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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
SATURDAY, JANUARY HI, 1020
'Ml STEPS TO
NI3W VOIIK, Jim. 21. Old-fashioned,
l(0()i-)(iiir-(llHliiiit(! (laiicuti, nro
to (llHpliico tlio modern Jnzz MlopH, If
(lit) nationwide reform mnvemolit un
dertaken by tlio Amorlruu Nutluiuil
iiHxnrliitlun of Mostors of Dancing
proves successful. Tlio (liuiclni: mas
torn, ll In announced horo, count up
on tlio support of niolliurH fiithurH,
daughters, hoiih, iliiiicii hull proprlo
torn, (liuiclni; touchers unit IiohIokho.i
niul If nccomiry tliu police depart
innnt to exterminate tlio ''Imlf Nel
son," "body liolil," "Bliliiiiny lock"
niul otliur Imported Imllrooin ktIjih
which nro practiced liy some iluncorH,
Clinnp unif vulKiir music Ih iiImo to
como undur tlio him niul, according to
a circular Just Issued liy tlio uhdocIii
tlon, tlio.io In clmrKo of community
or pulillc dances mo urged to hIiow
tholr opposition to iitiiliiHlrnlilo dun
ces by distributing "you will please
lonvo tlio hull" cnnlH to thosu who
persist -In offending.
Tlio ttomofi, It Ih charged nro of
ten n much to blninu lis tliulr part
ners niul, In Home cases, ilnnco hull
proprietors nro ndvlsod to pick out
ten or n tlozon ohjcctlonnblo couples
a ml, If u winning Ih disregarded, tp
oust them at onto.
"Vou will soon soo," tho clrculnr
rends, "Hint j on hno raised tlio
Mtnndnrd of our establishment nud
that tlio loss will ho moro tlinn niudo
up liy doulilo tlio numhor of person
who liuo roHpoct for you niul your
Rome of tlio rules and regulations
which nil nro urged to olioy follew:
"Dnnco iiiubIc bIioiiIiI ho hrlKht and
cheerful, properly accented and tho
phrases well divided. Cheap, vulvar
muntc of tlio oxtremo 'Jnzz typo In
vltes cheap, vulgar meaningless danc
ing. It la u ro I em to expect refined
dancing when'tho music lacks all re
finement, for, uftor nil, what lit dnnc
Jug hut nn Interpretation of mimic?
"Tho association him udoptod tho
following tempos, It being Impossible
tho masters sny, to reguluto fast
"Wnlli- 48 measures to minute,
f "Two-slop G4 mcnsuroH to minute
Ono-siop CC mcnsiircs to mlnuto.
'Fax Trot 40 measures to mlnuto
'"'Dnncors should liHsumo a light,
graceful position," sny tho mastou.
''There should bo no Jerky half-stem
forf.tbosa cause vundealrabla varld-
1 . I l ' -,,U l- "
tiff WHAT IS IT?
It is the best paying class of advertising in the world if you
M have something to sell that belongs among little ads that you find
; 7 in The Herald. , j
1 ' '
JUST TRY IT ONCE
If you have something in your attic, your basement; your
spare room, your barn, around you anywhere that you want to
sell, try The Herald classified ads and you will find a buyer.
' . IF YOU WANT SOMETHING '
Advertise for it, trying The Herald's classified ads. Some- . -
one has something for sale that you want. Let The Herald find
it for you.It costs youbut a few cents a, day. '
Classified ads costyyoUj6 cents a line a day five words tothe '
line, They must be paid for in advance and cannot be received v
over tfie telephone that is why they are so cheap. . '
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IMIAD INDIAN WOMAN
'iH rA.MKI) IN Tlllfli:
Whlto Cliida Chlllz, n well known
Indian woman at Klamath agency,
died In November and wuh burled
on Tliaiiksgl) li g day. Hha wiih at
most 8fi yoaiH of ago, and had great
Influence with tho Indians, largely
on account of her fame as an Indian
doctor iyid her extraordinary knowl
edge of old tlmo mytliH and legends
Kho ordinarily wiih gonurous and
loyal, but fierce and Implacable when
angry, and wiih feared by many of
tho niOHt HiiporstltloiiB of tho Indian
tlonsi I'urtnors should not dance
with cheeks close or touching nor
should tho clasp bo tight. 'Neck
IioIiIh' nro positively unpardonable
Tito gentleman' arm should encircle
his partner's waist, his hand resting
lightly Just above tho waist lino. Tho
lady's loft arm should not encircle
hor partner's shoulders or neck.
