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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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XV STAGED BV . T
Mr K T. Nojsim nd -son, who
luivo been Ws.tlt'R foi the past two
MerKa In IVrllnmlv letuuied hit
I Idling, i ,
NTS AN B
J F s, Stewart, of Poitlnntt Hrc
t tailored nt the W'Mlo Pellrtm.
Miss Donna Mack, whbMtns been
liumo on nccount of tho'lllnos of lior
i mother, returned this morning to
' Forest (liovo to resume hor duties at
' the high school thoro.
U V. Knhn nud wlto ot tho Kdgo-
wood ranch are In town for n few
M. Cooper and H. A. Deltstroni
1 ot tho Klamath Agency woro In town
13 est entity.
i J. T Hoovor Is In town from Moil
1 ot Point. :
. William Fordnoy, merchant nt I.or
lella was In town on business yestor-
I day. '
Mrs. Kfflo Oarcelon nnd daughter
left for a visit In San Francisco this
The "Loyal Boreans" of tho Chris
tian church intend putting on a play
entitled ''At tho Village Post Otflco"
next Friday evening in the church. A
email admission fee will be charged
and the proceeds used for the Armen
The Bpworth League ot the Metho
dist church have, a missionary topic
tomorrow evening and the loader In
the discussion is Mrs. Chas. Roberts.
Earl Carson Is the leader In tho
topic in the yourfg people's meeting
at the Christian church tomorrow
C. W. Warren and family are In
the city today from Dly.
Frank J. Sutherland and bride left
on the morning train Thursday for
a short honeymoon trip to San Fran
Cisco and Los Angeles, where they
have many friends and relatives.
CARD OF THANKS.
We wish to publicly express our
appreciation of the many kindnesses
extended to us and for the beautiful
florf 1 tributes submitted by our
many friends, and the schools, of
both Klamath Falls and Fort Riant-1
ath, in our great bereavement In
the loss of our Chlorene.
MR. & MRS. D. W. RYAN.
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t nereuiiec me nerum win puuuau
.the mean 4 and maximum tempera-
Just, arrived at the Rex Cafe, 'not
ttnttnn htlt thj, Panillnn' tfavllMln
style chicken "Tamales",
and be convinced.
-tares and precipitation record as tak
en by the U. S. Reclamation service
station. Publication will 'cover the
day, previous to the paper's Issue, up
to 75 o'clock ot that day.
-i Max. Min. Precipitation
Jan. 21. 40 24 trace
Jan. .22. 41 32 .17
Jan. 23. 41 28
fid mil sou
"i The dollar Is several sizes smaller, than It was a very few years
-ij. ago, and there is no sign of an early return to the old low level ot
prices. "Everything costs more.1' And so a manTs dependents
t would need more if he were not here. .Where would they get It?
There is one sure source Ufe Insurance, increased to meet the
changed condition. Not an expense, but AN ADDITION TO YOUR
2,. CASH ASSETS. And, fortunately, life insurance hasn't risen a
penny In price, It'ls cheaper than it was twenty years ago, and is
T better. .
5 Those Inheritance taxes! have you provided the cash with
which to pay them? Cash prevents forced sales of 'securities "and
real estate. Cash preserves estates from dlsruptlpnitaniUdestruc-;
X tion. -Men of means, everywhere, are, using life insurance to cover
jj. these estate taxes. Let us tell you about it.
2 SAVE MOIEY ,by insuring, or taking more insurance. And
S by all means learn abfiut our new policy and Its special protective
features protects jou and your family if you bet'omq disabled,
T and, in addition, p'rotects them if you go. ' Accidental,, death
a lruunui inn ainounc oi me insurance. T
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rnhlj ; J
"The Insurance Man!l
District Manager for
The Mutual Life Insurance Company of. New York
'Office over the First Stateaidavines Bank
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LONDON, Jan. 24. Sir H. Rider
Haggard, tho author, believes the
middle classes of England are on the
'road to ruin." This opinion ho ox
pressed In a letter to the generalise
cretary of the Middle -Classes union,
regretting that other work prevented
him from assuming the presidency of
a brancn or tne union.
"I sympathize fully with your
movement," he wrote. "The middle
J classes, bv which I take to mean all
beneath the rajik of peers whb db trot
actually earn tneir living uy me worn
of their bands are, without doubt on
the road to ruin. Owing principally,
or at any rate very largely to tne In
credible expense of rearing and1" edu
cating children tfielr birthrate-Is de
creasing in a most alarming fashion
and "probably is- nJkV ' exceeded by
their, doathrate.V i '
He deolared that ngainBt these
classes the profiteer Is given a free
hnnd'and that "under pretence of a
nebulous Anti-Dumping Bill, ' they
are now threatened with the loss of
Hhe blessings of free trade which
alone enables many with fixed, or
llwlndllng incomes, to- Hvo nt all."
