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TUESDAY, FliltlUUIlY .1, 1020
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
fE. 3. MURRAY
If i. Editor
." FRKD HOULE
, CUf Editor
Published dully except Sunday by
The Herald Publishing Company ot
Klamath Falls, M 116 Fourth Street.
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ath Falls, Ore.t for transmission thru
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Getting All Egg-Now
10 a Day"
TUESDAY, PKIIIIUARY :i, 11120
tucctvtu ..our More Hire"
Tcalc and started giving It to my
hens. 1 wasn't getting an egg, now
I am getting 10 a day." So writes
1 tars. Ernest Campbell, ot Mineral,
V. Any poultry raUor can easily
double his profits by doubling tha
egg. production ot his hens. Aasclon-
UQc tonic has been discovered that
revitalizes the flock and makes hens
work all the time. Tho tonic is
called "More Eggs." Give your hens
a few cents' worth of "Moro.Eggs
and you will bo amazed and do
lighted with results.
Now is the time to give "More
Eggs" to your hens, while prices are
high and profits big. Don't let your
hens loaf; make them lay. ."More
Eggs" Tonic has done this for 100,
000 chicken raisers all over the
country. It will do tho samo for you.
Mil)s In Western Oregon and West
ern Washington aro getting less than,
thirty per cent of their required num
ber of cars and railroad officials of
fer no hope of relict for the next sixty
day, according to the curront report
of the current report of tho West
Coast lumberman's association. As a
result the industry will continue Und-i
er a severe nanutcap, Doing lorceu to munsir writ poatcard or utter to e. j
- . I fttsufBr. th nAtiltrv nsnert. 11fi
resmci iu acceptances of new uusi- iid,:,-Kanaa citr. woT. and a.k for hie isldent
ness offered. Tho mills generally are
booked up with orders for many
llUEiNOS AIRES, Jan. 2,
Mall) Argoutlnn, hns been
scene ot numerous strikes In tho past
few months. In general these are
attributed to tho high cost nt living,
piutlculnlry prohibitive rents for
poor families. One economist de
clares that wages hero nro Oil per
cent higher thnn In England whllo
the cost ot living Is S3 percent
Twolvo thousand employes in vari
ous trades including shipyard work
ers nnd hnrhor workers hnvo beon on
strike in lluonos Aires. There have
"been predictions ot n general strike
In this cUy and tho police hnvo made
Preparations to deal with violence
It Is reported that 2fi motorcars'flt
ted for mnchlno guns hnvo beon or
dered from tho United Stntes.'
Some ot tho strikes hnvo beon at
tended by violence. Two workmen
shipyard workers wero murdered
General strikes hnvo taken plnco
In Mendoza and Cordova. In Men
doza, n city of G0.000 Inhabitants,
business was paralyzed for n weok
by a strlko which gr'w out of tho
dischargo of .sovernl school toachors
alleged to be nnnrchlstlc In their
teachings. It has beon chargod that
the pollco transported omo of tho
agitntora into an nrid nnd uninhabit
ed section of tho province nnd loft
them thero wtlhout food or shcltor.
This caused a flerco dobato in con
gress resulting In tho nppointmont
if uh t. try thi, treat pront m.k.r. I ot a congressional commltteo to In-
VHfiMlnfr. til tnmln.n ..I.... I ti
eufar. tha coultrr eXDert. lUatar -.- ..... ....... 0,,uliUU, x ru.
