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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 9, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
MONDAY, FKDRVABT 9, 1MV
100 Per Cent Satisfaction and Efficiency our aim
Firit-ClrtsV Automobile Repairing Done on
V Phone 22M
LONDON, Jon. 23. (Hy Mnll).
England I npprohoniilvo lent tlio vo
cabularies of lior youth lioromo cor
rupted through Incursions of Ameri
J? Truns-Atlnnalc tnurlntn In England
not with IntoroHt tlm frequency with
SyTilch resort Ih nlndo to Yankno tnlk'
by British nong nnil plny-wrlters
Seeking to enliven tholr jiroductlaiiH.
Band u ud orchestras throuRhout tho
.country, whim flaying popular thus
lc play Amnrlrnn selections almost
c,cluMvol Anlerlcnn songs monopo
lize tint English; music-hall nnd miiHl
col comnily stage.
' It In tliu Hiib-tltto of the Amnrlcan
moving-picture film which, It In foar
itd, constitutes tliu moot nu-naclnfc
throat to vaunted EnglUh purity of
' "Tlm child at tho pictures Ih pick
ing up a now language from tlm
alungy Amnrlcan films," says a crttlc
Jn it contribution to thn London Dally
News headed "Tho Vulgar Tongue."
"I vlnltud' two plcturo theaters In-
day for thut express purpoHo of col-,
lecung smug purnscs ami in noticing
the effect of tho now language on tho
child im well uh on tho ndult. What
tho villain ald to tho hero whan tho
latter ntartod to nrguo with him was
'Cut out that dope', nnd a hum! rod
piping volroB repeated tho Injunction.
Tho comic man announced his mnr- mantled beciiiiHO of lnck of coal. A
tlagojto tho Hollo of Lumhcrtown byj viennii florist botiKht tho wonderful
aylnir, 'I'm hitched.' j collection of plnntsj
."Of courso, tho Amorlc'nn chlld'cpn
comprehend thono thlnirs much bot- Ar miuiiiwiHii!?
tor than tho llrltlnh child, who IhL a campaign to onllst sohool girls in
qulto mnfamlllar with such phrases. Mho droHHinnklni; trndn Is to be limit
lmnglrio avchild going homo to moth- j unrated by tho Cincinnati 'Dress
er and asking tho moaning of 'fly J makers' nHsoclntlon.
OciL It c
C?C7 B L Si
11 loa! cu lu "'" I w&vA ,ff' 'H a ' ?: - .
crease me goou, m i Wfc vkvv . ; , ,v w iv
wholesome flavor l .ffl V - yMf
of the Kentucky 1U Wmf
Burley tobacco. k JiS? OP-y
A, regular man's vSyBB-1
i4' smoke, and deli- ' IJw'SZK
.IU.UJ - tra
Ul& .' - l7,T,' , , .--7-- .
49 Main St.
coii'. Wo may admire tho terseness of
j tliu phrase 'Koignt it' but dowi tho
inili-tltlii 'Tliu Hiiii'h i;omu duffy' con
voy itnytlilni: to a theater full or
"In miothur plcturo a iiiim traffick
ing socrotly with Indians, exchanging
bottlQH of 'flro water' for boavor
flkltIM wiih nub-tltlcd 'Tho Ilootk'C
Aro joii enumerated?
LONDON, Jan. 22. (lly Mnll).
Tho need for government protection
of leading llrltlnh koy ImliiHtrlon wiih
emphasized by Hiivural exports at a
meeting of tliu Society of Chemical
Ono speaker who had visited thn
(lormim chumlcal workH of tho Rhine
Valluy, doscilhod tbom an "una hugo
and highly efficient orgnnlritlnu torn
pnrnrlly paralyzed hut rnpabl j of sup
plying 80 percent of tho world'H
needs of dyes, with tho necessary raw
mntnrlalH and labor."
II Ih point wiih Hint with hiicIi nn or
ganization In (ixlstchco Iminnliiun
Mops nhould bo taken by tho 'trlilph
government to ensure Home form of
-protection to llrltlsh Industries
An ou eniimerntcil?
VIKNNA, Jan. 18. (lly Mail) Tlio
Trroat Rothschild conHiirvatorleH, fnni-
)Hh throughout Kuropo have been din
HAN I'ltANCIHCO, Fob. 9, Those
who may coino to Ban r'niuclMfo at
tliu tlmu of tho ilomiicriHir (.(inven
tion tlio hitter part of .Juno with tho
idea of oxpurloncinu n thrill by vlcll-
ylliiK tho 'llnrlmry Co.ml" will be ills-
' .Cj Many of tlio'iesorls, colohrnlod In
T ntory and vnrHO no tbo hcviiom of don-
I'oraio uiivoiuiiro, wnoru vnuuii iiuuiii-
liii; lioiiuo oporatorH commonly Known
uh "crlmpH", froely pllod thoir tr.ido
of nlniiii;liiillni: nallom for nncruim
Iouh noil raptaliiH, ato Pflrmnuciith
rlosod. OlborH hato but the nem? of
tbo pln(oa that onco flamed with col
or, music and rovolry.