"Stops or movements that cannot
be controlled should not bo taught by
dancing teachers. Short sldo atops,
.first steps, first right, then left, when
done continuously, nro not ronducho
tr refined dunclng and should not bo
permitted. 'Shimmy dancing', a sbnk
lug or Jerking of the upper part of
tho body while tnklng short Btops or
standing still, should not bo tolerat
ed. "Tho propor dancing step should
bo tho snmo as a natural walking ono
o.vcopt In exhibition dancing, which
proportly belongs to tho stage, not
tho ballroom. Exceptionally long or
short steps nro not In good form.
"Dancing should bo from tho waist
down not from tho waist up. Copy
ing of tho oxtromes used on tho mod
em stage is In bad taste. Remember
that tho mnjorlty of dnneors desire
according to tho best accepted stand
ards, that Is, without tho sllghtoU
race of offense to dignity or decor-
Mrs. Trollcpo. tho novelist, novjer
attempted to write n book till after
sho was fifty. After sho hod failed in
her romantic project to rebuild tho
fallen fortunes of her household in
America, sho wroto a book on tbo
Americans. From this alio realized n
sum sufficient to lift hor household
from dlro distress. Sho continued
writing till pot hor seventy-fifth
' enr, and hnd nt that tlmo produced
In his postotflfo department uncle
Sam keeps no fe.wer than 250 women
nt wor.kd,BXnndlinilght pending rnall
sacks; , -.-, r , i
iiJi.t ei ; nf ""ri'jr'Vf nK7ii ,
, VANCOI'Vnit, IJ. C. Jan 21.- Of
ficial survey of tho activities of tho
returned servlco men who have (:il:
en up homesteads In Ilrltlsh Colum
bia dining the pust year, bus c lusod
provincial officials to pruJIct that
! tho various soldier coionkn establish
o-i In J 910 will bo noigeil Into ono
great colony, direct-1 by soldi';) s
who fought In the Orp. '. war.
S-iiTrsH of ISr I if Columbia's tiol
(i - colonies nm iittr.icted aticntli'ti
throughout the Ilrltlsh Empire. Tlio
only serious problem which has aris
en In tho piovlnco Is tho heavy In
flux of returned soldlors from other
provinces. It has been estimated that
several thousand returned veteran,
who enlisted In 'other parts of tho
Dominion, nro seeking to becomo re
sidents of Ilrltlsh Columbia.
Records of tho soldier settlement
Hoard jthow that more than 5,000
soldiers have decided to take up land
and that 2,500 nro actually on home
steads. Various soldier settlements
have sprung up, th'c leading ones be
ing at Camp Mervillo, on Vancouver
Island and Cnmp Lister, near Crcs
ton. About 10,000 acres near I'rlnce
George also Is to bo colorilzed.
In tho soldier Colonies, no ono but
servlco men and their families re
side All of the officers, even'reprc
scntatlvcs In the provincial parlia
ment arc men who fought. Some
weeks ngo German and Austrian col
onists mndo vigorous efforts to set
tle In a fruit region, adjacent to one
of tho smaller colonies. They were
"Informally deported" despite their
protests. Tho government did not
take nny action, as tho "deportation"
whllo rather vigorous, was bloodless.
A man prominent In tho Jewelry
trade In Now York city says a large
nuiribcr of society women are wear
ing Jewels which they believe to be
real, but which arc only clevor Imi
tations, originally bought or later
substituted by their husbands.
