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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 24, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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4 REPAIR DEPARTMENT
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Has been moved into its new home at the corner of Third ancf Main Streets X
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THE IMPERIAL GARAGE
BLY CATTLE ARE
BLY, Jan. 24. Bly cattlo are com
ing through the winter season.here
in better shape than tor many win
ters. There are about 8,000 head of
cattle and horses wintering around
'Bly. Nine hundred head "of cattle
from the Bly section are also 'winter
ing on the Holliday ranch in Langell
valley. It is said that there "will be
3000 tons of hay leftover there, on
account of its being such a fine win
ter. 0 1819 A. 71. a.ie.
if he's extra largo, heavy furred. cased
Sinabe?! S9 Wants - Oregon Fhts
ALL YOU CAN SKIP
And "Will Pay TTtcss Extremely srHfjlx SPrlces
GST A SSIPEEHTCiF TODAY
Hcitj Furred, Ctd
Open er Hss2m
.CO 1 2
ICO Is 13 '9
22X0 la 123
KnUTOLAPOEl N'l URGE ! ft' IiE"H!M I MIo.'UU I.CCB Ur.PHiKEi
Blk 15.GJt0lZ.Mjli.Qt3 9X31 8Jf3tJ EXO I 7-XOl) 7X3 1 7.C310 3J50
Short 10.0010 .00 SJiJb 7i3 7.23 So 6.5 5X9 to 5X0 6.GUJU 2.03
Narrow 7X0 to 6X0 G.25to 5.25 5.CD to 4.50 4.02 lo 3X0 3X0 U L53
Broad 5.00IO 4.03 3X9 la 3X3 2.75 b 225 2.C0H 1X0 1X0 ta .75
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These extremely high price3 are based on the well-known "SHUBERT"
liberal grading and are quotes? for immediate shipment. Io. 3, No. 4,
and otherwise inferior skins at hluhest market value. For quotations on
other Oregon Furs, write for Eljf &hbtrt &llinirv." the only reliable
and accurate market report and price list of its kind published.
ItFREE-Write for it.
A shipment io - "SHUBEFtt" will
result In "more money" "quicker."
Upholstering, Mattress Renovating. Furniture Repairing of all kinds
ERKINS' REPAIR SHOP
CRATING AND PACKING
IF IT CAN BE FIXED, WE WILL FIX IT
Installed is an equipment that is the last word in automobile ropair machinery. Mechanics, all experts in their line, will do
your work. There is no "guess" about what you get. It will be properly done. It will be done right. It will be guaranteed.
We are going to make our establishment everything that its name implies unsurpassed and unmatchablc. We arc going
to do work and handle Automobiles and Accessories that will be of the same high quality as the workmanship of our repair
department We are going to take the fear out of the repair and accessory end of the automobile business, for the Imperial is to
be everything that you have been wishing for and looking for. You will always meet with a cordial welcome and you will always
be glad to come back.
There have been from 100 to 175 1
head of cattle lost hero every winter
until this one. There is no snow hero
at present and old-timers say this
condition has not happened before
Although Bly is said to be the
worst infection spot in the county for
rabies there have been but few case3
of that disease here this winter.
In certain parts of India no girl
can marry unless her fathorv.has been
pacified bya gift of rice and' a few
Ml SHALL H? 2
tptp fcuec mro sin aouAtT'
( its to
10.WH 5 CO
. r- ,- va?irwa
4.75 to 3.T53r3l3 2.75 2X3 ta 1.75
3.rJfo 2.nj2.)tG ml 3.75 la 1X3
HOAGLAND & M'COLLUM, Owners
FULL OF TRICKS
BUFFALO, Jan. .24. Old tricks
aro being revived and now ones in
vented by smugglers who aro match
ing their wits against thcao of the
customs oftlclers In nn effort to
bring contraband whiskey from Can
ada into the United States.
The tide of the whiskey movement
which for more than two jcars flow
ed from the United States Into Can
ada has turned back. Of tlio same
smugglers who once took long chan
ces to send liquor across the border
Into Canada now are attempting to
evado the American Instead of Cnna
dldn laws. '
There has been a partial lifting of
the ban In Canada. The ordor-In-
council Issued by the Dominion gov
ernment In wartime which prohibited
Inter-novlhcial traffic In Intoxicat
ing liquor, was rescinded on Decem
Ontario still has a dry law prohibit-'
ing the sale of liquor, across bars or
lu anyway excopt by government ven
dor upon an order from a physician.
