sight
of ii Chinese coolie pushing n wheel-
linnow lomled with coins on their way
NAI'A, Doc. 20. Mr. and Mm.
John Klwdlwj and four chlldien, en
roiito to WIlllnniH to Hpond Chrlst
iiiiih with rolatlvoH, sustained Injur
I en when tho nutouiolillc In which
they woro riding Hkldilod and turned
our on tho Vallojo-Napa highway.
uuorH or hiitgical dressings and ap- to he melted down for the uietitl
imiuicoii in uio I lilted Ktutos. conditions mixed tho price of brass
.Mr. noiiiiiHon Mates that thlH Ih
only onu of imiiieroiiH letters ho Iihh
ucolved In tho IjhI few weeks, from
ll-rgo conconiH In different parts of
tl o countiy.
JoIiiihoii ft JohiiHon,
' Manufacturing Chemists
"New Brunswick, N. J. I
"Dear Mr. KoIiIiihoii, A copy of
full page Kiinoiiiiceiuent, Iiiib come
Into our IiiiiiiIh, and Iiiih been road
w'lh very much IntoreHt. For some
time, our magazine, t! e "Bed ( ros
Air Monger," Iiiih been dl-cussing the
ii voicIiik of commorcl.il and Profes
u'.i mil Pharmacy, and while hoiiio an-
Taklno Lesson From Wlee Old Moth
er, Man Will Learn to Curl) His
We sometimes ant Impatient nt the
Klowiu'is of world Improvement. Wo
wo the cruelties of a great war, cruel- j
ties beyond belief, and we arc sick at
heart to think the world Is not In n
mood overnight to abolish war. Wo '
roc Ignorance lending to poverty and '
War I wretchedness and we wonder that ed-
Commission & Auction
Yen, wo buy household fur
nlturo and merchandise. High
est cash price paid. See
1008 Main St.
Loomls Bldg., Klmimtu Falls
and copper to such an extent that It
wiih found profitable to purcluiMj coins
and melt them, n practice which
brought liieonvenleiice, for It materially
reduced the circulating medium. Laws
were punned against It, but they seem
to hue been more or less micci nsrully
willed, and wheelbarrows continued to
be unci! In supplying the smelters.
Thus Ih added another Incident In the
Kails Evening Herald i '"" history of Chinese "ciihIi," which
I th, containing your '"'K'"' -''bOO years and more ago with
mi' circulation of coins that bail the
shape of knives, still to be seen used
as paper knives by foielKiiers In C'hl.'in
who luivo picked them up searihlnt;
for antlfiiltles. Other shapes were In
troduced, ami before the Chou dynasty,
about MO H. C, tho Chinese currency
was ax-shaped and spnde-slmped ns
thoritles may differ. It Ih gratifying, w,'n lls knife-shaped. At that time
to know that wo inn to hnv nn ..v., r0,ln,l '"' with a hole in them, so
ample of Professional Pharmacy un-l t,,"t ih"y ",,k1" 1"' ,u',(1 R,tlier with j Peaks. An observer returning nt cen
ucntlon Is not mado universal at once.
Wc see preventable sickness produc
ing disability and suffering and wc
are hopcles-H at the slow dlsfeinlnnllon
of modern medical knowedge and pre
And then It Is home In on us that
Nature never Is In a hurry. Out In
Colorado the Bocky mountains turn i
a tumbling sea of peaks toward tho
sky. Standing on tho summit of Pike's i
or Long's and looking off of that clmos
of rock one naturally thinks some !
frightful convulsion of Nature threw J
up these mighty peaks.
Hut that thought l wrong. Geolo
gists have learned that the mountain '
ranges were slowly and Imperceptibly
carved out by the action of rain and I
snow and frost nnd Ice. First the
highlands slowly emerged from the
ocean. Then the rnlns and strenms
and glaciers made gullies and left the
Marble & Granite Works
10IO MAIN ST.
DH. O. A. RAMBO
I. O. O. F. Blinding
Phone 3 10-J
1122 Muin St.
O. K. Lunch
Formerly at 45 Main St.
Home-Made Pics and Cakes.
