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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
FRIDAY, JANUARY 1, 1WM)
YANK GIRL IN PARLIAMENT MEETS
I u i.i 1 1 ri I iKSjjn i 1 1 1 1 iWiiiin 1 1111' BS
SiilHHE411k7 Kt Era
flHB&"U vntr aBaaavm HH
Vlrinh2L.n n.10'' Aner'con woman of tho Langliornoa of
Inf. 7V ih0.n.rst. wo.ma U In. the Urltlnh houso o( com
'ff? h;,B?L0r.?r'V,nilt0 Sf ?0,ll,c wfcM'the parly whip rofuiod to
ilnri i aTa .tb0 h0U"? dHr,nK na tnB""t discussion. Her hus
i.mdii;2Ator,.no,r ,n th0 h0UM ot - n ot Viscount Will
i!L. f AmMlcan who renounced bit right tor tho BrltWh tltliw--?SrnVhl
t,1f1Lt0 , UU. of tho till and .hould hVi," .tcT
?" ot in ' candidate against hi wlte lor the teat in tho
liAUOlUN't 1H dodo -
j j:.kii(,ihi: ior.-mvkr
CUJCAUO, Jan. -0 LourIi) alilni-
my your llvor, and dlo happy. ,
.The 'old adngo, "A laugh a clay
keeps iho doctor, away," has found,
innny follower oven anions Uicho
who must depend upon tho disabled
llvors of unsmiling persons for tholr
' Prof. A. J, Carlson, of University
of Chicago, duclarcH that n hearty
laugh Id worth mora than countless
liver pills. ' ' '
"Tho' muscles of tho diaphragm
nro exorcised with n good, hearty
laugh and that 'benefits tho liver,"
nays tho professor. "Howoror, tho
physical value of a laugh Is not con
'flood to tho llvor tho heart and
circulatory and norvous systems are
Improved. Anger and hate causo do
prcsslon and consequent ovll Influ
ences on tho stomach, liver and othor
(5UEAT FALLS, Mont., Jan. 9,
John Durkland, who hna "Borvcd fn
four warn, has onllsted again In the
United State army., Hurkland was
"in tho Door war, tho Balkan war,'
.tho Spanlah-Amorlran war and tho
Croat war. Ho was only recently dls
chin god from tho, American army.
Ho also served throb yehrs' In the
'United Sta'too nnvj'.- " '
rilKDICT I.VCItKAHK ; ,
" ' IX SHOB PIUCKH.
CINCINNATI, Jan, 9, Today bo
foro tho annual convention of the Na
tlonal Shoe Travelers'1 Association, J,
D. nyrno of Rochester, N, V the
1 resident of tho association', predicted
n fifty per cent advance 'In the. prices
of shfios next-summer.
TKAITKItH ARH BUSY
DILLON, Mont.,. Jan. 9 -The
high prlco of coyote skins jl'. stimu
lating hunting and trapping In this
section. Muskrata, mlnkk marten,
nnd, fox also have been plentiful and
all bring In big money... .,
". The' unusual snows have hamper,
. od tho trappors, however, and they
are coming In early to dispose of
tholr furs and skins.
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QU.KKIt WEATHKIt i.
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HBLKNA, Mont., Jan. '9. This
has bbeh a "freak" 'winter' In Mon
tana. Lata' November and' .early
December were almost the coldest In
tho history of the stato. During tho
coal strike, when Ilttlo. fuel was to
bo -had, tho mercury hovered around
20 below, .and often reached 30.
As 'soon as tho minors resumed
work, 'tho-tomperaturo .shot up and
tho latter- part of December , was
balmy'1 and grasshoppers woro seen
In tho fields.
. Apropps of tho attonipt, to remove
' Onrry Herrmann from tlio chalrmnn
- Bhlp of tho National Commission,
,Mr, Horrmnnn declares that ho
never boon asked to resign, by
majority of tho major longuo club
According to President HbyillerJ
tllo "sa(i'onnl League, magnates aro in
favor ofn world'a series of nlno
gatnep, It remains for tho American.