Jovial free package $1.00 offer. Xon't eend
Irlgoyon was criticized by
juirmoner. Mr. itetfer wm aend rou two bqciaiists and opponents of tho fili
al. OO Ufkirfi or "Mom Krfft" Vnii a I .w u.t
tlie poatman upon delivery onlr tl.00. tha ministration for rnfiianl in vn...r,..
weeks, and some of them for many, K"bSfni0VJ.n' VSPSliilS? gSZIttZ ! officials allece.i n hnv .. ,
months ahead, but their deliveries de- t1",1; Dk f ?"", city. Mo., cjaran. . .. .r,. . , , ,. V
' ft-Mviti, oiiiivu in ur-
ea If you are not absolutely eatlsfled, your
. .. " t tteea If you are not absolu
lieuu uilllit'lj J pun llliuru tar SU ) liy. f". ""' " raiurnca on requeau bo ,lnlin ,ll,.l lirnnn.
r, 7, . . . I S risk. Write today torttnla ape- , "O0n, a City Of 13b, 000 Was caused by
a wage dispute between a trnmwnv
PAnlfrrr Ilieav hvAnnjfhirA TaII i COlnnnnv nm) It rtmnlnvra Tic.... ..
..... - i.i . i.. . ivuiui uaucia aiitivnucic icii . - r' "lo' "'a
""," "'" uu,c -lu ,rcl' " "' " kn j-iin i, f..M V somo shooting and rioting. Tho gar
small percentage of all tho business , ontJerW Results of More EggS baB0 collector8 wont onK8trk ar
wx.'b wk, v.v;a',uu.vo iui itiu nucn.
T3llTWf Annltmin v nn..rl V. -. .. n
ufacturers -with orders, but the manu-,
ended January 21th, at 12S mills re
porting to the West Coast Lumber-'
I tout "lion Eur Tonic and found It
L Codtwod. I wu oolj ffrtUnf IS ei
! JCE. Uottoo, Kj.
oat. ud dow 1 am rtttln M
men's Association. whr SC.0Rr.414 . More EttM 1'ald the rmatr
- . I L X can't axprMi in word bow much I h bo
leet. L WMSud bj "Mors Eta" I bar paid mj dctKa.
1 AlA)iai )ha kllraBH (n tna ill aiu4 !). a
Tho Industry Is not producing at au i paw por tu duta. i u ih
'tiio refuse littered tho streets mak
ing tho city n fearsome plnco. Tlio
j strike ended when, tho tramway com
I pany made concessions.
Its normal capacity, as some mills are
forced 'to remain closed owing to
their Inability to ship. At the same
128 mills last week", the production
was 75C3a43 fe.'.ajjh'lch was 1'4,-317,157-ffeet;
or 1,5 per cent below
The same group of mills now have
an rfggrfgate of 12.C32 cars of unfill
ed rail orders on their books.
Cargo,, business, both domestic
and export is moving In fair volume,
domestic, shipments for the weok ag
gregating 8,15C,76C feet; and cargo
shipments 5,806,381 feet.
WANT STATE CONTROL
IXL kMMH trft.
fcX3.UCNA. MtBROO.V, Woodbury. Iron.
1200 Ktrra from SO nana
!e "Mere Ta" Toole did wondere for dm. X
kad SI hcoa wbaa I cot the toale and wai irttlng
are or atz eaxa a day. Aprfl let 1 had OTer 12t
aoa. 1 naiar aaw the eouaL
. - EDW. UKKKIB. PcnUac Klch.
1 - 160 ncna 1500 Zm
'TSS ,T.?.oiSr,tt?,,r.Srdt'nJ , "rltlah coal minora aro entering upon
LONDON, Jan. 9, (By Mall),
karo 180 White teahoraa and In exactly SI dan
I AT THE THEATERS
plenty of eaaa to aell when the price
,K. J. lUSBPESIt.
. Kanaaa City, Mo.
aeeDt vanp tjtmr R.nrf m.
the twe S1.O0 packarte ot Brera "Mare Kan"
far ahlch I acne to pay the paruaan II 00 whan he
brtiuri me tha two paciitM. You aane to reruod
ma II 00 If balk ot thaie pacaacw do Dot gim
Hilifartory la areo ay.
A glacial slidq had demolished
. their boat and they had started
across mountains and rivers on foot,
with their hpavy packs on their backs.