Cold Meats & Lunch Goods.
Ice Cream and Fruits.
Now Open for
Mrs. Rosa McDanleli,
301 High St Phone 455
SISSON, Doc. 20. Craft Post No.
lf7, tho American Legion, was or
ganized hero last night at nn entluiH
lnntlc mooting of twonty-threo of the
u,.t.ll.. r,.t.i tttlu vlnlnlfi. a!.,,'
membership Ih exported to reach at
lcnt forty In the near future.
dt i such Intelligent and progreHSlvol
We cougiatulato you, and wish'
jmi every success In your venture, i
A.'surlng you of our willingness to
eo-oponito with ou, and thanking
you for your reference to tho John
son & Johnson Surgical supplies.
"Very truly yours,
"Johnson & Johnson,
"Signed: (ieo, D. Johnson.
Mr. Robinson feels proud of such
a cord, wore Introduced nnd found
mucli more convenient.
HAS VAST STORE OF GOLD
Nearly a Million and a Half Pounds
of the Precious Metal at
Something of the Arabian Nights, a
memory perhaps of All Halm when he
dlscowred tho treasure cave, Is sug
gested by the story of Kolchak's gold
C1HCO, Dec. 29. Prominent rice
growers In tho Chlco dlBtrlct, bask
ing In tho rny of prosperity, will
spend $12,000 In equipping a fine
SACRAMKNTO, Dec. 29. fiener
nl John J. Pershing, Commander of
the American Expeditionary Forces
during tho war, will visit. Sacramento
on January 23rd.
CORNING, Dec. 20. Merchandise
nnd money valued at Bevornl hun
dred dollars constitute the loot ob
tained in a series of burglaries re
ported here. Reports filed with local
authorities show eight business
houses wero broken Into under cover
of darkness, cash registers opened
nnij emptied of coin, nnd Jewelry and
other merchandise carried uwny.
nesB men In th,o country, and from
tlmo to tlmo, Mr. Robinson intends
to publish them. 29-1 1
PLYMOUTH. Dec. 29. Orover
Lnwre'nco of Ole'ta brought Into Ply
mouth a fine specimen of a golden
eagle measuring seven feet from tip
to tip. The eagle was caught In a
trap' set on his place for coyotes,
WILLOWS, Dec. 29. A petition
for the organization of tho (ilenn-Co-lusa
Irrigation District today was
picsented to the Board of Supervis
ors. It was signed by a long list of
property owners with holdings ap
proximating 80,000 acres. The peti
tioners Informed tho Supervisors
that they had already subscribed
JIGO.OOO toward tho district and
planned to go ahead with tho plans
of enlarging tho canal and install
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 29. Tho
Pnclfic Coast offlco of tho United
States Sugar Equalization Board will
closo Dqcomber .ILst. Ralph P. Mer-
letters as these, coming as they do. Mlp'"y nmI ,no v,sl! r Inspection by
unsolicited, and over tho personal ' f'"--'lKi' respondents under the guld
s.gnature of some of tho biggest bu,. "" W ZHlA
popnds avoirdupois of geld: such is
snld to be the reserve of tr.s Kolcbak
government at Omsk. Its value In
American money Is plnced at aliput
$47.r,OOO.OO0. "In one room there ;ere
about thirty tpiiles Jonded down jvith
gold In all forms, requisitioned by ,the
bolshevikl from the people. . . . Con
spicuous In this lot was a set ojT.splId
gold dishes, (ormerjy the property of
Mr. Tereschtschenkp. one of the wealth
iest of the Russian nobility." TljejSt
of fgold d'shes. in tho upheaval o'f Rus
sia, had passed throughseypral hand's
before faljlng to the boh-heyjkl, and
eveDt'uolly Xo the Omsk overnmcp;
and at least one of thY possible, hpr(s
hail renounced the title to (lt In view
of Its' usV by ttfat government.ln the
restoration o rinyla, Most of the(go)d.
howeyer.t ,was,dlsnln.ved In enlnsnnd
Ingots', and ts exhibition was meant
to Inspire confidence In the ability of
the government to finance some of Its
tury intervals probably would have
oen dljrht change. But eventually
tlio work was done nnd the mountains
Tlint is the way Nature operates
Man can afford to curb ids Impatience.