Loaguq mpg'uls o, BOjjictltin tho prb
pqsn"tor!,kinjt, It, is doubtful. Jf tho' aprlntera of
this year's American Olymplo toam
canr dupllcato the grand work of
Italph Craig, Don Lppiicott and
Alvah Meyer, thV wonderful trio of
thai 19,12, Olymplo gamesi
An English publicist says that
President Wllpon In .Franco was "at
tempting to master in a month what
European diplomacy had studied
through gentrntlons" jtnd that hq
"had the same chance na a tallow.
rabbit in hell with an' asbestos .grey
hound trailing hli.,heeli,V
LIVED LONG WITHOUT FOOD
Many Cases of Genuine Fasting Re
corded Among 'he Many That Were
WIicii tllo cupboard Is hare, and
liouAfkorpliiK fumlw nro low, tho poor
taxpayer thinks of tho fuxtlug of tlto
CarthUMhin miitiks, tuid wonders If
that In the practical answer to his
Apart from the obvious tricksters of
(lie traveling fairs, there arc many
tiulnhlo cades of, genuine fastjng.
In the year 11M7, Cicely Udgwny .was
churned with Iho murder of hur hus
band, and In order to Impress tho.
Judges with her Innocence, she fasted,
for 40 days and wns acquitted, folks
I conshJorlnj- Jicr salvation, as a direct
tii vine i.iucrvcmion,
A wctl-knoWn 'American, medlcai
mat), Doctor Tj-nner pf'Now lYprk, font- !
eu tor 4U dnys in the summer of 38S0,':
nnd lost Iiearly42 pounds' weight In
.Louis I.nttonu, who died at tho ago
of thirty-three Jn 1883, was said toL
have gone without food for 12 years I
Amongst tho most famous' of the
fako fosters was "The Fasting Wom
an of Tutluiry," who claimed to have
abstained .from food for "0 months.
She created n furore before being An
ally exposed In 1808.
A man named Cavanagh astonished
the world by declaring that ho had
lived without food from ' February,
1S80,. until, November, 18-iO, lhatCIs
nearly two years, but on his statement
'being disproved he was Iliiprlsoned. f
Tendon. Tlt-nits, ,
LIGHTTHAT YET SHALL DAWN
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Glorious .Sign Promised, to Denote
That All Men Are Determined
tb Bt Free.
Look you, n white ago was the llgwt
bright about usbu't It wan because of
the -noon; and the'nfght was deep tint
'xvlthntainllnr. and when the moonlight
waned nnd died and there was but a
Ilttlo f-llmiiu.r In nlnno nf Itia hrleht I
llglitf-y.et was tho world glad because
all thing know that the glimmer urax
of day and not of night. Look" yOti.
,nn tthogeiif'the time to betide, the hope
,of the fellowship of men". J for- f
mhiiii, ii inny wcu ue mill mix unKiii
I (lay of summer wlilch Is.-fBnlnl
iiH u i- no imugu uiiire ueiiiiiiiii.
of the day flint shall be; but,.rnl.he.r.
shall, hjit day-daw,n be cold and graj,
the moon' and'1 the glam
dreamtlde. By 'such gray flight shall
wise men nud valiant, . , ..see the.
remedy, and deal.vlth It,- n'real thing
iiiiii may ,oe, loucucu ana nnmueii, anu
no glory of the heavetis to. be .wor
shiped from nfnr off. And what shall
It be. as I told thee before, .save that
men shall jio determined, to ba'free.
William Morris, In "A prcora'of John
Franklin Had His Doubts.. .