Their supply of provisions runs
low, they become weak and exhaust-! .a3a .?"'" buimib
. ...... ' licai air Baafar: 1 accep
u ana ai lengtn tne young chap
falls a v'jptlrn to tho scurry.
They Have no idea there is a hum
an beln within miles of them star-1
Vfltlnn nnrl fhnn n. nnAMt 1 ..-..!.'
they believe staro them In tho face.
The glr In despoation falls on her
knees and prays for Tielp'. ShYwjy, bo
fore her astonished eyes, a thin col
umn of almost transparent smoke
wends its way through tho tops of
the tall fir trees.
r. nation-wide campaign to ''educate"
tl'o public In the school of nationali
zation. They aro backed bv the ei
tiro trado union movemont. An at
tempt win bo made to show that
stato ownership and co-operatlvo
nianagomont of mines would benefit
j tho miner, tho conrumer and the pub-
This propaganda is to bo developed
with such intensity "as to force the
Government to give a definite "yes"
or "no" answer to the question Then
pi' will deponi ii;u the tenacity wlih
whk.Ii tho two tlJi."j s und by their
Vlil'Jz.l fJ.iJ.1.. .. J ' 'Jhr.s as to whether n general elec
tion will be fought out with nationali
sation as the Issue.
Asido from tho dispute between
railway men and tho go eminent ov
er wages, prospects of Industrial
peaco in Great 'Britain ary regarded
by the government and tho trado un
ionists as brighter than at any time
since the conclusion ot the war.
Government and labor leaders fore
cast a period of serenity and 'increas
ed production for which they hnvo
long pleaded as tho first essontial In
aot 1XS doten mo.
aula. u. ai. i'Axruit. narenj. alo.
ttOO Worth of Eire from 44 Hena
X Barer Bled "Ifore Ease" Tonle unta lait Dtrea-
a. ui.n . ju. mm uu. ..vw vaa.BB ana Hare
leold of er $200 00 worth of ten from fertyfouf
hena. "Mora Em" Teole did It-
La. O. moDE. starUnc, Kana. B. No. S. Box f.
IMS Em After 1 rackaaro
Xaat faU I hoocht a box of Tour "Hon Em
(Toolo and woold LLka to hare you know tha remit.
Erom January lit to July let my hens laid 13el
JO. A- E- WUTTK. Scrantoo, 1'a.
Send No Money
Don't aena any money; juat nil in
and mall coupon. You will be aent.
Immediately, two $1.00 packacee of
"MORB KOOS." Pay the poatman
upon dellrery only $1.00, tho extra
naekace belnr FKEE. Don't wait-
take advantage of thla free offer TO
DAY! Reap the BIO pronta "MORE!
EOOS" will make for you. Have
the man who lives In the rough cabin ' crooks.
from which tho smoke is ascending is
her own father, but such is the case,
There aro many surprises of this
sort all the way through tho thrilling
new picture, with a uniquo setting of
fascinating patural beauty, "The Girl
Alaska," which will bo shown nt tho
Liberty Theatre tonight.
George Walsh's' famous smiles will
be with us tomorrow when ho will ap
pear at tho Liberty Theatre in his
latest production. "Puttlne One I re-establishing tho country on a firm
Sovoral thousand moulders have
been on strlko for 13 weoks but It Ie
declared a large numbor of them
hnvo entorod other omploymerjt.
uvor," a comedy-drama said to be
Little does tho girl imagino that fH of mystery and thrllU and crafty
B man Who lives In tlio rnni.h rvol.l., ' prnnlrn '
Whllo George Wnlsh Is known for
his extraordinary athletic prowess
and hi3 dare-devil norvo In taking
chances before tho catnora, ho Is also
a superb comedy-actor, who knows
how to convulso an audlonco with
wholesome hearty laughter.
