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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 9, 1920)
Ladies' & Men's
MADE to order
UKHT OP WORKMANSHIP
PKRPKOT FIT GUARANTEED
Prices are very reasonable
Yoar iaspectioa Invited
Chas. J. Cizek
II B1. Mate
wnin ir rains is
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Tiom'i mffcrl Get dkt pack
You.csn elesr your head. Bad rellsv
dull, spllttiag or violent throbbing
hesdacho In a momeat with a Dr.
,Tmes',, Headache .Powder. This old.
time hesd'seh relief act almost, niagl
rally.1 Send Some one to the drag store
How Tor' a 'dime package and a few mo
rrmts .after you take a. Kwder you
y,. wonder. wJist heennm 0 the head
VcIip,' neurnlifl and 'i'' "'top suffer
iip it's needle", you get whst
FOR SALE ,
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4 room strictly modern honse as
pavement, .flBOO. 400 cash, balaaeo
f B 'room modera Imnsmi ta Hot
Briss addition, on easy payments,
lassadlata poaseasioa., . y - . t
. ,., rooaamodeni new house" ob 10th
atroet 'pavemeat. iBinedlatejpossea
slon. Iricf 4S0e.
CHIliOOTE SMITH T.
MnUtt I I I
5 AJLlbrrnGa Mn
I aHHslis ISM fi?f
Walter Cos, the Grand Circuit
-pilot, has completed the removal of
. sis entiro racing, stables from Dojer,
N, H., to Laurel Hlllyfarm, Indiana.-
Jf ..names count for "anything,
Tlunar "ohman, the Swedish' cham
pion, should be a likely contender
- lor Marathon .honors in tho big Bos
ton event next April.
'Doaan't hurt a bit and Freexon
V'cOBti'only few cants.
Try Freeione! Your druggist sells
r tiny bottle for a few cents,' sutfl-
- 'clent to rid your feet of every hard
,Com, soft corn, or, corn between the
toes, and calluses, without' one. par-
(tide of pain, soreness or Irritation.
" seelew" kVtlUwey;ef ;atasH4
WHALE BLAMED FOR DISEASE
' ' '
Malady That Attack tho Lungs Is
Thus Diagnosed by Prominent
Tbt pcliliioj:o'ccns dlsenso (cntiwd !y
n tmiull (npotvoiM In tli liver or
liuiK)i wlilch tlrsl made It nptonr
fiicv In llolhtuit, Iff believed liy Dr. Vnn
))liifti to do duo originally to whnleo.
Tim JIcillciil Record (iiotPfj friOn 11
Dutcli HclcnilMc paper hoiiio of tln
fuel upon wdlcll Van Delnsii Iiiinuh
"It Is snld Hint this nffcctlon Is en
dcnilc In Iceland anil tlmt It ovciituiil
ly roiiflii'd l-Vlcslitml from Hint locality.
Not only Frlralnnd wns ntincltcil In
tho eighteenth century, liut ninny other
seaports iilnnc tdo North sen nml Hug
lUli chnnnel. Tdo connecting link np
peiired to ho tdo wluilo fisheries, nrlg
liuilly n Basque IndiiMtry, with head
quartern nt Bordeaux In tdo seven
teenth century tdo cdnnncl ports en
gaged lu tdo whnlo-cntchlng Industry.
Krleslnnd, possibly Infected from Ice
lund, also engnged In whaling, np
pen red to bo a distributing point of the
"Not only wholes, but also seals and '
other Arctic fauna, were, pcrhnps In-4
fectcd with ecdlnococcus, disease, 1
which whs conveyed-. directly1 to man-,
kind when In starring seasons they ate
this flesh and to dogs and cat In the'
sane manner, .the-anlmals then, Rep
ine as host for the parasite along with
mankind. In time Uits maritime In
dustry went out of use. BecellectloBS
of old whalers, however, testify to the
custom iof taking dogs along on whale
ships, so that dogs could become In
fected aboard ship and menace the
TRACED DESCENT OF HORSE
Oregon Prefssser Lsft ((score's of His
Rsssarchss In the Msrshss
Horses of the mloccne tertiary times,
and during the pliocene age, which
rume later, roumed around the ranrshes
of Oregon, according to Professor Con
don of tdo University of Oregon. A
letter which the professor wroto a
woman In Nashville, Ofc., thirty years
ago, has been discovered. In which ho
referred to somo of his own specimens"
of tho early horse.