Loiik boforo national prohibition
wiih fTonornlly coiiHldorod a pofulhlllty.
"llarbary CoiihI," u hpcIIoii of 1 nclflc
Btreet (ntcndlnK back from Iho hay
front, a half dozen blocks to whew
Chinatown touched tbo Italian dis
trict, had boon rendijrtfd Innocuous bv
tbo prohibition of tho salo of liquor
In tho lotiR row of dnnco hnlls 'hep'.
Tho main nrlury from this dlnlrlrt
to Market Stioot, San FnuiclKCo'n
principal tboroii;;hfari), Ih Koarioy
Htreet, whnro onco It Ih declared with
in an hour enough rccklesH HplrltH
could bo picked up to start, almost
any sort of deperntn enterprise. Now
Kearney Ih ono of tho (inlolcAt and
most ruspcrtiiblo biiHlneBs streolii.
Are joii eiiiimerntcil?
Host yot. Horald Want Ada.
KAcrs, M'Miinit noo
Tho estlmalod output
of motor trucks for
1U20 Is .12R.000. These
IruckH will solvo the
high iohI of living If
proper roadH aro con
Btructed oer which
can be shipped prod
ucts of the farm. Tho
permanent solution to ,
the problem Is to pao It
WAItltllN DUOS. CO.
All main KlamiUh ' Palls.
Crants Pass nnd' Ashland
strectH aro paved with "AVar-renlto-Hltullthlc,
al over 10
years In service.
I . t.
OR OF R
Jl'Alli:, Mux , Fob, 0 - Oenoral
Mniiuul M. DICKiniZ, fedornl coiuninn
ler of military operations In tho stnto
of Chihuahua nnd In tho Lugunu
(Torreon) dlHtrlct of C'oiihulla, with
a forro of from 20,000 to 25,000 men,
bfiH driven rtnnclsco Villa almost en
tirely out Of Cblhiinhiia and forced
him frequently to seek refuge In Coa
li ii i lit or Duraugo, nccqrdlng to n
fluimiinry of tho military Bltuatlon In
Chihuahua given to Tho Associated
Press by (lonoral .1. flonzalo IJscobarJ
commander of tho Juarez district.
-Villi now has no moro than 1C0
men, according to Oenoral Kscobar.
In every fnlr-slzcd town there Is n
garrison of from C00 to 1,000 feder
alw, besides, occasionally, n flying
column ready upon short notice to
pursue tbo rebels, according to tho
Mexican commander. There are 1.C00
fcoldlers In tliu Juarez 'district, of
which COO aro stationed in Juarez
Other garrisoned towns aro Chi
huahua City, Santa Itosalla, Jlmlnez,,
I'arral, Cluorroro, Villa Abumada,
Morletima, Oallegos, Laguna. Hor
caEltas, Ortiz, Conchoi, Camargo.Ca
sas Oraudes, and OJinnga.
In most of thnso places tho units
arid commanders are constantly shift
ing. For some tlmo past, however;
CJonoral Pablo Qulroga has acte'd for
fieneral DIezuez at Chihuahua City
and Oenoral Isldro Cardonn has been
In command at Ojlnagn. nnd Colonel
t.'duanlo V. Porcayo at Casas Oran
des. Other ''Jetes"jiro Oenoral Mig
uel Acogta, General Sllvina Oarrla.
and Onnernl Joaquin Amaro. In addi
tion to acting In tho placo of (Jeneral
D'eguez when the latter Is called a
wny from Chihuahua City. Oenernl
Qulrngo H'tliq commander of tluv
gariison at Camargo.
All theso troops are well equipped
and well provisioned, It Is saldWIth
tbo restoration of regular train ser
vice, the pacification of Chihuahua
has boon virtually accomplished, ac
cording to (jenornl'Kscobar.
Aie joii eiiiimerntcil?
LONDON, Jnn. 22. t(Dy Mail).
Sueral aotonautlc exhibitions and
Uii-Ing meets of noto nro being plann-
td for 1920. Among thorn aro tho
lying meeting 10 no neui !" - .