Tho following speech was made by
nenjamln Franklin nt" the convention
which adopted the United States Con
stitution; "Mr. President, I' confess that I dg,
not entirely approve this .Constitution,
but I .iiin not sura that I slmD never
approve it. I have experienced many
Instances of being obliged by better In
formation or fuller consideration to,
change opinions even on Important'
subjects which I once thought right
oud found to bo otliohvlBo. In these
wntjriicntH I agree to tills Constitution,
wlt'lv rill Its. faults. If they iires8ttch. I
il'ou'bt, too, whether any other conven
tion, wo ciui obtain may be abjo to
innl.'o a, better Constitution. Tho opin
ions I have hnd of Its"errqrs I sncr
lift) to (lie.' public good, I cannot' holp
e.prenMliig a wish that every member
of, this convention v-ho may hovo oh-Jrctlons'-t'o
It would With nio on this
occasion doubt n little of his own In
rullllil.llty and' tojjiukq manifest' our'
iiliiuiliulty put Ills name to this Instru
ment'" Of seventy recent strikes wljhln
tho American Federation ot Labor
only eight had been authorized,-
British production Is, gradually re
viving and American strikes, era
helping BrltlsnHrade in foreign.mar-
unu.suriyjanu ye- oy w ngin snail . Lpa, "Valentine," she has a sur
mcn .?. J,,mSi.1s !!)?t?;'r'ly, !'Tnrche In the hall of fame. Her moral
nnd'noMoilger eifclmnted'byy gleam ef mflild bear reproach; she seemed -to
tne moon amr'.tne giamor"ior -tnei j
SAW COSSACK AT HIS $&l&Mrfriri&&M4rt&
Writer Waxes Cnthuslattlc Over Camp
of Tired Men, "Ooldlers to tho
ff you have read "Turns Ilullm." Oo
gnl's story of the 'CVmsiIck, llieit yoii
will know what I moan when 1 way
(lint last night 1 had n chance to m;o
a real plcturo of the Consaclt, wrltci
WllllrTin V. JDuilcan In the Ynlc Hi
view, It was at annuel when over the
tops of the whllo birches Urn heaven
looked as If on fire, whllo to tho rljrlit
the clouds were llko waves rolling over
a sea of pink, I heard a shout, 'The
Cossack are coming," and through the
opening In the woods rode these lovt-rs
of war. The horse and iho rider ore
one: both were tired, but there was
something that told you that If the
bugle bad blown all the tlreduex
would have fallen nwny. They are
sold'or to the Inanncr born. War Ih life
to them. If a thing Is worth having
ft Is worth fighting for, Kven when
they gathered In groups around the
common palls nnd borrowed one an
other's; spoons to ent the common muni
their' bearing was that of soldier.
I'lgs can feed from a 'trough and you
go away disgusted, but whcyi you see
those fellows back frAm a fight, delv
ing Into their mess, you stand to ad
mire. Their leader was fully six ff-et
seven Inches tail, with n beard that
sold he was Itusslan of the HiikkIihih.
All were well-formed, strong men,
hardened to the out of doors. Their e'
chelon was not there, so they made.
themselves nl homo for the night on
the ground. It was a sight to remem
ber us our train pulled out of from the
station, thosu Cossack groups oround
tho (Ire. singing the songs of war In
which their spirits revel.
QWE APPLE TREES TO FRANCE
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Canadians cot Their First Shoots Firm
'm Nobleman Who Was Associated
' ' With Chsmplaln.
It was from France that1 apple trees
Vi-erc-flrst brought to Canada. A French,
nobleman named De Moots was asso
.elated with Samuel dc Champlaln In
France's earliest colonizing projects
In, pirt of North America; Their first
colony was planted on therockyisiand
of St. Croix, now Doucett's or Neutral
Island, nt the mouth of the lUver St..
'Croix, which forms part of the present
boundary between New Hrunswlck and
the stato of Maine. After spending
there the winter of 1C04-05, the colon
ists removed to Port Itoynl. now An
napoils. Nova Scotia. The colonists
were getting a foothold when tholr
charter was revoked by the king of.
France in lCOT, nnd the enterprise
,catne to, an' end. However, In the, fol
lowing year Champlaln founded Que-
t bcc, and shortly afterwards Dc Moots
sent out to Champlaln some young np-
nlu troi-s. Tllpv worn nlmitpH nnri tt'rnw
j well. Sucli Vris tlie beginning of" ap-
.lrKrowing in wnnnaa. iwcnry year'
- ,ncr pp,c ,rees were introduced into
that part of ancient Acadia that now
forms the province of Nova Scotia.
The -comedy that was felicitously,
presented a season .ago .written around
the life of George Sand was scarcely
fair to her, though highly .eatertalulng.
George. Sand, the genius, had hef
tolbles,.Wt she had a great bra'lrt. '.Is
hef, veins was the blood' of 'kings and
heroes, so, naturally, she" was highly;
romantic and gathered Into" her cate
gory of passions the nauies;of fameus:
:tneti of her time the biasing epoch of
genius, when Hugo. Ulac. De Musseti
r.im.. nc-o . i,oi .Ki, nmi,.
Heine and De Musset were fleorge.
, sand's adorers. Her real name was Ar-'
mandineXucile Aitrore, Daroaess Dui
,. As the ou;hor of ,;Consue6?r
e'Act itn'cT excite love, without. loving. J
Tnat sue turaea ner variea amatory -ex-'
perlences Into "copy"- may. or,, may. not
be.' true.' 'That she "was 'ad Inspiration
.to gifted men Is an established fact.
