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THURSDAY, JANUARY ISO, tUSO
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
ft. J. MURRAY
i , FRKD HOULB
rj City Editor
Published dally except Sunday by
Tho Herald Publishing Company ot
Klamath Falls, nt 115 Fourth Street
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ath Falls, Ore,, Tor transmission uiru
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-.THURSDAY, JANUARY 20,
.SEATTLE, Wash. Jan. 20. Can
ada's federal government, In order to
keep the British Columbia shipbuild
ing Industry alive, has decided to
make loans to all yards needing as
sistance up to seventy five per cent
ot the cost ot the ships on tho ways,
according to reports received in ship
building circles here.
One Victoria, U. C. plant, operated
by the -Cholberg Company, will bo
200 L L GIRLS
Ml SSI flC. I U IS
LbS ANUULKS, Cnl., Jan. 29.-
Two hundred nnd twcnty-olght girls
disappeared In Los Aujfoles In 1010,
according to records of tho police do4
pnrlment, Just mndo public. Officers
bellovo eoiuo will bo found but that
tho majority novor will bo. Thh bu
llet has crystallised in nn effort (o
establish hero a Bureau ot Missing
Girls, with n number ot policewomen
detailed to do nothing but search tor
Leo. Mardon, police sorseant, who
prepared tho report, Bald nlnn out of
ten of tho missing girls wore of tho
"buttorfly" or "rnttlobrnlnod" typo,
'crasy for tho nttontlon ot mon."
Judgo Sidney Hoove, ot tho juyen
11q court, said many girls ran nwny
Trom homo because ot lack ot paren
tal control. Ho said:
"Tho modern home seems to bo lax
In tho control ot children. Tho good
old days when girls were nol allow
ed out without n chnporona seem to
bs gono. 'Parents ot today nro so c:i
grcssod In the rush of modern lite
they have not tho time nor t' o In
clination to prov'do the proper homo
e:".ertntnmcnt for their children. And
the itsult? They do not reinio their
rc'stako until a daughter disu'pcnrs.
pohaps never to be found."
Jtrgeant 'Mnrden added
' ho motion picture lure many
Utrls from hom. Tho Rlris1 seem to
i .true parental discipline- nnd long
1 WAKE UPJ
Gall'us uu. '
Le.fc.us wnteybu up
Before you burn lip.
Chilcote & Smith
633 Main PhdnevG6 't
SAI MRS 1'ROTKHT.
VANCOUVKU,, ll. C.-, un. 20.
Pallors from Australfa arriving in
Vuncouver nml-Son'tUof nro protesting
against the sharp differences In o
chhngo which hhs reducod tho pur
chasing valuo ot the British pound on
this sldo of tho world.
Information rocelvod In local mar-
ti c circles, Indicates that Australian
cash has boon tho basis ot pay on
which sailors woro signed lot' Sydney
fur tflps to SoatOoj San Francisco -and
Vnnco.ivor. Tho sailors figured "their
klG ounces.'' Tho rnto on 'storllng
hero has been $4.13 and It has boon
nhout $3.78 nt Seattle
nnn rit tho first nrlvnfn nnrnnrntinns
to recelTegovornment aid. The Chol-I " ... ,, ...
k-- , .., . i.,.it,i .. ,,.. -- The film to ks aro wo.-fcluj; with
berg yard plans to build four wood
en sailing schooners with money bor
rowed mainly from the government.
The 'goTernment will finance the
ships up to $175,000 per ship on tho
understanding that the company
famishes $75,000, Each vessel will
cost. about $250,000. -
) Willi SALVAGE TRUCKS.
tLONDON, Jan. 3. (By Mail).
Large inumbers of derelict army
tracks., now rusting where they were
abandoned in shell-swept areas in
France -.are to be "rescued" and
brought back to England by the Min
istry ot iTransport.
At Tadahalm, Sweden, is the larg
estjBaatch. factory In the world, with
a-capacitr-for. turning out more than
.million boxes- a day, .
us in prevenlng this evil and ni.iny a
dlracfor hns notified us of a runaway
ptrl. Somotlme3 wo get them before
it Is too late. Sometimes not "
Sorgoant Marden said many ot tho
girls were traced to Tijuana nnd MoX'
icall. Lower California border towns,
whore they wore in "whlto slavery,"
but few would return, because of
dread ot disgrace.
RIO DE JANEIRO, Jan. 1. (By
Mall). President Pcssoa dccnlred
that tho United States was Brazil's
best friend In a speech he delivered
the other day on board tho American
steamer, Epltacio Pessoa, which was
named In his honor.
Best yet. Herald "Want Ads.