In "Putting One Over" ho portrays
tho rolo ot Jack Trevor, an uncon
scious tool of criminals who aro out
to get possession of an estate of lm
menso valuo. When ho discovers tho
conspiracy things begin to get terrib
ly unpleasant for tho crooks. Tho
story is said to bo decidedly original.
in Net? York City alone from kid
ney trouble last year. Don't allow
yourself to become a victim by
neglecting pains and aches. Guard
against tlds trouble by taking
Tit world' attandard romedy for kidney,
Uvt, bladder mnd uric acid troubles-.
Holland' national remedy since 1696.
AM drugfUts, three sizes. Guaranteed.
teak fotVeb kvaaaa Cold Modal on erery boa
. Ma. Xcept no latltatfeti
CHICAGO, Fob. 3. Tho nominat
ing committee of tho Associated Press
have nominated tho following for
election to tho board of directors ot
tho Associated Press at tho annual
meeting of tho members In New York
on April 20:
Frank II. Noyos, Washington Star,
W. L. McLean, Philadelphia Bulle
Adolph S. Ochs, Now York Times.
A. C. Weiss, Duluth Horald.
John It. Ilathom, Provldonco Jour
Tho commlttoo inado only one nom
ination for each vacancy.
SKATTl.N, Wash., Koh. 3. Uni
versity ot 'Washington students are
wondering If the Pnclda Const con
ference will survive rV , storm that
broke when Washington recently de
cided not to obey a now conference
ruling thnt all football gate receipts
should ho (divided oriunlly between
tho opposing teams.
In tho past tho homo schools hnvo
paid guaranteed !nmoun'ts to tho
visiting tenuis. Faculty members ot
tho conference schools, meeting horo
rwcontly, passed tho now "fifty-fifty"
rule, ns it Is culloil, over tho opposi
tion ot Washington and other Insti
tutions located In or uonr largo
Washington's gnulunto managor,
Darwin Molsnost, announced at the
meeting thnt his school Would not
obey tho rule, for by following It,
ho sntd, the big Institutions would
lose money to tho Institutions in tho
Arthur Priest, dean ot men at tho
University of Washington, who at
tended tho meeting, dbjectcd to tho
rulo on the ground thnt faculty
members n'tt'cndlng tho conference
meeting had no right to dictate In
llnanclnl matters between mombor
schools. , Schedules, eligibility rules
and stnndurds of play nlono cnu bo
decided by the faculty members, ha
As n result ot tho break, Wash
ington will not meet its old-tlmo
rlvnl, Washington Stato college, nt
football here next Thanksgiving tiny,
although tho two teams aro on the
coniorouco scuouuiu ror uiu gumu.
Washington offered W. S. C. $4,000
to como hero and play and promised
to play ou tho W. S. C. gfldtrou In
1921 for only $1,500.
W. S. C. hold to tho "flfty-ntty"
rulo, turned . down Washington's
offer, looked across tho Ttockles for
competition nnd scheduled a giime
ngulnst tho University ot Nobruskn
at Lincoln for Thanksgiving day.-
Wnslilngton now Is looking for nn
eastern Thanksgiving day opponont.
George Vurrioll, Spok'nno news
paper man nnd olllcial conference
roferco, bus promised n solution
the problem, according to word re
celvod hero. Varnoll contends that
a college should profit by a fortunuto
geographical location and tnko tho
major part of tho receipts. It the
visiting eleven Is of sulllcicnt cullhre
to swell th6 crowd above tho avorago
limits, tlieh an even split should bo
mado of tiro,, pro'flts. Tills schemo,
It Is said. Is used In the east.
The largest electric sign
In the world advertises
on Times Square, New York
City: it is T250 feet Ions. 70
feet liter). Made up of 17.286
The fountains play, the
trade mark changes, read
ing alternately WHlGLEy'S
and JUICY FRUIT, and the .
Spearmen "do a turn."
This sian Is seen nightly by about
500.000 people from all over tho world.
