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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
r SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1020
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. SATURDAY NIGHT
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Disease! of Women a Specialty.
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PHILADELPHIA, 3an. 31. Many
chqnges In the city government
became effective with the Induction
inio office oC Mayor J. Hampton
Moory., -They were authorised, at the
last session of the legislature.
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Into the hapdH of t,wenty-one council
imn. fiminlviirl Inln nlnvln hfuftf . I
reach, -member being pafd $5,000 a' ,, , ,,,,, ; i
" L JL-f1 ' .'. i, . i ' wJ -., itbe new council Is William W. Roper,
year, This council takes the place. , .' .. i.
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i41olulngcoi,nbre than one salaried
ffloe "by one mun Is absolutely pro
hibited. ' '
All city employes are required to
eeafe political activity. They are
forbidden to solicit or pay political
assessments, voluntarily or Involun
The city has acquired the power
to do Its own paving, repairing and explorers, Berlrfg, Muller nnd 8kell
cleanlng of streets, collecting of kft nnd records from the govern
nshes, garbage, waste and rubbish, ment files at Potrograd.
if he's extra large. heavyfurred, cased
"Sluibert" Wants Oregon Furs
. ALL YOU CAN SH1F
And Will Pay Ticsjc Extremely High Price
GLT A S21PMEPJT Cl-F TODAY
milKRAthkbt I liIUI(GE I
iij fcmd, uui hico id 23,C3 1 22.C0 tj IS C3 1 15.C0 tc 12r0 1 10.C3 to 8i0 110X3 to 5 f 3
PpsorHMflfi 22CDlilgl5.00l3l0TCDlol0C3 E.COh 6.f0 8f0o in
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Win.cr f 6.C0IO 5.C0I 4.7510 3,i5 33 iO 2.73! 213 to U3 20 to i;o
Ml I roto 3.7SI 3:Qtn 2J5 1 2-r3t0 2.0) 1.7510 10 U5to 1.25
KtlinCAltRtEl NHIAnCE r?llltDIUM I miSHAll. ilGQOOUKFRIME
. HIWtQMtPtii ' Mr, tvmA$ fun to tvi"t tTai to ma0l a)ID 1 1 9 0 UlTt
Black 55.05 to 12.CJ II 1.00 fo 9X0 i 8.J3I8 E.(8 I 7.r0 lo 7X0 7.00 ta .3 50
Short 10.00 to 9.00 8X310 ViO 7i3to 0.75 CXOtO 5i0 6.03 to 3.00
Narrow 7.50 to 6.50 6.?3 to 5.15 5.CJtj 4.50 4.0 to 3.50 3i(Tt3, 1.50
Broad I 5.00 to 4.00 1 3.CQ to 33 1 2.75 tl 2.25 2.00 to 1J0 liOlo .75
These extremely hich prices are based en tha well-known "SHUBERT"
'.liberal grading and nre quoted for immediate shipment. No, 3, No. 4,
and otherwise inferior skins at highest market value. For" quotations on
other Oregon Furs, write for 'ffili aNpurrt Hlupr," the enly reliable
and accurate market report and price list of .its kind published.
Jt' FREE Write for it.
A, shipment to "SHUBERT" will
result In "more money" "quicker."
and disposing thereof. .TIiIh Ih not
compulsory, however, as It still may
1)0 done by contract.
Mayor Moore for years repre
sented a Philadelphia district In con
gress. Elected on a reform ticket,
ho has promised to revolutionize
methodh and do away with the old
"BnK-" Already ho has shaken up
lho .P1,cf onl 8ervetl n't'ce Pn
thtevei., peddlers of bablt-forming
"ruK"' wniaero, garaDiers, ana
,he nnderworld generally that they
mvtt et ut ! ihe cly- Protected
v'ce will not exist as long as he Is'
mayor of Philadelphia, he has de
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PrnmtliDnl In IVn muMliApaliln nf
.I..A.WWO o IIUVUIUU tVVIUHICtVHU
OLD AltrKIVKH FOUND,
SEATTLE, Wash.. Jan. 30. Pho
tographic reproductions of original
Rueflan manuscripts, nrchlves and
not ei regarding Alaska's early hla-
" tory have been obtained by the Un
! verslty of Washington library. The
reproductions are' of papers of the
rt- -.... .
llclvD'UM N!l SMALL
.AT THE CHURCHES
No change will lie made In (lilt
loluinn utile dm ropy in lit The
ritcnliiK Herald office by 0 o'clock
First Daptlst ChurcliHcorncr Wash
ington and Eighth.
tsunday school at 10 a, m., C. It.