Mary Miles Inter
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i You've never really been in LOVEif you Tiaven't seen :
Mary Miles Minter
ViJ "Anne of Green Gables ,J
: TKe character whom Mark Twain called "the most '
delightful child since the immortal Alice."
u At the LIBERTY Friday
IF YOU'RE WISE
You'll buy a homo now. Prlcos
will bo hlghor In tho spring.' Wo
have, soma good homes at' lowprlces
and easy terms. Hero aro some real
Two-room plastered houso near
box factories dt '$600.00, 'on i very
Four-room house near depot at
$1000.00, on easy terms.
Four-room houso on Llncojn near
Third at $1050, on' easy terms.
A dandy five-room modorn "plas
tered bungalow on tho Tenth (street
pavement nt the vory low prjco of
$2750.00. Hurry! -Hurry!
Brand new and strict? modern
six-room bungalow, with basement,
on pavement, at $4500.00. This
will please your wife, and It's a fine
Desirnbla lots are becoming scarce
It you want a good ono closo to
business, better buy It now.'' if
CHILCOTE & SMITH t
OJW Main . " " rhono efl
Klamath Lodge No,'! 117
l o. a j?.
Meets Friday night ot eadh week at
I. O. O. F. hall, 5th and Main 'streets,
Hyman Weschler, N. O.; W- C. W,els,
Secretary; W. D. Coter, Treasurer.
Ewauna Kncarapment No.'4i,'I.-0
O. F., meeU-Taeaday- aitftt 6l WMk
week at I. O. C-,F. hall. W. H. North,
C. P.; W. D. Corer, Scribe; Fred
GET SLOAN'S FOR .
YOUR PAIN RELIEF
Just one trial convinces .you Sloan,'
Llnlmcnt'hclps drive away '
WHY endure pain when youinvm
Sloan's iLinlment 'willrdleveilt
promptly? It couIdn'trcmaln,
the World's LinlmerJor 38.ycars,i It
wasn't highly beneficial in relieving
rheumatic aches, ti(I joints, 'tore
milsclcs, lumbago,- neurplgia, strains,
bruises, exposure tot weather results.
Penitrqtcs without tibbirii, leaving,
no stained skin, xloggcQfpoct.'tmisfl
ncss. 'A oain'and uchbTlinimcntthst
stands alonoiin doing, what it Is.mcant.
to do. Get a .bottle today ai
itliandy. All drugguts. -Thrfee1
3Sc.t 70c, 1.40.
PORTLAND, Jnn."ao. Krull grow
ors nnd cannery companies, that use
sunnllps of boxes In which to shin
es.at.oucovJn. order to'.insuro, having
amuchjvns tho warning, sountjod
a nWtlnk of id bot hiatiufneturors
rokdn.hVnsnlngiJnt tiduhoS Moii-
Owing joUhGinnusuall demand for
iiiiuuer ill una uiuu, ixiiiiviiiuii nuiii
tho oast.and owing to tho lack ot old
stock In tho yards, box, manutactuio
das' npl been glyoit tho attention usu
ally nccordod It by lumbor manufac
turers, i( was brought out, and much
small timber that hitherto has been
useful for U(tlo olso than box lumbor
has boon sold for tho building indus
try. In the faco ot Oils condition lum
bermen and box manufacturers ox
Press feir (hat1 Unless growers 'and
cannors ordor their boxes darly they
will' bo unahlo (o got' th6m dt tho end
of tho season, tho tlmbor having booh
sqld out to tho building Industry In
this sec(16n and' In tho east.
The, session was, tho first for tho
box mnniifactUf'orsAaVlhK'boin dull
ed by-George .M. Cornwall, editor of
tho "Tlmborman, Portland. The mltf
epacliy, for cutting up lumbor Into
box 'sjies along' ho Pacific coast Is
given at C.'oOO.'Obo'foet p6rday nnd
roarly, ovory'mlil pf largo size engag
ed In tho buslnoss had n roprcsentu
tlvo present. Mr. Cornwall called tho
neellng to .order, and Introduced K.
R. Young of Fresno, pal., manager of
tho lumbor, department of tho .Call
fjrnia Peach Growers' association of
C(il(tornla, who presided.
The mat tor of standardization of
bixcs was discussed at somo length,
but the only action taken was a res
olution urgjng that during tho pros
ontshortago It 'be left (o tho option ot
tha manufacturer whether one pr two
piece, ends, ono or two-ploco sides
rrtl tops bo provided, tor npplo boxes
and packing coses, for canned, goods.
The system In voguo In California
whnroby each box manufacturer Is
gi dqd by a uniform table In detor
mlnIngtho lumbor footage In boxes,
instead of each, man determining (hp
ftptago on his own basis, was dis
cussed, but no action was taken. A
mmlttce to consider .this matter
further was named consisting of J. P.
Keatlng.E. D, Ttowloy,and Oeorgq'M.
