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BATUM. .lANl'AItY 21, W20
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald!
, E. J. MURRAY !
Published dally except Sunday by
n Herald Publishing Company of ,
KUaath Falls, at 115 Fourth Street. i
Entered at the postofflco at Klnm-
fctk Falls. Ore., for transmission thru .
he malls as second-class matter.
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ae year .. . J5.00
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Member of the Associated Press j
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M all news dispatches credited to it
t not otherwise credited In thts pa-1
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8ATURDAY, JANUARY, 24, 1020
FACTS NO. IDS
With nilcquoto trans
portation - facilities,
trade, prosperity, so
cial Intorcourso and
nil that makes for Im
proved conditions, re
ceives an Impetus that
Is Irrcststibla whero
roads are In good con
dlton the year round
because of being paved
BITHULITHIC WAR11KX I1ROS. COMPANY
All mnln Klamath Falls,
Grants' Pass and Ashland
streets aro paved with War-renlte-Bltullthlc.
nil over 10
years In service.
1 unm rwnnrvrn
.Society jnrfln LArun i o
; m ii c pDnimiMp:
...n n '
W Wl W. W..W.-..- -j
SETS 95,000 TO WORK
MEXICO CITY. Jan. 10. (By Mall)
Two thirds of Lower California,
equal in 'extent to Cuba and Porto
-Rica combined, and an area in Chi
huahua equal to England, are held
by foreign lntejerfts,- according- to
Excelsior. The paper states It secur-j the .government's
ed Its information from the.agrlcul-.
tural bureau of the .department 'of
LONDON. Jan. S. ,(By Mall)
'Ninety-five thousand civilian, .men
and women must go to work as a
result of the discontinuance' of. the
government's dole, to the unernpioy
ed. This is expected taTaatC?onsi'djil
able effect upon the labor .market. In
all 135,000 personawereu jeceJMns.( .
ozonation but of
thee,.40,000 were engineers, render
ed Idle by a strike of Iron moulders.
Of ihe- other 95,000, 61,000 were
Mrs. It. 8. Phillips entertained the!
Art ami Needlework cltlb at her homo
last Wednesday nttprnoon. Beside
tint members, there wore present n's
K'.osts of tho club, Mrs. W. S. Slough,)
Mrs. W. P. McMillan. Mrs. II. Phillips
and Mrs. L Honors Tho ladles spent n
ery' pleasant afternoon together
Tho Misses Fny West, Hnttlo UlmU
and Cecilia McMuhon ontortnlnod
'ihursday cvonliiK in their rooms nl
tho -Whlto apartments, Tho guests
voro tho Misses Helen nnd Uclonn
Guest, Ina Graham, Atbcrtlna Nits
clielm, J. McLoughlln and Mrs. Linn
Matthews. A voy pleasant ovenliu
The Ladles' Guild of tho Episcopal
Church wns entertained Thursday
afternoon of this week at tho homo
of Mrs. C. M. ltamsby. An election of
officers was hold with tho following
results, President, Mrs. S, E. Mar
tin; vice-president, Mrs. Annn Brock-
ienbrough; secretary, Mrs. Clara
Frnnktord and treasurer, Mrs. O. D.
Burke. After the business' meeting,
,a .delightful social hoyr was, Spent
nnu, tno nosjess servcu ion.
These figures arebelng.vstudied nen and 34,000. women. It is gen
with Interest becausrf'aC'the constitu-! erally hoped .twt the women will
tional provision (theifamona. article ,-again enter domestic; agrvlce.
27 )r barring foreJgneM'Vronr holding i 'The 'gOTernment'Buoeinployment
land within ib6 knceteojj.thejdblefio demobilized -ervi-i;tril
Mexican frontier aBikiipmeters . wonieri'wlll continuiTuntil Marclv&l.
ItpgJ Ibe coast Hn.e. Allddwer Call-Tne'government's,,donatJon howqver,
interior, U la (bo prohibited area,
while Chihuahua 1w la affected.
throughout Its ' long itent of front
tec -"- 4 - .
. -'Congress has .been asked to grant
JjbjPresIdent authority o float loans
Is' limited to a maximum or nine
weeks at one pound a week for Men
and 15 shillings a week for women.
,The American Chamber of Com
pierce states that', since the armistice
".v.ni'.'.'j ..,., ..j, s.
3000,401) 'demobilised soldiers and
emoraaid 1,00,!)00 demobilized
a aoaA ' SO.QOO TM "fnr Dia!imIiI. ...1.... ' t.? tiopn iwah.
tjurpose pt IndnialfyPg foreign In orbed Into peace industries. '
terwt sufferlfir from tn applltlon I , J ' . ,
ot .'the constitutional provision ln"re-1 The United' States',) Orest Britain.