I'roachJng at 11 a. in.
'ruor Hervice Wedut-suuy at 8 P. M.
ivery second and fourth Wednesday
ivenlng will be devoted to missionary
D. 7. P. U. Sunday evening at 8
p. m. A tordlal Invitation if extend
ed to all to attend these services.
Sacred Heart Cburcn, corner 8th
ind High streets. Itev. Hugh J. Mar
lt Mass at 8 o'clock
2nd .Mass at 10:30
Ktcnlng service, Hosary and Dene
llction at 7 o'clock.
First Presbyterian Church, Corner
iixia anu 1 1 ne bueuis. uev. E. r
-.nwrencu, Minister 437 Third 8t
'hone 429. .
Sermon 11 a. m. Subject "The
Kingdom of Heaven."
7.30 J), in. "The Unchanging Jes
Special mn.Mc at both services.
Sunday school at 10 n. m. We still
nivo room for more pupils altho the
Utendance harf gone up by leaps each
Sunday since moving into the new
churrh. The attendance at church
icrIce? h'aa almost doubled since
lenving the old church. We extend an
Invlt.-ltlon to anyone who has no
church home to worship with us.
Since Rev. M. C. Rossmnn' hw gone
to Gold Hill to preach, no services.
will be held. .
Sunday school at 10: IS a. m.
Sei vices and Sunday School next
Sunday at the uBual time.
All nre most heartily Invited to
worship with us.
Methodist Episcopal Church. Tenth,
md High, Rev. 8. J. Chaney.
jastor, 1117 East street. Phone 67W
Sunday Itucl lit lt'.0i A M around tne city.
yuWUKVrJWst M :wfb,ehn -
Sunday school 10 a, m. out of the rallVay station," said Gen-
Epworth league at 6:30 p. m. eral Galda, "we encountered lines of
Evening Church Service 7130 p. m Japanese troo'ps drawn Up -with bay-
toZ?uUCm g Wedn"day eTeD" onets' fixed. "We had to go hack.
.All are cortlla'lly Invited to ail the "'That' 'night' a' cOrdotf or Allied
ervfreVat the Methonlst Chnreb. 'troops', fwo battallrins ot Japanese.
vSiss!&iSSm ,b?tu,,r df Amrc,ans "a eTen
tT5.t'?-3P P-m. Mch,SJu-' lare ,crc ot Czechs. 'Vaa 'drawn
day??' , ''tV "4JhoOt the yards. Ttiey would not
''V ... . ' let 'bs through and we would n"t Are
Flrt Christian Churcjj, corner Iv, i .., ,h., ,fc, ...j v.,.
Ninth and Pine streets. C. F Trim- ' ,w tha.1 m'!h' end
ble. pastor. ., " x , Allied forces surrotfndlngJus.
Sunday Schobl. 10 A. M. "Guns from the hillsides -opened
Sermon 11 a. m. ' on us that nlrht and fttimlnn war.
i.nriBiian cnoeaior h:ju p. m
Prayer meeting Wednesda even
ing, 7:30 p .in.
Fmmnnuel Baptist Church, Eleventh
and High itrMta.
Sunday bchool 10 a. m.
Preaching at 11 a. m. by H. E.
Marshall, the eangelist. The Rev.
Mr. Marshall will hold evening meet-
te.thJ?tUBl' to "M P- mH
I'rayer meeting Wednesday, at tok heId that as ciech citizens Gen
7:30 p. in. eral Galda and his staff were not
Womnn's Home and Foreign 5Ils- amenable to Russian law. They es
da0"norfyeaPc0hCi?nLth.ee,S ""' death by promising the Kol-
Tou are invited to these services.
The Christian Science Society, of
Klamath Falls holds services at 113
Fourth street every Sunday morning
at 11 o'clock and every Wednesday
evening at 7:30. All are welcome-
The subject ot lesson for Sundny.