Jazzz ORIGINAL Jazzz
or , ;
ONE AD SELLS -
I'otor Ulam, Sr., of Iliddlo, Ore.,
sold his six purobrcd pigs through his
community newspnpor, tho Itlddlo
Entcprlso, beforo they wor6 ready
for dollvery. Ho put tho following
notlco In tho want ads to run till pigs
wore sold which proved to bo Just
once: "Six thorough-bred Duroc
.Tersoy pigs will bo for snlo about
January 1. Tnqulro of I'cter Ulam,
Sr." This is tho best known way to
Imarkot surplus High-class farm live
stock, as well as many other kind of
farm produce that ought to bo sold
in tlio growor'n community, says the
O. A. C, Press Diillotln. The rcllogo
Is conducting a campaign In favor of
wider use ot community nowspapor
for marketing, to cut down cost ot
sales and dollvery.
The Herald tells you today's new today not tomorrow.
Eugene Dyeing and
We have been in Continuous Operation 20 Tears J
IN DYEING & CLEANING
We Pay Parcel Post One Way
MST IIOI'K KNOOKI2U
OUT IIV SCIENTIST,
ST. LOUIS, Mo Fob. 3. Dr. liar
voy W. Wlloy, president of tho Unit
ed States Pharmacopocal convention
and formerly chief ot tho bureau of
chemistry, department of agriculture
whllo In St. Louis to attend a mooting
of tho board of trustees of tho phar
macopocal association, said th'at
whiskey and brandy have beon lelm-
Inated as medicines.
Dr. Wiley assorted that whiskey In
stead of being an offectlvo romody or
provcntlvo for Influenza, was a pdsl
tlvo poison In such casos.
'In only ono instance would I use
whiskey for an influenza case," said
ho; "that -would bo a caso whoro I
wished to liaston tho departure to
heaven of a patient.."
liKAVKHH FIlA CIKOVR
OHEAT PALLS, Mont., 'Feb. 3.
All but a few of tho shade trees at
Giant springs, noar here, In tho Mis
souri riv'or have beon felled by a col
ony of beavers, and have a dam near
by, aian springs is a favorite haunt
ot picnickers and tourists.
lVi:i.(l (.ent'N I.NI
Suits ? 1.00
font nnd l'ants 3. HO
Coat '. 2.00
Pants ' 1.50
Ovorcoata $3.00 mid up
C. MARX, Proprietor,
, Telephone 122
nVKINd Liulles' 1,1st
Suit 1 1.0(1
('out 3. fill
1'ortlers mid all heavy
gondii, per lb 75
1)1 esses 3.00 nnd up
245 NINTH AVE. E.
Upon the graves i.f tho dead in the
Turkish cemeteries llttlo vessols ot
wator aro placed for tho bonoflt'of
tho birds, and somo of tho marblo
tombs havo basins chiselled out for
tho samo purpbso, tho superstition
helng that birds carrj messages
ai out tho living In the dead.
"OUCH! THAT OLD
Juit tet out that bottle of
Sloan Liniment and
"knock It 'galley-west'!
WEREN'T ,prpared for that
quick switch in temperature,
, .. , w.ere yu.? .Le,t yu "M. re,
IMU of rheumatic twinges?
You should have had a bottle of
Sloan's Liniment handy i-i tht-would
have soon cased up the muscles, quieted
the jumpy, painful, affected part
ptWtyted mtbout rubbing, JtiringlnB
Helpful' in all attacks of lumbago,
sciatica, external r Borenes,tiiInew,
strains, aches, sprain. Get a bottle
at your druggistY 35c. 70c., $1.40.
No Matter How Much You Pay
You Cannot Buy Better
It's a pretty strong statement, but we arc willing to
prove it AJ1 we ask is that you thoroughly investi
gate our claims for the PAUL AUTOMATIC
WATER SYSTEMS and the UNIVERSAL FARM
No matter how small or how big an equipment you
may need, you cannot get greater value for your
Remember, we are always willing to figure with you
on the cost of installing a water system or light plant
without any obligation on your part whatever.
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