(E,rd to frontier and cost lands. Value and all Europe except 'Russian cmild
t the property involved. Is enormous.
flepecially when the, rich .lands, adja
cent to California, United States, 'are
considered. , , , ." '
be put into Siberia.
More than ten thousand people a
year are killed in automobile acci
dents In the United States.
Tkia. I --
AT' THE THEATERS,
T - , ,. ..J; rat (.in't..
Tonight will se3vihe,'laat, porfor-.
mancesr of'the'WIUUmKt)x blg,-spe-
cial productlon.-VEvangellne.y.at the
Liberty Theatre. The.4engagemt of
th'Is-plcture, based'.onr.thft'Boet Long
fellow's claksls'wdrk't'hasrbee.n .unus
ually successful and'' the. baly. regret,
of Manager -Toole' Is that, its run.can
not be extended. The picture!;? har
acterlzed by-many 6t.the.moft beauti
ful scenes exerifilraedand. Mlrjam
Cooper, has won . mkhynew admirers
By her work in the; title role.
"Evengeline.V.ot cursfl, Js,a poeni
of tremendous idranmt'ipwer' a
story the "mpyjpg; apptal" of Which
reaches etcry bunxkst. jtr'&jltbt
it , could -be t raMl i iud,Jnt 5 a npijon
picture .without the" Jos -of an of'i'te
poetic- .oeauiy is ceiia.ipiy.. ine an-
AntnV fit 1A IIMAVMAtflll
fui-ue V "V UYl"viu..l , ., a(f, ;
' As there can be so upensj fjr..
muraec mystery wnen loe.vqumas;
ImifaiAfl. etasa' MiiitaAmant A Alhl
tI(y.'ThatreJ- "wnlch wniMeseat'i0 --ttted tondUlonsbrpujhi ej
thj.-Breat iMAlir '& -rtfr- ' thenar. But wh.thfi Industrie
rpenth.c"hslr. for wo dav eommenc i Europe havt adjusted themselT6
Ing Sunday, refuses to' tell" anything
abolit the story other than that it'lj
written by Bayard YelUer, uthor, ,of
'Within the Lart," ' adapted , for lhe
screen and directed byLeonce Fer
ret, and enacted bir a splendid cast
headed by Yvonne Delta and Crelgbt
on Hale and Inciu'dlnr- Marie Shot
well. Christine" "Mayo Marc McDer
mott, Walter Law, 'Suzanne Colbert
end George Deheubourg
To say that "The Thirteenth
Chair" Is a story thaj attempts to
WASHINGTON, Jan. 21. Dospttu
the steady growth of Imports from
Japan since tho signing of the arm
Ittlco, officials of tho Department of
Commerce today declared that Am
erican markets havo been but little
effected by tho Influx of oriental
goods. Imports from Japan have In
ci eased mainly In value rather than
In quantity, It Is said.
During the 11 months ending with
November 1010. the latest available
figures, America Imported goods val
ued at $3t'7,130,lS7 from Japan,
compared with 2C1,2CD.502 In 1918
nnd 23S,660,C17 In 191".
One reason for tho tncreaso In Im
ports Is tho shipping facilities, now
available, official doclun. though
Japan's expansion In foreign trado Is
regarded as general. Japanese goods
which nro sent to this country, how
ever, are of tho cheaper grades, It Is
said, and do not compete with tho
Mgh class American manufactures.
Low grndo paper and cotton goods,
tea, vegetable oils, silk and bamboo
irnnufncturcs aro said to form tho
bulk of tho Japanese Imports. Tho
.only classes of manufactures In
which Japan and the United States
are a competitive footing are toya
and a few novelties In which the two,
countries now lead the' world, offi
cials say. ,, .
The constant increase In Japan's
Export trade not only with the United
States but with the world Indicates,
ft heavy demand will br-'made In Ihe
far East for American machinery and
tn'e'cbanical devices, experts declare,
Japan, it la said, can manufacture
cheaply low grade goods but must
import machinery with vhlch to do
it. Trade experts seem to concede
that Japan will control the trade of
the far East In the cheaper lines but
they believe the demand for Ameri
can manufacturing machinery and of
fice appliances wUl keep step with
(h'e growth of Japanese trade.