The' Sundny 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
O. A? C. ENROLLMENT .
REACHES HIGH MARK
OrtEGON AGRICULTURAL- COL
LEGE, Corvallis, Jap.' 31. College
enrollment has soared more than 1,
000 "per cent since tho school year
1900-1901, according to figures com
piled by H. M. fennant, registrar. At
tendance, In other words, has increas
ed from 436 to 4711. This Includes
boh short nirtl long coursei students.
With this rapid Influx has come the
necessity for a larger instructional
staff and tn top ot this costs of sup
plies have advanced materially. Class
room and laboratory facilities are
said to be entirely Inadequate.
IIIG RANK CLKAIUNGS
LONDON, Jan. 14? Bills, checks,
etc., paid at the Bankers' Clearing
house during 1919 aggregated 3,-
386,768,000, or 650,000,000 morel
tlinn in 1918
P. W. Matthews, of tho Bunker's'
Clearing house, In sending out these
figures attributes these enormous
pgures largely to tho hlh cost. of
raw material, tho Increased price of
production and tho consequent
larger demand for' hanking accom
modation. Activity on the stock ex
change was a factor.
Portugal is the most illiterate
country in Europe more than sixty
per cent of its population cannot
SHANGHAI, Dec. 16. (By Mall. J
Nearly all of the GOO revolutloiiark-it
trapped by the forces of the All
Russian government In the attempt
ed revolt at Vladivostok on Novem
ber 18 wore killed, according to
General Rudolph Oalda, the Czecho
slovak commander, who acted as
military leader of the Insurgents.
Xleneral Oalda came to Shanghai
after he and his forces were cap
tured when the rebellion, failed,
"Two hundred of the, rovplutlon
arles were killed In fighting," he
said. "Three hundred of them were
marched out like cattle nd shot.
No trials, .no hearing.. They were
driven before the firing squads."
General Galda said tho real lead
ers of the abortive revolution were
Ivan Alexanderovltch Tokussheff,
president of the Siberian Duma be
fore Admiral Kolchak was given the
title of supreme ruler, and ,Colonel
Arkndl Antpvich Kradovetckl, who
was vice-minister of, the constituent
assembly that was formed last year.
"I sympathized with them," con
tinued General 'Galda. "I promised!
them to take the position .of commander-in-chief
of the Russian army
If their efforts to overthrow the Kol
chak regime succeeded." Describing
the one day revolution and Its fail
ure, General Galda told how the re
irolutlonarles assembled in the rail-
'Uon at Vladlvpstok but were
"".-u upon oy iroops or tne aii-
I Russian government from the hills
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ships In the harbor began to drop
shells into the circle where' SOD ot
us were confined.
"It lasted all night. Two hundred
dead and mortally wounded lay
where they fell. The next morning
those ttho Were left were permitted
to surrender. They killed them all "
The Allied authorities at Vladivos-
cnuK commanaer at Vladivostok to
leave the country at once.
BUENOS AIRES,Jan. 30. Preval
ence of the foot and moth disease
among cattle herds in Argentina has
prompted the government to draw jup
a bill to offer prizes for any perbon
indenting a serum with which Cattle
can be successfully inoculated against
IN THE CIRCUIT COUT OF TJIE
STATE OF OREGON FOR KLAM
In tne Hatter tt Hip nptltlnn nf .tha
fioard of Directors of the Langeiri
vniiey irrigation District of Klam
ath County, Oregon, .pra)Ing that
all the proceedings of said Board
and of said District providing for
and authorizing the issue of the
Bonds of said District may be ex
amined.' approved and confirmed
by the Ceurt:
To the Larisell Valley Irrigation Dis
trict and to all freeholdeis, Legal
. voters and Assessment payers
wunin said uisirrci:
Notice is hereby given that the
above entitled court has fixed the
hour of 2 o'clock p. m. of Friday, the
27th day of February A. D. 1920,
and the Court Room ot the above
entitled court In the city of Klam
nth Falls, Oregon as the time and
place for. the hearing of the petition
of the Board of Directors of the Lan
gell Valley Irrigation District of
Klamath Coufttv, Oregon, praying
that all proceedings' of said Board
nnd of said Dfsttict piovldlng for and
authorizing tho issue of the Bonds of
said District may be examined, ap
proved nnd confirmed by the Court,
which petition has. neon filed with
the c,ork of the Clrcult Court ot Ul0
State'of'Orogon for Klamath County
Ahy person, interested may nt any
time befoio FrWuy. the 27th day of
February A, D. 1920 appear an con
test the validity ot such proceedings, I
or'or any or tne acts or tilings tnere
, Tills notice is published mirsuant
to an,,order made by the Honorable
D..V. Kuykendall. Judge of the Cir
cuit Court of the State of Oregon for
K)amath County made and entered
upon the 22nd day of January, A. D.