This Ontario law, however, cannot
prevent inter-provlnco traffic by mall
and express. Consequently Americans
who want to tako chances, with thfj
customs laws have experienced little
difficulty in having llqmjr delivered
at the United States border.
Somo of the tricks used to evade
detection by Canadian customs In
spectors when the movement of liq
uor from the United States to Canada
was In progress we're very Ingenious.
Spare tires on automobiles turned out
to bo the receptacles for contraband
"wet" goods. Partitioned . gasoline
tanks served the same purpose. A
hot water bottle used by a women
feigning Illness was found to contain
whiskey. A carload of scrap Iron bill
ed from Detroit to nuffalo ovor the
Michigan Central Railroad was side
tracked somewhere In Oontarlo and
whiskey was substituted for tho Iron.
The liquor was seized at Duffalo.
Customs officers hero oxpect a re
vival of these tricks and development
of others in order to bring liquor
from Canada Into the United States
The force of inspectors on this side
of tho klagara river from nuffalo to
Fort Niagara has been Increased.
One of tho finest private colloc
tfons of pearls Is that in possession
of the Dowager Queen Marghorita of
Italy, whoso birthday j.rcient from
her husband, tho lato King Humbert,
was always a string of theso genu
of the loveliest kind and perfectly
matched Her majesty wrars olnt
rows round her throat and four long
ropes representing twenty-one string1-.
one for each of the birthdays during
l.er married life.
AT THE CHURCHES
No changes will bo mada In Uilt
column unless tlio copy l at Tho
i:enliiK Herald office by S o'clock
First Baptist Church, corner Wash
ington and Eighth.
Sunday scliool at 10 a. in., C. R.
Proachlng at 11 a. m. '
Prayer Bervlco Wednesday at S P. M.
Every second and fourth Wednesday
evening will bo devoted to missionary
B. T. P. U. Sunday evening at 8
p. m. A cordial invitation is extend
ed .to all to attend theso services.
Sacred Heart Uhurcn, cornor'Sth
and High Btrcets. Rev. Hugh J. Mar
1st Mubs ut S o'clock
2nd Mass ut lOi'iO
Kvonlng bervlco, Rosary and Uono
dlctlon at 7 o'clock.
First Presbyterian Church, Corner
Sixth arid M!io Stieets. Rev. li. P.
Lawrence, Minister 437 Third St.
Sermon 11 a. m. Subject ''The
Kingdom of Heaven."
"30 p. in. "Tho Unchanging Jes
us." Special music nt both sorvlces.
Sunday school at 10 a. in. Wo still
have room for more pupils altho tho
attendance has gono up by IcapS'Cach
Sunday since moving Into tho new
church. The nttendanco nt church
services has almost doubled since
leaving tho old church. Wo extend an
invlt.-ttlon to anyone who hns no
church home to worship with us".
Lutheran services will bo hold at
Library hall, corner Thjrd and Main,
conducted by Rev. M. C. Rossman,
pntor, Residence, 929 High St
Formon 11 n. m. Subject v "The
hlphest Object of human nndwvor."
Sunday school nt 1015 a. m.
All are most heartily Invited to
woiship with us.
Mothodlst Episcopal Church, Tenth
and High, Rev. S. U. Clianoy,
pastor, 1117 East strcot. Phono fi7W
.Sunday - h"d at 10.00 A M,
Morning Worship at 11.00 A. M.
Junior Leaguo nt G:30 p m.
Sunday school 10 a. m.
Kpworth Leaguo at G:30 p. in.
Evening Church Sorvlco 7:30 p. in
Prayer mooting Wednesday even
ing at 7:30 p. in.
All nro cordially Invited to all tho
services' at tho Mothodlst Church.
Tho young neoplo can do no bettor
than spend an hour with tho Leaguo
from, t:30 to 7:30 p. m. oach Sun
day. First Christian Church, cornor
Ninth and Pine streets. C. F, Trim
Sunday School, 10 A. M,
Sermon 11 a. m.