"There wcro In Oregon three or four
species of tho smalt horse," the pro
fessor wrote. "I have fragments of
many individuals of several of these
species. Tdo one of which I have the
most completo skelctou was about two
feet high.' Ho lived during tho mlocene
"My- fossils would not warrant me
Tn .speaking of more than three hoofs
on each foot ;, the center onq on each
foot being' large, and the other ones
small. Knch fetlock bone tarnished
blra with what was an external hoof.
"Belonging to a later, period, the plio
cene, Ihave other, horse remains. -The
elder .classification gtvea.the name Hip-,
parion to the pliocene horse.. .Tbejslde
hoofs of, this animal wee still extern
al; and therefore, to Some extent, func
tional.' These horses mnltlplled is
sptetat, of well as la nambars, varying
In sloe until the horse proper,; or ean-i
us, came on jhe stage with, only rud
imentary fragments of the metatarsal
bones of the, side hoofs provided for."
Insscts That Walk onWatsr.
Insects. Hint .walk, on, the water by
means . of pneumatic loafs are the
familiar spider and the pond skater.
The pond Skater really ' walks, on
pneumatic floats.. There are tiny hairs
ori the feet of tills Insect, so fine that
they cannot be seen, that are. arranged
to. collect air, The amount collected
In and, about these hairs ,1s sufficient
to allow the" Insects to, walk pr float
on the. surface of the, water. As each
foot isput, down It forms a cuplike de
pression, Vr tiny pit, tn the water. The
foot, does not sink, because the air
bubble that has been formed, Is too
.light (o let It. A One. covering of hair
protects tho water, spldor, too, and even
If It Is, submerged In the water it' is
never really wet ; tlie'halr keeps a lay-
.or.Af air between tsbody and the
Victor... It poks, like, a white, pearl
when below the' surface.'
All That Is Left of .the Mastodon.
An early find of, mastodon bones
irom tjnawanguDK, uisier twimj, new,
York,' iws8presented..tp'the1 University
of Virginia by Thomas" Jefferson,
third; president of the United States;
who, like Theodore Roo'sevelt, twenty
sixth president, was an enthusiastic
naturalist. It !b noted by natural his-
tory that after tho great' transcontinen
tal glacier receded largo marshes were
left' In' the region where these bones
were unearthed, and in them these an
imals frequently oecnme roirea. uom
Ulster, and Orange counties, have been
prolific In mastodon remains. The
Warren .mastodon, dug up ,near Now
burg In .1845, nnd.new n Hie .American
museum, Is the most perfect skeleton
so for, found. Bones are frequently'
turned .up by. 'fanners, and the, speci
mens' have even 'Includydrhalr, , 'long,
(Icnse.nnd sliuggy, and of dark golden
, Wht In a Name?
' Mlslress Lot mo see I What's your
Maid Minnie, mum.
Mlstressr-Well, Mliuilijiiiin, If you'll
only do the roaximuui of Work, you'll
"My wife undertook to make bm
"I was stunjj,
THE EVENING HERALD,
AND GAME BILL
POHTt'AND, Jan. 0.- Senators
N'orhlnd and Hnndloy and IloprcMon
tntlvo Dean nro preparing a bill to
submit to the special scBslon of tho
Icglslnturo which will contain tdo re
sult of tdo conforenco between tdo
governor and tdo Joint committees
of tdo sonnto and douso on fish and
gamo legislation. Tills bill, or nithor
tdo Idea It contains, was approved
by nil tdo members of tdo Joint com
inlttco oxcepilng Senator Thomas.
As plannod there will bo a fish
and gamo commission of sown mem
bers, but tho work of tho commission
will bo In two departments ono to
look after commercial tlsdlmr and
the other tho interests of tho sports
men. Three commissioners wilt hare
charge of the commercial .and' three
of the sportsmen's departments. The
seventh member will, act as an. arbi
ter in case of. dispute. .
Governor Olcott has asked that the
legislature create two commissions,
but the Joint committee did not ap
prove this plan for the reason that In
certain matters the commercial nen
and the sportsmen must co-operate,
and the, two departments must be so
ordlnated. The governor,, however,
Informed tho members of the com-
mltteo that ho will abide by the plan
proposod, willed ho considered tn tho
nature of a compromise.