O. R. DELAP. Clerk Circuit Court
LLOYD R. DELAP, Deputy Clerk
of the Circuit Court of the. State
ot OroEon for Klamath County.
Marble & Granite Works
1010 MAIN ST.
Phone 040-J 1122 Main St.
O. K. Lunch
, AMD OONFEOTIONKBT
Formerly at 45 Main St.
Home-Made Plea and Cake.
Cold Meota Laneh Good.
Ice Cream ami PraiU.
Service Station '
We handle the Harley-Davldson
Motorcycles and Bicycles Exclns
lively. Also buy, sell and exchange
all other Makes. Pennsylvania
ana uiamona Tires ana TUDes.
C. K. BISMARK
IIS 8. Wh St. Klamath Fallal
We open store every. Tuesday and
Friday from 10:00 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 tbngs cheap as
you may learn, you will never be In
debt and have to skip If you buy your
LUCKY DICK & CO. '
201 Klamath Ave. Corner of Cth St
Let your Glaoa Troubles be -My
Beghulng dpse.lnj.aay part
of the city
Carpentar ft. .Cablnetaake
Phone 47 7W '' s 1024 Mala.
Civil E>eeer oad 8mey
Office' 617 Mala St.
Phenes: Offlce lio, Bee. 1R2J
O.K. FEED & SALE,
Under new manage
ment Best care taken of all
stock' placed in our
barn. Horses, harness
and wagons bought,
sold and exchanged.
Dr. E. .G. 'Wisecarver
Dr. P. M. Noel
Seventh and MoIb Streets
Hair Dressing, Slmmpoolng,
Manicuring, Face Massage
Lee Apts., 5th and Walnut
Carpenter and Cabinet
106 Wain Street Phone 457
For Your Favorite
Phone 176J 10 Main S,t.
Warren Hunt Hospital Pharmacy
Fourth and Pine Streets
Loom I lildg., Hlomntn Folia
DB. C. A. RAMBO
L O. O. F. Building
Now Open for
Mrs. Roaa McDanlelS,
301 High SL Phone 455
Offlce Phone 177W Res 177R
Dr. H. D. Lloyd Stewart
, Physician and Surgeon
Klamath Falls Oregon
DR. F. J. GODDARD
, Osteopathic Physician and
Office and Residence
I. O. O. F. Temple
E. D. LAMB
PHYSICIAN ANU SURGEON
. Rooms '4 and 5
17R Swnnsou Bldg.
(Over-Gun Store) t
Pliystciaa ,jo4 8rgo
Offfe. WMtt BWc
MK&l$raE f 4HD 817BGKET
DR. G. A. MASSEY
Successor to Dr. Trmat
Hlt.aOtr. L JO.. O. R.B14
Rett Phone 80M
Phenes: .151J Office!
. Offlce 420 Main
Residence 100D Main
SAW MILL ENGINEERING '
Designers and builders of mod
ern Saw Mills, Planing Mills, Box
Plants. Complete plants contract
ed. ' Appraisals and reports made.
Dredging. We contract to build
any class of a building and install
machinery of any kind.
Drafting of any kind done. Bine 1
, PHONE 140J
Offlce in K.
U .W.-T.,, .,,
We Do All Kinds of Spring Repair
ing New Ones Made to Order
Axle Straightening and
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Phone 250-T 617 Klamath Ave. 1
I am now prepared to furnish
Shasta Sand from the Hoey, Cam.,
jand and gravel pit, In any quantity
that may be desired by contractors
AL F. GRAHAM.
C1TV AND COUNTV, ABSTRACT
ARTHUR R. WILSON
In the Hospital