As labor-saving machines are al-'
most unknown in Korea, women's
vork Is .done by tho crudest and
hardest methods possible, from shell
ing rice with a heavy -wood or stone
pestle to washing clothes by beating
them In tho .streams and ironing
thm with sticks.
Pitcher Hod Eller's announcement
tiat ho hnd quit the game for good
must have made Manager Morn of
the Champion Reds sit up as qclcK
asnhatr i .i
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FOR EST R ESERVE
OdDEN, Utah, Jan. ?4. Idaho's
Thunder Mountain 'area, comprising
1,110,000 acres, lying approximately
100 miles northeast of liolee, the
capital, by act of Congress hns been
crcuted a national forest reserve.
For administrative purpgsea, which
will bo governed by tbo forestry
hcad'iunrters In Ogdcn, approximate
ly 000,000 acres will be udded from
the new reserve to tho Idaho national
forest, which bdrdors it on tho north
and west, and approximately 500,000-
acres will bo Joined to tho I'ayctto
forest on the west and south.
Tho Thunder Mountain area Is n
high, rough, mountain region, dis
sected by deep canyons. Tho ex-
ticmeri of elevation run from 3,000
to 9,400 feet. Of tho entire region
90 per cent consists of rocky peaks,
ridges and slopes, and approximately
80 per cent sustains a forest cover of
mature timber or reproduction. The
remaining 20 per cent Is barren rock,
Only about 10,500 acres of the"l,
110,000 aro privntely owned, leaving
a net area of approximately 1,100,
000 acres of public land.
Not to exceed 5,000 acres, or less
than one-half or one per cent of the
wnoie uisirici, according 10 surveys,
has soil or topography suitable for
agriculture. Practically the only
agricultural possibilities are in the
river bedsrlver beds and where allu
vial soils are found at comparatively
In 1902 the Thunder Mountain
nrea was tho scene of great mining
activity; and- thousands of miners and
prospectors located In tho north
western part. The mineral deposits,
however, did not prove to be largo
and, of high quality. In many, places
tho district is honfjycombe.l with
abandoned mine shafts, fc'lnce' the
collapso fot, the. minim; boom tho
population of the area has been
steadily decreasing and it Is estim
ated not more than 100 persons now
lle In the entire area,
elnoln hrdlu tool hrdlu taol shrd et
At present there are no habitated
settlements in the Thunder Mountain
district. The log buildings of the first
town, Thunder Mountain, are today
standing for the most part, but no
one has lived in them for years. Ed
wardsburg, another settlement dur
ing the boom days, Is lso abandoned.
The town of Roosevelt was establish
ed in 1901 on Monumental Creek. In
1907, however, a landslide dammed
the waters of the creek and now the
site is covered by a lake; Many of the
more substantial buildings of Roose
velt are now floating around in It.
The region contains fully three bil
lion feet of timber such as yellow
pine, douglas fir, englemann spruce
and lodgepole pins, it Is estimated.
The best ofthe commercial timber
lies in the northwestern portion of
the new reserve which is as yet quite
unaccessible. Lumbering Is an un
known industry despite the great
amount of timber. There has never
been any commercial mills but
there are a few, run-by the settlers
for their own use.
x It Is estimated lhat a fotal area of
300,000 acres of timber having a val
ue of at least $1,000,000 has been
destroyed by repeated forest fires.
The worst of these swept the district
last year. Tho forest service plans to
take flro prevention steps next year.
Tho region, according to local for
estry officials, Includes no natural
wonders, largo lakes or features of
special scenic Interests. Deer and
trout, however, are plentiful, and
there are said to be a few mountain
sheep and goats.