Kansas City Star.
INVENTOR MAKES WATER TALK
We handle the Hariey-Davldson
Motorcycles and Bicycles Exclus
Ively. Also buy, sell and exchange
all otner Makes. Pennsylvania
and Diamond Tires and Tubes.
C. E. BI8MARK
US S. Oth St. Klamath Fall
Office Phone 177W Res 177U
Dr. H. D. Lloyd Stewart
Physician and Surgeon
Klamath Falls Oregon
Contrivance Known as "Katie"
Hailed as a Most Valuable
Aid to' Navigators.
Cnmo to my plnce, near Dairy,
about two months ago, one mouse
colored pack mule, no decipherable
brand; one brown pack mare, with
strip In face; brand cannot be de
ciphered. Owner may have same by
C-3t DAVE SHOOK.
It Is stated by a woman physician
that of the children in London whom
-he has attended twinty-flvo per
cent wear amulets or charms under
rltt. Chairman of the Coast Com
mittee so announced.
LOS ANGELES, Dec. 29. Los An
celes eventually will have either a
Japanese or Mexican Mayor if prcs
ent agricultural conditions in South
on California continue. Dr. Thomas
F. Hunt, Dean of the College of Agri
culture of the University of Califor
nia so declared in an address on
alien land settlement, at a meeting
of tho Better Farming Section of the
Better Community Conference In ses
REDDING, Dec. 29. The sum of
$1,500,000 has been spent on the
Shnstn Division of the Southern Pac
iilc Railroad this year for mainten
ance of way. This Is according to Di
vision Engineer J. A. Given of Duns
mulr. Given says the expenditure has
nothing to do with the operation of
tho railroad, that It Is Just to keep
tho railroad In shape for trains to
run over It. Tho sum was spent for
repair and upkeep of bridges, tun
nels, tracks, depots and other buildings.
Getting the Fur Coat Out of the Moth Balls Should
Be a Reminder That Your Automobile Bat
tery Needs a Little Extra Attention
"Tho avorago motorist," snid Judd Low, mannger of tho local
"Exldo" Service Station, tho other morning, "is a queer combina
tion of sound American common sonso nnd unsound Amorlcnn easy
goingnoss. And what parts of his car lio never sees or hears a com
plaint from ho Is prone to neglect. And that, of course, is mainly
why tho battery suffers It never complains.
"It does its work, right up to tlio point whoro It hns nothing
more to give, undor tho most negligent nnd cruel thoatment. But,
of courso, by tho time It has reached such a point It Is in mighty
had sliapo, and building it up again is goliig to cost Mr. Caroloss
Motorist u penny that ho might very woll have snvod himself.
"And all tills in spito of tlio fact that wo aro continually writ
ing our customers talking to thorn, sending them folders nnd cir
culars on tho subject of getting hotter porformnnco nnd longer
Hfo from tho battery and keeping down big repair bills by givin,;
8he Told the World.
Gettingon a car I hustled Into a
wlpdow sent for comfort.' and uncon
sciously crossed my legs.' placing my
foot ngalnst the forward seatto brace
myself back ns I opened my news
paper.' La.f'er on I was suddenly hi ought
hack to Belf-consclousness by the ter
rifying' scrcnm of a womnn In front
of met as "rip" went the back of her
When I planted rny f,oot against the
forward seat I Inndvertently anchored
the wo tails of her jacket, or what
ever It was, that had slid down through
the opening, and' caused her to arise
with such disastrous ,'esults. And
when she told the world what I had
done It was hard telling which of the
two was most embarrassed. Chicago
"Charley, dear," said young Mrs.
Torklns, "everything you see In print
now refers to some problem."
"I have observed it."
"I wish we could go back to the
style of literature that prevailed in
our parents' time nnd keep all the
puzzle pages in the back part of the
"Katie," one of the most wonderful
Inventions exhibited at the recent
shipping engineering exhibition In
London, Is likely to prove the most
valuable aid to sea captains and nnvl
gators yet discovered. "Katie" Is the
name given to ,the Invention of an en
gineer, by which he makes wnter talk.