TIm perfect Nocturnes of Chopin nrose.
In "Inrire measure, from his 'sorrows
and Joys'wlth George Sand. She made
tfftfwt i.- i.A. n..uiHa a
91V,UUU UJ IIVI VTI4(lll,a.
Ono occasionally hears the question ;
"Is It Welsh rarebit or Welsh rabbltr
It Is Welsh rabbit.. "Ilareblt" Js only,
an altered form of the "rabbit" tin ,
afterthought Intended to simulate nil
niisurd derivation from "rare" and''
"bit," as the Century dictionary cbu'r
actcrlees It. "Welsh rabbit'" Itself Is
"genuine slang" and belongs to the'
class, of names of jocular origin. There
are many others'; nn Essex lion Is a
calf; a Fleldlaun duck Is n baked
sheep's head; Glasgow magistrates or
Norfolk capons are red herrings ; Irish
aprlc'ote or Minister plums nro po
tatoes; and Grnvcsend sweetmeats are
shrimps, to nu'mo oyer a few examples
taken from English usage. At the mo
ment the only American samples that
can bo offered are t))0 Albnny beef
(sturgeon) und Cape Qod turkey (cod
fish). Pity for the poor Poet.
Many poets have complained to ua
because newspniiers do not' pay' for1,
Iteaily. we do not think that poets
should ask pay uny m'orq. than some
one' should n$k pay for sunshine,; rnlri,
tho dewr of the morning, , starlight or
For, all that those things, arc to-jbo
body, poetry Is to the spul., Poetry,
like virtue, should he Its own', reward.
Moreover, there Is on old maxim which
isiiys "Poets are born, not pabj.' los
Angelaa Tjijies, s ,( - i
For Service and Quality;--
Meats Meats IMeats
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For your Sunday
X Faucy Roli'ed.Roasts!
V Nice Juicy, Shoulder Roasts OA,
Y .- i . ,
; Choice Pot Roasts ,...- 17
Nice-Juicy Plate 1oy2l
Boiisat Lt c
ALL, JIj; ABOVE PRICES, AS WELL AS CUTS FROM OUR
iT-ho following ,1s a;IIst of eZerpts
token from as many letters received
by j the government during iho past
year ond makes reading matter that's
the best thing for the. blues ever con
cbcted: These are actual facts- and
have not been "doctored" torf thej
purpose of .making them good) ,, ., -t'l'-ain't
got no book learning andi.I
hope i'i'm" writing for inflamatton.v,
"'iu8t".a,Mle to let Vou ,knovCtljaf4
am a widow and tour children " '
.e Is staying at a cilssapated
hoise:""f 4l . s.iTK
.PrevloUslto hU:departuf e,w,e, were
married Uo- a J us t ice oi Kie9e..t --9fl
He was " inauctea .nw.i.-;nB9,iur
face. S"1 i1 ,Ui ,.,- . ? 2 ,
"i" have' a four,jnonthB;.old..l)a.ti and
stie ismy onty Buppori, ,.,, . - s0
Jli'waa discharged frc-in.itli Army,
fpr a. Goiter "which I .wafAjenJj.pmeJ
for. rSs Hi, u , br c i jt
A lone woman and parsley depen
,1 did "not know my husband jhad
middle name, and if be did I don'i,
.:. '.. .. .. ' ' .
thing tt was "none."
' As I need his assistance, to kqep
nie enclosed (In clothes?),.;- ,
Owing to my condition which
linven't -walked in three tnonths for
ti. broken leg which is No. 75,-
' Kind Sir, or She:
1,'il enclose -loving yours.
'''iininaett, with a, child seven months
old' and sho is a baby and can't work;
I recolved ?G1, ond am certainly
Q. Your relationship to him? An
swer: Just a mere aunt and a tew
And he was my bost,supportor,
' ! received my Insurance Polish
and have slncq moved my Post Of
fice. I am hIs;wJg and only nl.r.
Vou a'skod for my allotmont num
ber. I have four boys nnd two girls.
. Please correct my name as 1 could;
not and wquld not go under a con
sumed name. j
"'Abstract of n letter from a. boy to'
.,..' .. I ll.. IW Iho v.
ilia inuiuui . x urn niiwiK i "" .
M.. C, A, with- a plana playing in my
Mrs. Wilson I need help bad, see if
the President can't help me. V,
Pleaso return my marrlagq certifi
cate, baby hosnt eaten In threo days.