Christian Endeavor 0:30 p. m.
Prayer meeting Wcdnesda oven-
Ing, 7:30 p. in.
Emmanuel Baptist Church, Elovcnth
and High streets.
Sunday School 10 a. m.
Preaching at 11 n. m. by Rov. W.
B. Stowart of McMlnnvIUo.
Prayer meeting Wednesday at
7:30 p. jn.
Woman's Home and Foreign Mis
sionary Society meets first Thurs
day of each month.
You are invited to these services.
Tho -Christian Science Society of
Klamath Falls holds services at 113
Fourth street every Sunday morning
at 11 o'clock and ovory Wednesday
evening at 7:30. All are welcome.
The subject of lesson for Sunday,
The Sunday school session is from
9; 45 to 10:45 every Sunday morning.
The free reading room and free
lending library is open from 2:30 'to
4:30 on Tuesdays, Thursdays and
A wondorful record for regularity
lu church attendance Is that of MIsa
Ella L, Stotson, of Qulncy, Maas.,
who in half a century has boon ab
sent from church on Sunday only five
TOKIO, Jnn. 24. Premier Hara
has promised his support for i con
feruueo of the Japan-American rela
tions committor, composed of Japan
ese and Americans, to ho hold here
noxt spring. Uaron Shlbuaawn has an
nounced that ho expects agitation lu
California and In tho United States
Tho American section of tho commit
too was organized In tho United
States when Uaron ShlbUHiiwn visited
that country In 1915. After his return
homo tho Japaneso section was or
ganized In Toklo with moro than u
scoro of prominent Japaneso business
men to co-oporato with the Aiuorlcari
A meeting of tho commltteo now
has been called hero for tho exchange
ot frank opinions regarding diploma
tic, oconomlc and nthor questions
arising between Japan and tho Unit
ed States. It Is oxpectod that about
15 men including flvo or six from
California' and tho others from tho
eastern states will como to Toklo to
nttcny the mooting.
Government npprovn! of tho pro
posed conference was given nt a ro
coptlon recontly held nt tho resid
ence of tho Premier. Many loading
Japaneso attended In exchango vlows
on tho promotion and n bettor iindor
slnndlng hctwaeu.thu nations. Among
them woro Baron Shlhusawn, Baron
Sakotanl, Baron Kondo, Mnnzo Kush
Idu, ZonJIro Horlkoalil, Junnosiiko
Inoiiye, governor of tho bank of Jnp
an; ChuJI Knjlwnrn, president ot tho
Yokohama Speclo Bank; Baron Mo
gata, Viscount Knnoko nnd Dr. Julchl
Tho Premlor said ho hollnwd tho
conforonco would contribute to tho
ndvanconient of frlondllnoss botweon
Japan and tho United Stoles and that
ho and other members of tho cnblnot
had decided to glvo ovory posslblo
support to It.
In tho south of China silkworms
have been roared and silk manufac
tured for ovor 3,000 years.
The particular duty of the company t(v its cus-,
tomers is to render satisfactory service; to its em
ployees, to maintain loyalty by fair treatment; to
those who own its securities, to maintain integrity of
their investment, and to others of the common
wealth, under whose rule's and regulations it oper
ates, to convey the information that it is giving them
better servicd for less money than can be obtained
in any other way, even under government or muni
cipal ownership. Our business is founded on an'
economic, basis, and if wisely administered and not
hampered by unfair treatment can continue mutu
ally beneficial to the customer, to labor, to capital
and the commonwealth.
California-Oregon Power Co.
Tho collection ot bid omhroldorloi
Is a particular hobby of Queen Maud
Soli Idn O. 8.
I'ltmt No. 10TI4W,
November 4, 1111.
Cut Tire Costs
Bring us an old,
worn tire liko
we'll cover It
with n Sturges
Tiro Sole made
of new, livo rub
ber, with heavy
and you'll have
the equal of a
new tire, which
looks liko this,
Sturces Tire Sales re
duce your bra eipenie
one hoi. We apply
KLAMATH KUBBEK &
1120 Main St. Phono 001