It Is an automatic float, with a sen
sitive depth-flnding mechanism con
nected telephonlcally, and Is placed on
the surface of the yater, Another del
icate Instrument rests on the bottom,
with a wjre connection. When an en
gineer, wants, to know the, depth of
water at a particular' spot he rings up
"Katie" on the phone and she tells
him the exact depth.
She speaks In soft, Jerky buzzes In
the manner jof the Morse, cod,e, apd
when she gets out of.,her;: depth she,
stutters. Jf the current Is too strong
she" becomes' speechless." "Ko'tle" will
also warn a captain how much water
has got Into the hold or the engine
room after a collision.
The floating ship's safe Is another
wonderful Invention. It automatically
casts Itself adrift from a sinking ship,
and will send up a distress signal
every hour for twelve hours. A sound
signal is also glyen.jand it will burn
a light at night for three months.
Let your Glass Troubles be My
Reglazing done in any part
of the city
E. C. STUCKY.
Carpenter & Cabinetmaker
Phone 477W 1024 Main.
DR. F. R. GODDARD
Osteopathic Physician Surgeon
Suite 211, I. O. O. F. Tempi
(over K. K. K. Store)
Phone 821 . .
(The only Osteopathic Physi
cian and Burgeon la Kluutk
J. C. CLEGHORN
Civil Knginecr and Surveyor
Office 617 Main St.
Phenes: Office 160, Re. 192J
Friends of a certain automobile otm'
er are having a Jot' of fun these' das
with a story that leaked tott about b'lm
after a fire at a downtown garage' re
This motorist carried $800 Insurance
on his car and had .beenlrylng to dl
pose of It for severarWeeks for about
$100 more than the amount of the in
surance. He kept the machine In the garage
that was burned and, when informed
of the fire, confidently told his friends
how fortunnte he was In having $800
worth of Insurance on a machine for
which he had been offered only about
On arriving at the garage to make
a survey of the ruins he was met by
one of the nttnehes of the place, who
congratulated him on the fact that his
machine was one of the three or four
that were rescued. Indinnapolis News.
In Lapland the babies aie wrapped
In furs and burled in the snow out
bido the church while their parents
attend tho services.
It tho right kind of service nt tlio rlghttlmo. Right now wo avo
bonding out n llttlo foldor showing tlio. importance or giving tlio ..
battery proper storage when tho enr is laid up for tho Winter. It
has boon tho bad habit of many automobile owuors nt tho approach '
of cold weather to simply run tho old bus, fully ouuipped, into tho .j.
gnriiKO nnd then lock tho door till next Spring. V
"Certainly so far ns tho' battery Is concerned, this is n mighty
poor proceeding. Inside of tho battery, owing to its chomicnl nature,
n cortnin sort of action and reaction is continually taking place, oven
whon It Is Idio. For this ronson it demands certain nttention at
regular periods. This attention enn best bo given it whon It Is
stored undor buch conditions and suporlntondoiico as only tho bat
tery export can givo It. Because of this, wo advise our customers
to remove their batteries from tholr cars, sending thorn to us to bo
stored and cared for in our storage department. Tho cost of Win
tor storngo is small and there is assurance that nothing detrimental
can nnppon to tho battory during Jnck Frost's reign."
AUTO ELECTRIC SERVICE CO.
23 Main St. Phone 22M I
COUNT FIFIT! H
What She Desired.
"Why, Norah," said her mistress,
"how nice you Jook In your newj dress
nnd hat. I hope you will meet all your
friends this afternoon so that they
may see you In your tine clothes."
"Me friends, mum?" returncjl Norah.
"Whnt'll I bo wautln' to see them for?
Sure I don't care to make me frieiids
Jealous. It's me enemies I want to
meet when I'm all dressed up.", Bos
O. K. FEED & SALE
Under new manage
Best care taken of all
stock placed in our
barn: Horses, harness
and wagons bought,
sold and exchanged.