I need him to see after me.-
Both sides of' our parents are old
,"' Please send me a wife's form.,
Dinner a nice choice' Roast'
Klamath County Beef at the folIoWin h i& H t
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LOW PRICES, t
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Our f Own"
No. ps. ..... , .,.-.
to f C
No. 10s .:
PRIZE CATTLE, CAN BE HAD AT OUR LIBERTY
MARKET, CORNER THIRD 'AND
I have been in bed" for thirteen
years witli" one doctor and I Intend
to try" another. ;
Hello. 'Mr. 'Waif Ttlsk 'insurance,'
How are you? I am well and' hope
you are 'the "same.
Dear Mr. Wilson.: It have already
written to Mr. Headquarters andfe-'
celved 'no reply. It I don't get one I
un.going to write 10 uncie cam nira
yi llav'e your letter. I 'am his
"minilfattiaii anil )ta vara a lrnnn . artr)
jjfed'Bp'in this 'house accordlmtcw!
your . mtsruciions.
I alnt received nd pay since ray
husand K5s gone. aw"ay',fromri"jSfej
"" '"YoUvfiaye changed ny Httle .glrlliei;
:i."Ji.'-.lli ti,a4 n.oVc'rn!,lifron'isf-
a boy, will thai make any'difference?,
"Please let me know If John1, haaipe. has led.gos--ebsliiginr,n the lead-
Jft;Ali o onti.Mnn f . wiri iSi
-"- i-.-.w - .......
Mis money w'aslcept from him 'for
aVelopment" wlilch r have never rel
elfer ' . ' -f
"Ifdu-liave takenmy man,.away:
fromi-lne to vflght nnd. ..be- waslrt.the;;
best: tighter I ever had, Nowyou
'-ni have to keep me or who'fin'Hei)
vill.jf you. don't?' ?
My boyhas Jbeen put In charge of
fantry-J), Please tell mo Is bePi'livJnB
orWlea'd? and If b"o what' Is -hlsiad"
' Iam a poor widow and all,! Jtay'o
la -at the front. "?"
Bishop Burch of New York main
tains that we must fight Bolshevism'
t ' o-'H
a SPllippn, unaioon .w -yiu t geinny
more money? J t' " ffiiM
" "tJlv inh'nni1 trf In Co iGStlFMn-
Save Your Pennies. I
The Cash and Carr System Will-Help You!
All goods markeHv-ih plain .figures. 'No'. special t
j baits necessary. .Just' the best of -.everything for f
, less, at this "I
Spot Cash Basket Grocery
w. . ...WhyPw.More? ,
V .. .,. .H..tf'
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S22.S24 - Kln -
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from the Beat of
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'.iff i V-f "iKtt "?d
rss.s e 9-m s
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Shoulder; Sfeaks v.'vlf; : ;-,oroL.
HOW -ABOUT YOUR FERN
. We have the ferns. Order any'
time now- . - .-
' Cut Flowers in season.
'Potted Plahta.'1 ,
frr , Ploral Designs: f "
We will helD voir nlan vnnr flnwor
'garden, for' the. coining season. In?
lerview our lanascape garaener.
f' KLAMATH FLORAL CO.
2104 B. Main St.
a i '
, ;jDon:t fall to hear .Johnston alng.at
noon and e-reiilng'at 2:3d:andr 7.30.
Wrcnurcneftl - r America. -TJilS; is a
tiaa ,rinn,n 1,
lA linna A h.aa Ikt. wah a
leader. ' .Ererynddy welcome ? and'
eVerytb'in-c tWe?-"' -"' ' - i
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Thebook-l'When Bear Cat Went
Dry", Jfyro sjje at Underwoods Pharr
raacy and'Hairry "Richardson's' Book -Store?
!?al'" ;" '' -9-1 2 v
$, Dr. S. A.Jj)a.n.ford, whOiis here
lircuuuiuK eirury uuernoon anq even
ing at the -Metho'dlBtvchurch is'Super--intendenf.ot.'the
Klamath District of '
the Methodlst'aChurch" and' lias been
pastor of some of the . leading
churches in ihel country." He Is" a
great Bible expositor and handles the
scriptures in a masterly manner. Ho
is accompanied by a great song lead
er, Mr. Arthur Johnston, 8-9
Only about one person In ten
saves, according to savings banks'
'Jls i &
tt Avem .
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