Cornwall of Portlapd, W. p.Qram.of
Raymond, C. M, Crcgo of Spokane
end George E. Chafee of 'Vancouver
B. C. f ..
DEAD COME BACK?
and a Notable Cast
Public and 'Press
MYSTERY, PRAMA OF
Also Fatty Arbwckle
VANCOUVER, n. C, Jan. 28.
Major D. A. Yarnold, o'f tho Royal
Flylng-'Corps 'who' was in Vancouver
rrtently. Is today1 enroute to 'England,
n obtain permission to attempt tq
fly across1 the- Pacific ocean. If tho
formal approval Is obtalnod, Major
Yarnold intends to 'proceed to Woy-
brldge to superintend the cnnstriicf-
'tlon of -tho hid'Jhine he hopes to pilot
from Brfn Francisco to Au.itralla.
Major Yarnold Is listed among tho
British acres. Tblr'ty-two Gorpian alr.-
. Janes, nnd. eight sausage ballons aro
ptfjclally recorded to his credit, nn
.wears., several decorations ana was
thrice wounil(?d In action.
ido nigni Detween pan D'rancispo
nnd Honolulu, Is tho most difficult
part pf tho Jaunt to Australia, In Ma
jor Ynrnbld's opinion. Tho. total dlsi
tunco s estimated at GC7.C mlleA,
From Sydney, Australia, to tho FIJI
Ttlnnds Is jtbout 1748 miles; .from
FiJJ to lJonpliiJU'iisj273G miles and
fiom Honolulu to San Francisco Is
2089 miles. '
A Japanese tailor 'holds his
with ,h8 toes.
January Specials at
The Sunset Grocery
t No. 2tf. Solid Pack Hifch-Gnulo Krnut, 2 cans 35c ..
tMr. Ol. Ci:,l -Donlr Ui'.r1..rSiMwLi TTrtrtunv nni' nnn 9i)r... '
No.l Solid Tuck AanliniKiis, can, 18c; 2 for... 35c ::
1 M m ..a -- rT Wl t
Higli-urado 'I'omato not bnuco, per can ty2c
1-lb. nkur. Foliror'B Ilitr h-Grado Junnn Tea, lb 48c
:: 4 pk'KS. 10c Star Naphtha Wasluntr Powder
Swift (Im'goj)aukagQ) Washing Powder." 25c
Good Petite Prunes, 2 lbs ....u i.:....w..t..2Sc ;;
No. 2ro Sliced Pineapple .'.:....;..?.i.,.:....40c
Order a box Of Bennett Sqodling Apples today,. :;
... KX.MW N. , . .
How about a gallon of Arkansas Silvertip Sor
ghum? Only a few gallons left.
Also have a big lino of other syrups Log Cabin,
t Wellman's Pure Maple Sap, Uncle John's, Silver
f , Thistle, My Wife, Tea Garden, J. R. G., Brer Rabbit,
and Karo. Give us your orders.
THE SUNSET GROCERY
, . ,THE NEW FAIRBANKS-MORSE BOSCH , ,
MAGNETO EQUIPPED ENGINE
! $ ' and the
' CARLSON PUMP JACKS AND WINDMILLS
IJOtfENZ PLUMBING SHOP
' l 123 Sixth Street
It will save you Time, Money, and Patience
PRICES GOING UP
It you oxpect to got ono or more
ot those nice lovol Mills Addition
lovol lots at low prices and easy
turms, bettor hustlo. Liberty honds
taken at par. Vory easy monthly
puymonts. A plensuro to show you.
Agonts for IM Ilia mid D.irrow
(UV1 Main l'lionu (1(1
Tho Franklin (la.) Indouondent
basobnll team elnlms to hiw: slgnndt
'"Mulo" Watson and Harry Pcnrro of
(ho Phillies, and Scott Pony of tho
r and Baggage
ANVVlli:itK IN THK CITY
Try 'etn. Morald Wint Ads.
Your 1920 Dollar is Stretched
To 1914 Purchasing Power
when you tell your grocer you
You get tho same good powder
that rises in the oven and
makes lighter, sweeter bakings.
You get convenience, for you may bake as soon '
as your dough is mixed or you may delay the
baking for hours. The .dough will rise to per
fectioa whenever placed in the oven.
You pay the pre-war price.,
25cfor 1 pound.
fjjl.OO for ,5 pounds.
CRESCENT MANUFACTURING COMPANY
THE VEt AGE POSTOFFICE
-PLAYED BY LOYAL BEREANS ARMENIAN BENEFIT
JANUARY 8 P. M. CHRISTIAN CHURCH ADMISSION 35c AND 25c
UpkoUtorinf, "Mattress .Renovating. Furniture Repairing of all kinds
CRATING AND PACKING
IF-IT CAN BE FIXED, WE WILL FIX IT