Jie-saia mat oniy commnation to pro
'tect themselves and their Interests'
could soto them. ' ' .
"If 'the middle classes remain dis
united and In consequence are, bullied
and plundered to death, as happen
ed, to tho Curlales before" the fall of
'iho Roman 'Empire, I am suro that
4vith them will disappear the wealth
ana tho ancient greatness oi our
country," ho concluded.
Ni:V YORK, Jan. 24 - -Officials of
the International Association for Por-
Homil Identification hero, tut orgnnl
zatton having for Its object tlm "fin
ger printing" of tmiry nmn, wonvui
unil child In tho I'nlted States and
Canada, Itnvo started tin lunttliy Into
tho charge iniido bv Milton I'nrltoit, n
Los Angeles handwriting expert, that
finger prints can bu forged.
Cut Icon sitjs ho ''forged" Mio fin
got prints ot n "ouvlrtod murderer In
New Jorsuy In liiimnti blood on a lint
el or knife mnk ni t perr.ict thitmli
Impression ot a ma t 3,00u tulle a
wity. Experts, it li sn.'l, rronruncod It
perfect. So far ni 1 nown, the Callf
ornlan Is tho first matt to nnnounto
successful dupllc.itlon ot finger
prints, usod for tin ptst 1.000 years
as an Intalllblo mourn ot Identifica
tion. Forged finger priiln aro possible
but ineffective li Is mid by officials
ot tho International Association for
Personal Identification hore. "A
criminal," said tho socrotary of tho
association, "would not have one
chanco in a million ot success In fas
tening a crime upon an Innocent
person by means ot a forged finger
print. Our researches show that In
every case of a reproduced "print"
the lines are too palpably false to do
colvo a Bklllod eye. Thoy show uu
under a strong magnifying glass like
a rubber stamp or wood engraving
and not liko tho original finger linen
which, by roason of perspiration and
oil. are clear and sharply dotlnod.
"Handwriting experts may attempt
to discredit fingerprints .becnuso their
use dotracts from tholr buslnoM but
the fact remains that 'human seats',
as tho flngor prints nro called, are
an unfailing test so far as Identity Is
concerned. They have practlcnlly
superseded the Hertlllon system In
Now York State, but .until tho law Is
changed, tho Uortlllou must bo used
In tho penitentiaries. Whon tho lines
aro blurred, as often happens, n fin
ger print Is worthless but If they nro
clear It Is infallible evidence. It has
been shown that If tho finger ridges
Musical Study Club
of Klrttnnth Falls
The Ruth St. Denis
Cultured, Beautiful, Talented, American Girls
ELLIS RHODES, Dramatic Tenor
PAULINE LAWRENCE, Pianist
In a programme of
Nothing like it ever seen in Klamath Falls
HOUSTON OPERA HOUSE
Thursday Evening, January 29th, 8:30 P. M.
Sale of Single Admission Tickets now on at
Earl Shepherd Piano Co., Main St
Make reservations at once, as available seats
are going rapidly
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TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
Everybody should lenrn how to
swim at tho Hot Springs Hath House.
FOR RENT Rooms for ono or two
men. 203 Main St. 24
WANTED To hear from ownor of
good ranch for snlo. Stato cash
prlco, full particulars. I). F. Hush,
FOR SALE CO
were shaved off or sandpapered thoy
"It is popularly supposed that fin
gerprints usually are only shown In
blood. Tho fact Is that you leave a
finger print upon everything you
touch. It Is quite invislblo to the nak
ed eye. Tho expert, however, will
take a hit of powder a dark powder
on a light surface or a light powdor
on a dark surface and will quickly
'"devolop" the print. The powders
used are lampblack, graphito, clnne
bur, rod and mercurlous sulphldo and
"Naturo has carved on our fingers
theso 'seals' and they should bo put
to civilian as well as police, uso. Un
doubtedly thoy have been tho menns
of detecting thousands ot criminals.
Hundreds of Individuals who como to
New York and nro swallowed up In
this groat city, their bodies flnnlly
landing In tho morguo, might novor
bo buried In the pottor's flold If wo
had n National flngor print reglfll;Ty,
ot civilians." a hi
Tho Now York finger print organic
zntlpn officials say that dcsplto Mr,
Carlson's chargo, genuine flngor
prints nro an Invaluable aid to Identi
fy victims of train wrecks, or otbor
disasters and for nscortnlnlng the
I lontlfy of persons who havo torn
pcrarily "lost" thomsolvcs.