Under tde proposed new commis
sion eacd department will handle Its
own funds. The sportsmen will bo re
sponsible for tdo money coming In
from that sourco and must ranko the
best showing possible to satisfy their
following. Tdo commercial mem
bers, of tdo commission, will attend
to tho propagation of commercial
fish. In tho event of a dispute tho
seventh momber wltl sit in Judgment
and act .as a Jury.
It is also the intention of the Joint
fish and game committee to have the
lngUlaturo deslgnajb the personnel
of the new state ilsh and game com
mission, or. at' least name six. mem'
bers, with the governor naming .the
seventh. The idea of the legislature
assuming responsibility of, naming
the commissioners is not opposed by
By the time the special session
convenes next Monday, Messrs. Nor
blad, Handley and' Bean hope to have
the draft of the bill completed' and
ready to, introduce. Senators Norblad
and Handley,. coming from Astoria
and Tillamook, are Interested in com
mercial fishing and Representative
Bean,, from Eugene, is one of the
most ardent sportsmen in the state
and has taken an active part in legis
lation for sportsmen 'throughout his
long caroor In tho legislature, both
as member' of the state senate and
Senator R. V. Rttner, who attends
od. the, conference at Salem, believes
there should be about live commis
sioners on the sportsmen's end of the
commission. He says that Portland
has one member, and eastern
Oregon and southeastern Oregon are
represented,- but that there' shouia
also be representation for the Will?
amette valley. Mr. Ritner Tias writ
ten his view on the subject to Mr.
Bean for the latter's consideration.
The crux of the conference at Sal
em did not come until the Joint, com
mittees went, into executive" session.
Throughout tho day there wos a vast
amount of talk about fishing on tho
Rogue river, which had no par.t in
the purpose of which tho conference
'was .called. Senator Thomas, who Is
opposed, to commercial' fishing, In the
Rogue, voiced his, objection to the
proposed fish nnd game commission
being divided into two departments.
Mr. Thomas demanded that there, he
two distinct commissions, one for
game and "the other for the commer
cial Interests. He was a minority,
however, as tho other members of
the Joint committee considered the
Plan agreed on as the most workable.
The proposed measure, thus .backed'
and supported by the joint tjsh and
game committee, sdould.be ready to
report out In short order whon the
legislature gets down to business.
SHIPS ASSIGNED TO
WASHINGTON, Jan, 9, American
ships furnished by the United States
Shipping Board will, be used to .re
patriate Ciecho-Slovak, .Polish and
Rumanian troops, nowln'Slberlaan-;
riottneedtthe state department today
The ' first-vessels, the. President
a rant and; America; will, leave -soon
for Vladivostok,' whert they are;.ae
about Fea'raary 10.: 3 v 'i
FIGHt JUST STARTING
FOR THESE "DRYS".
The real job la jast etartiag for
these two' saaa' nota iife-iaa
worker for prohikiUoa. Aherala
Kraast Karat .Caerrlngtea, who
the , organteaUoa ,ter,-
world-wide prohibition. Ho to also
te charge of aU antl-ealooa yak
Mentions.. Below, la. Warm 9.
Wheeler.' attorney tor, Ua AaU
Balooa League of Aasertoa; wk
has prosecuted over 2e cases,
some W then In the United State
COLD HE ASSERTS
HOWARD GAINS FOURTEEN
POUNDS TAKING TANLAO AND
LAYS CANE ASIDE
"I've gained fourteen pounds in
six weeks taking Tanlac and now
I'm a well man.f said Henry S. How
ard. a well-known farmer .and stock
falser of King Hill, Idaho.
"I had suffered from rheumatism
and indigestion twelve years," he
continued, '.'and could hardly eat a
thing because' everything was against
no and I had no appetite. Every
Joint In' me was swollen with rheu
matism and; hurt so I could nanny
bear to be touched. I was la sucn a
had' fix I couldn't work and had to
use a walking stick to get along. The
first bottle of Tanlac made a great
change In my feelings, mr rheuma
tism soon left' me and I threw my
stick aside, for now I can. walk as
"And eat! why I Just can't get
enough and I feel like I could do. as
much work asl ever could.JTanlac Is
worth its .weight In gold, and. it has
convinced me that there's . at least
one medicine that, will do what they
say It will and J want to. do any part
In. letting everybody know .about it."