No invasion of the, American mark
ets by JapinelB mftnufflPtyrert Is ex
pected by trade"experts oMbeDe
j.artment of Commerce. -At present
"Japan has the advantage over Euro
pean exporters,1 they ay, because, of
a return or the normal, flow of im
ports into the United States Is look
ed tor.1 For .the next few years Jap
hn's'progress as a manufacturing na
tion will bo-almost wholly along the
Knees of her peculiar domestic pro
ducts and low grade manufactures,
It is asserted.
' "The Home of Good Eats"
In Edward the First's time four
.abbesses were summoned to parlla
' ment, and in the reign of Edward the
; Third half a dozen countesses were
Sunday, Jan. 25th
. 1 atthe "i,-'"--L,'
Vu GRACE METHODIST CHURCH '.''
. ,r .
'1" ' Corner 10th and High Streets '"?'
Hear Mr, A, H. Johnston sing , .
Sunday, School, 10 A Mi
Epworth League, 6:30 P. M r
Children's Meeting, 2:30 P, M,
Church Services, 11 A, M. and
ALL ARE WELCOME
FIND ANCIENT 8IOX8.
lyphlcs of ancient Indian tribes.
These pictures In stone, on tho walls
LOS ANQKLES, Cal Jan. 24. of tho canyon, indicate a possiblu
Oil operators In Dlack conyon, about J state of high culturo. All havo ovld-
slxty mllea east of Los Angeles, have: ont meanings; somo are of horsea
nnonnnced the dlscovory there of
what seemB to be a series of hlerog-
drinking and others of arrows, point
ing to now dead springs.
A MYSTERY SO CLEVERLY CONCEIVED,
SO SKILLFULLY HIDDEN until the last few
feet of the film that it would be safe to offer
ONE MILLION DOLLARS REWARD IF YOU
WHO RILLED STEPHEN LEE?,, .,
WHO KILLED EDWARD WALES?
It's Gripping! It's Mystifying
find the murderer of a man at n
spiritualistic seance, during whlch - -- .... .
I the man seeking the murderer Is Ml-4Z!H&hS&&i&ifc&!HZ!H&
ed In the same manner as the first,
gives you some idea of the possibili
ties of the story for tenseness and I
ju?iui.tiiiuu. luuuusictiit'i liiyBieiyi
to the situation, there was someone V
present each time, but.no actual wlt-ii
nesses to the deed. A young girl, who i
turns out to be the supposedly lost
daughter of the clairvoyant, Is one
of the many who are suspecte'd of
At the height of one mile the aver-
I' age velocity of the wind Is four times
' ns great as at the earth's surface.
SIX ACTS OF UNFATHOMABLE MYSTERY
A Second Murder is 'Committed while a
Spiritualistic Medium is,rying to solve the deep
mystery surrounding the first murder the man
sitting in - ' '
THE THIRTEENTH CHAIR
IS STABBED TO DEATH, BY UNSEEN
Suit In Equity for Divorce
Equity No, 1133.
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for Klamath County.
Inas Hay Kelly, Plaintiff, vs Prank L.
To Frank L. Kelly, tire above nam-
cu ucicuu.au mi
In the name of the Stateof Oregon f
you uro nureuy rcijuueu iu ujuieui
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Two Matinees Sunday, n.tll;80 and 3:30 I,
and answer the complaint filed
ugulnst you in the above entitled suit
on or before Saturday, the 6th day of
March. 1H2 . tndl Ilt'lnC IIIO lUHl UUV 1T
within which you are required to an-A
swer, as nxeu oy.ino oruer. 01 puuu- i
cation of this sutnmons. If you rail j.
to appear and nn$war',J 'plaintiff will,
apply to the court for.J.he relief de-,
man'dod In said .Complaint, to wit:
that the bonds of matrimony hereto-.
fo:o 'and now exlsting-('betwecn her
self and you be, tocftverlssolved and
set asldo and thpl 8116,0 awarded a
l(.rm .nf nlS0IUlB xnyoTce aim wiui
'she huvo such other -ami further re- t
filet in tho prensH-W t''0 court V
mav seem moet.jfln.U.'-eguiauie.
I This summons w-js., published one
iaa'nW ii for sls.s'ucceHlve and con-
L.,(Ivq Tvoni-a Iri-ilid Evenlnc Her- ?
ald.'u dally newapaperfpf gon'e'ral.clr-
dilation, prinieo, ,iiiijBiicu unu ur
culated nt Klamat,h ,FaUs, Klamath
County, urotjon, ay gr.qer ui iujuui
ahlo D. V. Kuyke'ridall; Judgo of said
court, and daterd'.TanUarv 20, 1920;
tho first publication 'to bo made on
January 24. itizo br, tne last punn-
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