FOR SALE 0 H P Fairbanks &
Norse Oasollno englno or will trado
for smaller ono. V. H. Kltts. Dairy,
Oregon. . 24-29
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VALENTINEB Iloautlful assortment
of hnnd-decornted Valentino Orcot
Ings, with clever HontlmontB, for
folks big and llttlo. 5 to CO cents.
Ploneor Printing and Stationery
Company, 12G Main Strool tuoiiBion
Opera Houso Dlock).
HPRINO liAKK NHWH
Mr. und Mth. Wm Clioyno ontor
i.i'jietl nt a cil parly Tuesday even
ing T.'ioso present woro. Mr. nud
Mrs. Frank Stewart. Mr. nnd Mrs.
L'- A. Schrolnur, Mr. and Mm. Alot
Cleyno. Mr. nnd Mif Arthur Schteln
o', Mr. nnd Mrs. W. II. McPhorrln
nnd Mr Walter Hcwnrt
Mrs. Frank fltownrt and Mrs. K. A.
Srtl'relnor visited with Mijj. Chas.
JtiBt arrlvod at tho Rex Cnfo, not
Imitation but tho gonulno Moxlcan
Hvin chlckon "Tamales". Try ono
nnd be convinced.
Pelican Bay and Shipping
One or four
25c each additional
Rex Cafe. Phone 77
OM) TKKKH DYING.
RIVERSIDE, Cal., Jan. 24. Rlv
orisdo Is mourning tho Impending
death of tho city's most noted pat
riarchs, tho authentic fathors of Cali
fornia's navel orango Industry. ThofKvo
vene.rabIo pioneers nro tno two urig
innl orango trees brotigh to tho Un
ited Stntes from Ilrnzll 4C cars ngo.
From these progenitors, It Is said,
AT THE MONDALE.
Reel of WcNlent l'iin, with a
WCMern C-ottlMiy trjhiK IiIh luck
ns n New York Reporter
Henry II. Wnltlml In ono of Ills Hie
havo sprung nil tho navoi orango .Mutlnro i:eiy Siitiiriliii-Hiindny
trees In tho stnto. Coining Soon, "Trail of tho Octopus"
Tho trees, unablo-to withstand tho
ravages of tlmo nnd disease, nro fnst
dying. This year thoy had no fruit
And only n fow loaves. A movomdhl
has boon started to mnrk tho spots
whoro they stand with bronzo tnblcB.
Not every butlntts hit show
window. If you want to win mor
clients, use more printing end use
the kind of printing that faithfully
represent your buln policy.
You mvi mtiuy and make money
for your patron. Do the tame for
yourself by utlntf an economical
high grade paper 41 tmmermlll
Bend and good printing, both of
which we can give you.
If you want printing service and
economy give ue trial. .
Again wo are showing tho most
beautiful nnd oxcluslvo lino of Vnl
ontlne nnd Greeting Cards over
brought' to Klamath Falls. Ploneor
Printing and Stationery Company,
12C Main Stroet (Houston Opera
House Block). 24
UTAH HAS "OHi IIO6M". '
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah, Jan. 24.
Utah is experiencing what may bo
termed an "oil boom" and in various
parts of the state, especially the con
tral and southern sections, many
wells are being sunk. Several are re-
ported to have struck oil and in ono
case a gusher is reported to have
been brought in.
People who have visited the cen
tral and southern sections say oil
derricks are a familiar sight. Most
of the drilling is being done in Wash
ington county, near the Arizona line.
W. O. Smith Printing Co.
Phone OS 110 South Fourth St. I men's side of the building,
With Machiavellian Ingenuity Ross
Nlckerson, proprietor of the Rex Cafo
has panelled the entire walls ot the
Interior with handsome plate glass
mirrors, and now the ladles simply
cannot stay away. Jtutlco requires
the admission, however, that the
mirrors do not seem to have driven
away any male patrons from the
STAR ''liny Foot-Straw Foot"-v
Onirics Ray. Addod Vnudovlllo at
traction, Prlnco I.oo, Tho Talking
Tho gimlet scrow, which was tho.
Idea of a llttlo girl, brought millions TEMI'M' 'Cllrls" MnrguorltoClnrk,
of dollnrs to Its Inventor. Pictogrnph und Trnvologiio. ndv.
"TnE PICK OF THE PICTURES"
II AV. POOLE, Owner. HARRY IIOREL, Musical Director
The Last Performance of
Sunday and Monday
The Great Murder Mystery !
THE 13TH CHAIR"
A Pfrdng Story with a Strong Cast
Two Matinees Sunday, starting at 1 :30 and 3 :30 p.m.