Tanlac is sold la Klamath, Falls
by the (Star Brag, Coaadjin Lorella
.by the 'James Mere.- Co. Adv..
CAPTAIN OF CHAMPS
PEDDLES- SHIRTS '
Heinle. Groh ls thrifty. Worlo,
series money, as captain of the'
champion Reds; failed to divert
'the'ipeppery Hetaie from his reg-
ulsc wBtr,o once the scasoii
, was over, .So any1 day nowHelBle
ean bJ found aehtnd th. shirt
eountfer of a'ClaelBnall men's .fur
'IshlBg stor.. And He nle bos,
ivts t ' w.i irm 1.'
feiHJjjw., '0 'MWW'
ENDED IDOLATRY , IN' HAWAII f
Orave Act of Kaplolanl, DauohUr of
P.Uiet o..,!i.j f r...ulf.i.lMM '
No longer do tho flre lakes In the
great crater of Klluuea carry tiror to
tdo soul of Hawaii as n nicsiynge from
the dreadetl fire-god, Pcle. It Is n cen
tury since Knplolnnl, ilniishtcr of Ken
wlmnnhlll, high chief of tho district of
Illlo, mid wife of Nnthe, high chief of
Konn, nnd tde national orator, defied
tho flro goddess, nnd turned her peo-
pie from tho Idolatry. Prior to Hint
.....v i.au nujiviniiiiuii run inui urii-
ever Pele stamped her foot on the bot
tom of tho volcnno Slnunn Lonf her
"House of Everlasting Fire," there
were earthquakes. If she became an
gered with hapless lovers, or any who
failed to worship her, she was credited
wllh poring out torrents of lava and
liquid flume. All who went near Hie
crater were expected to do so with .hu
.millty and sacrifice, and high priests
of the goddess kept 'the people In awe,
People gave their dead to the volcano,
hoping they would became ghost gods
to aid them. Then Kaplolanl,. In 1820,
after three years teaching at jthe, feet
of missionaries, accepted Christianity,
and did what Is recorded as one" of
the greatest acts of moral courage ever
performed. She visited the volcano
against the advice of her hnsband and
friends, and hurled stones into the pit,
and ate of the enchanted berries near
It 8be defied the goddess. .Before go
,lng up she left a message, saying that
if she' didn't return, her people should
.continue to worship Pele, but If she
did they should accept" the new teach
ings. Her return safely banished the
hold of Idolatry in. Hawaii.
FIRST POST SERVICE CRUDE
-That Between New York and Boston,
However, Was the Beginning
of Great System.
The first regular postal service be
tween two American cities was estab
lished December 10, 1072, when the
government of New York Inaugurated
a regular monthly post' to Boston.
Some thirty-three Tears before .that
a post office had been opened In Bos
ton at the house of BIchard Fairbanks,
"for letters which nre brought from
beyond the sens, or are to be sent
In 1057 tho Virginia assembly pn
vlded for the "rapid transmission" of
official communications from planta
tion to plantation on penalty or one
hogshead of tobacco for each default
Four years after the establishment
of the New Tork-Boston monthly mall,
the colonial court of Massachusetts
founded an official postofflce tn Boston,
with John.. Heyward as postmaster. v
.(The, first, parliamentary act for the
establishment of '.a postal system In
the' English-American colonies was
passed tn-1692, and a3 royal patent
was granted Thomas Ncale, who was
authorised to transport letters at such
rates" as the planters should 'Sgree to
give. Keale began-operations In Vlr-
gwie,, and n the- other colonies soon
Joined, la .the movement; .although the
aystemwa. very .imperfect.
An. eminent, naturalist MyBr concern
ing the breathing ' apparatus of the
whale.: "Tho windpipe does not com-munlcate''wltn-the
mouth;' a hole Is.
as It were, bored right through the
back 'of the-head.-Englneers wonld
do well, to copy .the actloB of the;vs)ve
of Hierwhle's blow-hole;,afmbfespcr-fectplec,of
to imagine. Day "and'nlght, asleep or
awake, the whale works Its breathing
apparatus In' such ataaanner that not
a drop of water ever gets down Into
the lungs.. Again, -the-whale must of
necessity stay -a-much longer period
under water than i seals; .this alone
might possibly, drown It, inasmuch as
the lungs cannot have access to fresh
air. We find that this difficulty has
been anticipated and obviated by a pe
culiar reservoir in the venous system.
which reservoir Is situated at the back
of the lungs."