E. D. LAMB
Physician and Surgeon
Rooms 4 and G
17R Swanson Bldg.
Physician and Surgeon
Office, Wliile Bldg.
if&fticntx! Akv SUBGEBX
208 I. O. O. F. Bids.
DR. G. A. MASSEY
Successor to Dr. Traax
Salt 206, 1. O. O. F. Bldg
Office phone 8A!
Res Phone 86M
729 Main St.
Jack Monrow, Prop.
Cigars, Tobacco, Soft Drlnk.i
Peel and Billiards
Barber Shop In oCnnection
"Courtesy and Service"
"Your friend from Cambridge
seemed to enjoy the game."
"So he did. At one stage of the pro
ceedings he quoted 'Hamlet.' "
ft " lion Larry O'Kourke poled a hot
Don't siill'oi'! Instant relief follow1.1 liner about three Indies to tho left of
a iiibbliiK Mlth old "St. j llrst base In the ninth inning the pro-
Jacobs Liniment" fe.sor shouted .'A lilt ! A hit! A ml.
i - - - -- - -- ---.. -- ,....
Dr. E. G. Wisecarver
Dr. P. M. Noel
Seventh and Main Streets
Stop "dosing" rheumatism.
It's pain only; not ono cise In
fifty requires Internal treatment.
Bub soothing, penetrating "St. Jn-v
cobs Liniment" right on tho "tender
spot," and by the time you say Jack
Robinson out comes tho rheumat
ic pain and distress. "St. Jacobs
Liniment" conquers pain! It is a
harmless rheumatism liniment which
never disappoints and doesn't burn
tho skin. It takes pain, soreness
and stiffness from aching joints;
muscles and bones; stops sciatica,
lumbago, backadie, neuralgia and
Limber up! Get a smnll trial
bottle of old-time, honest "St. Ja
cobs Liniment" from nny drug store,
and In n few moments you'll bo free
from pains, aches nnd stiffness.
Don't suffer! Rub rheumatism away.
hit !' "Birmingham Agc-Uer-
Hair Dressing, Shampooing,
Manicuring, Face Massage
Leo Apts., nth and Walnut
Married at Five.
Infant umrritiges nre btlll prevalent
In India. The latest returns show
that In 1011 there wero 151,518 "mar
ried men" under live years of age and
B02.-I12C5 "married women" of tho same
tender age. Of "husbands" between
the ages of five and ten there wero Joxtrome powers of fisio.i that on tho
Tho designs of Persian carpets
have been handed down from r-jniote
ages. Each family keeps its own de
bign, no two carpets being alike for
fear of the ovll eyo.
Tho Arabs of tho desert have such
Phenes: 151J .Olfice.
Office 420, Main
Residence lOOO Main
SAW MlLi; ENGINEERING
Designers and builders of mod
era Saw MUIs, Planing MUls, Box
Plants. Complete plants contract
ed. Appraisals and reports made.
Dredging. We contract to build
any class of a building and install
machinery of any kind.
Drafting of any kind done. Bine
Prints made. PHONE 140J
Office in K. D. Building
We Do AU Kinds of Spring Repair
lng New Ones Made to Order
Axle Straightening and
AliL WORK GUARANTEED
Phone 250-Y 617 Klamath Ave.
I am now prepared to furnish
Shasta Sand from the Hoey, Cam.,
3and and gravel pit, in any quantity
that may be desired by contractors
AL F. GRAHAM.
CITY AND COUNTY ABSTRACT
' 517 Main
ARTHUR R. WILSON
nearly n million, whilo "wives" between
these ages numbered well over two
Gen. Pno Kewichlug, tuchln of Kir
In, In north China, hns cleared $3,000,
000 irom opium revenue In a few
years lu ofllce.
vast plains they will plok out objects
Invisible to tho ordinary eye at irtn
ges from one to ten mllej distant.
At one period of its history Bagdad
lad n population of two millions. To
day it has dwindled to two hundred
and twenty-five thousand.
Real Estate, Insurance,
Good buys in forms and city
Jas. M. Watkins Jr.
Suite 1, Swiuison Bldg,