At present the roads are in bad
shape but tho forest service is to im
prove them and restore bridges, many
of 'Which have fallen down due to
years of neglect. It is estimated ap
proximately $400,000 will be needed
to open up the country to modern
travel. First improvement steps, ac
cording to present plans, will begin
in tho early spring. ,
Sheep to the number of 300,000
head, have been grazed on the area
without restriction during recent
years buf yixb forest servlco plans, to
decrease this number to about 130,-
000 as ,they beliove tho land over-l
Mrs1, Jean Hr 'Norrls, 'recently ap
pointed 'a city magistrate In New
York', will receive' a 'salary of eight
thousand "dollars a year, or one thous
and ciojllfrs more than the salary paid
a 'United States circuit court Judge. '
Following years of agitation, the
general faculty of the Unlverslt,y'pf
.Virgin has finally decided recom
mend tna' all "departments of the Uni
versity be'opened to women students.
Marble & Granite Works
10IO MAIN ST.
1V Main (it. j
O. K. Lunch
Formerly at 45 Main St.
Homc-Mado Piea and Cakes.
.Cold Meats A Lunch Good.
Ice Cream and Fruits.
We handle the Harley-DavIdEon
Motorcycles and Bicycles Exclus
ively. Also buy, sell and exchange
all other Makes. Pennsylvania
and Diamond Tires and Tubes.
C. E. BISMAItK
115 8. Oth St. Klamath Falls
Wo onen store every Tuesday and
Friday from 10:60 a. m. to 4:00 p. m.
Many are the good things we can
show. A dollar saved Is a dollar earn
ed. In buying good thngs cheap as
you may learn, you will never be In
debt and have to skip It you buy your
goods from '
' LUCKY DICK & CO.
201 Klamath Ave. Corner of 6th St.
Let 'your Glass Troubles be My
Reglazlng done In any part
of the city
E. O. STUCKY.
Carpenter & Cabinetmaker
Phone 477W 1024 Main.
J. C. CLEGHORN
Civil Engineer and Surveyor
Office 617 Main St.
Phenes: Office 160, Res. 102J
,t ,. -. ..
O. K. FEED & SALE
Under new manage
ment Best care taken of all '
stock placed ih our
barn. Horses, harness
arid Vjargoris bought, ?
sold and exchanged.
Dr. E. G. "Wisecarver
Dr. P. M. Noel
Beventh and Main Streets
Hair Dressing, Shampooing,
Manicuring, Face Mnssago
Lee Apts., 5th and Walnut
Carpenter and Cabinet
106 Main Street Phone 457
Phone 176J 10 Main St.
Warren Hunt Hospital Pharmacy
Loom Is llldg., Klamath Fall
DIt. C. A. KAMJIO
L O. O. F. Dnlldlng
Now Open for
' Maternity Cases
Mrs. Rosa McDanJeU,
301 High St Phone 455
Office Phone 177W Ilea 177R
Dr. H. D. Lloyd Stewart
I'bjslclan and Burgeon
Klama'th Falls Oregon
DR. F. R. GODDARD
Osteopathic Physician and
Office and Residence
I. O. O. P" Temple
E. D. LAMB
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Rooms 4 and 5
17R Swnnson Dldg.
(Over Gun Store)
Physician and Surgeon
Office, White Bldg.
MEDICINE AND SURGERY
206 I. O. O. F. Bide
DR. G. A. MASSEY
SBccessbr j? Dr. Tnua
- ' emt aibe, i.jO. o. f. Bids
Res Plume MM
Phenes: 1S1J Office.
Office 420 Main
Residence lOOO Slain
SAW MILL ENGINEERING
Designers and builders of mod
ern Saw Mills, Planing MiUs, Box
Plants. Complete plants contract
ed. Appraisals and reports made.
Dredging. AVe contract to build
any cjass of a building and Install
machinery of any kind.
Drafting of any kind done. Blue
Prints made. PHONE 140J
Office In K. D. BuUdlng
We Do All Kinds of Spring Repair
ing New Ones Made to Order
Axle Straightening and
ALL WORK GUARANTEED,
Phone 250-Y 617 Klamath Ave.
I am now prepared to furnish
Shasta Sand from the Hoey, Cam.,
sand and gravel pit, in any quantity,
that may be desired by contractors
AL F. GRAHAM.
CITY AND COUNTV ABSTRACT
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ARTHUR R. WILSON