Insist on Facts.
When yon have lived your life long
enough and consistent enough there
will be no occasion to question your
standing.. Each year added to Its
predecessors with, the same consistent
goal odds, to the stability of character
that .makes character for. the com
munity. Such lives unconsciously
stnrop themselves upon everyone they
touch, and the world Is made better In
consequence. It's tho hope of the fu
ture that there will arise a class' of
men who wilt take nothing for grant
ed who ylll seek bed-rock facts for
every new venture. Then will .come
the days when our civilization will be
founded on truth and the results at
tained will abide. You can be one, of
these framers of the new age If you
want to. Lend your aid In' making, the
world better and its 'people happier.
Teach people not to take things for
' Animals, Worth Owning,
A performing animal, often has a
greater earning capacity than a suc
cessful man of business. The, first
kangaroo to enter :the boxing ring in
America earned a sum In five years
that allowed himself and his owner to
retire from' the' limelight and spend
the rest of their lvea In. peace and
quiet. .This was, tht irst ipf a long
lloa. of j pugilistic,.,, .kangaroos who
'Jmado'J;; their., masters. Much of the
succes ' of.'jlagenbeek's Vpnder ! Zoo
at Olyoa4a a'fawlyeirsjback was un
doubtedly due "to the engagement" of
Mux aad Murlts, the "human apes."
FRIDAY, JANUARY 0, !Mr
ANYWHERE IN THE CITT
729 Main St.
Jack Moarow, Prop.
Cigars, Tobacco, Soft Drink
'JP00I aad Billiard
Barber Shop la oCnnectioa
. OUR MOTTO
"Covrteay aad Sennce''
RsmI Estate, Ituunnc
Good bays la farasa
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(Formerly the Bend Studio)
1136 Main St.
. Phone 276-J
Bonanza, Ore., Dec. 31, 191t.
To the Stockholders' of the Bonsjassv
National Farm Xoan Asaeciatkn:
On Tuesday, January 13, 192e,sfes
annual meeting'of the stockholaisa,
of our association will be held la the
church In Bonanza, at "2 o'clock pjsi.
This Is your meeting 'Tour In
terests are "under"' consideratlaeu
We who have served you as best we,
could for the last twelve months are
ready' to report what , we have dome.
This' is the time to elect our suc
cessors for the ensuing year; th
time to 'make arraflgementsfor the
Improvement and enlargement eC
our association, and to correct .any
faults in its management.
-We' have over thirty ' members
nowuwho ;lJave Jrecelfed .over titty
thousand dollars. There is not oaje
dollar delinquent. No new' indebted
ness baa been incurred during thel
year and 50 per cent of tho deatsv
existing a year ago will have bee,
All this In detail concerns each of
yon directly. Wilt you not come at.
the time appointed and help us" maka,
a better record next year?
- H. M. DANIEL,
6-11 Sec'y-Treas. B.N.F.L.A.
HAY GROWERS ATTENTION
The Hay Marketing Committee of
the Farm Bureau has a market .tec
176 tons of baled hay. Farm bureau,
members wishing to bid on these or
ders may get in touch with the mark
et through ' the Bureau secretary la
the county agents office. (If you are
not a member of the Farm Bureau,
it only costs $1.00 to Join). 13
Sarety bonds wnlle yon watt. Chssv
Want Ads bring results.
.NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In the County Court of Oregon for
the County of Klamath.
In the Matter of the Estate, of Levi
F. Willits, deceased.
Notice Is hereby glvon that the-
underslgned has been duly appoint-.,
ed administratrix of the. estate of
Levi. F, Wilms, deceased, by the-.
abovo entitled Court, and all persona
haying claims against .the said estate,
are. required to present 'same, to the
undersigned, at the . law offices of
Merryman & Van Emon, in the 1st
National Bank Building, Klamath
Falls, Oregon, within six (6) month
from the date of this notice.
Dated this 12th day of December,
1919. ... x
LAURA A. WILLITS,
Administratrix of the Estate of
Levi F. Willits,- deceased.,' s , '
Try'esa. SsfaM.W, ,