23 rtt JuVisy, ncqr Paris", tho Pan
American Acr6nnutlcal Congress at
lluvana. February 21 to March l.flnd
tho Uritlsh Aircraft Kxhibftion to bo
huldtat Olympia, in London, next
Are J on enumerated?
I.KSS MUXICAX OIL.
MDXICO CITY, Jun. 24. (Uy Mall)
Petroleum production In Mexico de
creased more than thirty poicent dur
ing tho Jaat two months of tha year
lUl'J, according to government stat
istics which assign tho closing of
many wells, especially by Araorlcans
objecting to logal restrictions, as tbo
tuuso., hlovou ol tlm wells wnicn nave
been closed wero opened dining the
early dajs of January.
Arc j on enumerated?
Tho criminal records show that
tho mos.1 cases of murder occur in
January, Juuu and August, and Jho
fowost in November, December and
Many thousands of popplo In Eng
land pay iv special tax each year for
tho privilege of displaying a crest
on their stationery and plato.
' TENTH ANNUAL
February 14, 1920
Ten good prizes for best
masks five prizes for
ladies, live prizes for
A" good time is, guaran
teed to .everybody.
, Music by Malin Orehes:
Proceeds go for the.
benefit of the Public
Library of Malin. ',
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
I FOIl HALI2- 8 tons Oat liny, C miles
from town on Spring Lake road.
Phone If. N Moo. C-12
KOIt BALK- -3 rows. 1 registered
Ilhonn Durham hull, 1 horse C,
M. Held. Merrill On!. C-ll
FOR RENT OR LEASE
OKKICK FOR flJJNT Main" street,
front room Swanson Ilulldlng. In
quire C2C Main St. 7-tl
FOR IIDNT -Nicely furnished room
furnaco beat uso of phone and
bath Phono 4 25. 7 tf
Thoso dcslrfng to learn Spanish
fiom u Spanish teacher cull phono
371. , 7-t4
CITY OAUI1AOE When you want
garbage rumovd call C2J.
Printing, Stationery and office
supplies. Pioneer Printing and Sta
tionery company. 12C Main St. 9-tf
PHONE PEYTON for wood. 187
Do.inurcHt, Don'lst, over Sugar
man's Store, Gth nnd Main, ?-tf
POUTKIt WANTED at Star Drug
Store. Call tonight after 7 o'clock.
WANTED I am desirous of hearing
from persons who, like myself,
would liko to learn the Spanish lang
uage. There is possibility of securing
instructions If a sufficient class can
lio organized. F. It. Soule, phono 88
or 99K; address 128 Second street.
WANTKD To boar from owner of
good ranch for sale. State cash
price, full particulars. D. F. Hush.
Minneapolis, Minn. (Sat.)
W. O. Smith Printing Co.
110 South Fourth St.
Ladies' & Men's
MADE TO OUDEK
BEST OF WORKMANSHIP
PERFECT PIT GUARANTEED
Trices are very reasonable
Vour Inspection invited ,
Cks. J. Cizek
AIH Mnln St.
NOTICE OF ESTRAV.
Olio hav coldinir woichiiiR about
thirteen hundred pounds, biaudcd E
with quaitqr circlo above, on left
stiflo, came to my place at Crystal
Oiegon hist summer. Tho animal Is
now qn my feel-jard. Tho owner may
havo tho buind hy identifying his
property, jiajlng for his keep ami ad
vertising. If tho animal Is not called for ho
will bo advertised and sold at auc
tion. 20-2-9 (Signed) D. O. I1ROWN.
jf FEINT S
I Checks that 1
I caxft he 'Ealsedll
MurPheys Feed & Seed Storfe
7 126 South Sixth St. Pr?n.l., .1 Phon, 7
WANTED Practical num dctlrar
UUKUKUJJIUU13 1I1UUU U1I1, u-iv-
WANTED At onio, a good girl t
assist at tho Marshall Hou&e. 4-tf
STENOOHAPHEll WANTI3D Ocod'
salary. Apply Ilenner & Chaataln,'
over Klamath Stato Dank Uldc.".
MONEY TO LOAN on old, a woll
as now buildings. If you wish to
buy or build a homo, compare, total1
amount of Interest on a straight loaa-
with our monthly payment plan.
Monthly payments requlral . par
off a Jl.000.00 loan In
3 years J 3 2 26 pr mcrk;
4 years 2C.3Q per month
5 years ...... . .. 2.2t po month.
C years .. . 18,52 par montkt
7 years ............ 16. CO per month'
8 years 15.17 per montUv
Other amounts In the eamo propor
tion. The unpaid lmlnnco of principal may
be paid nt any time.
Pacific ltulldlng & Lon Af'a'
3. II. DItlSCOLL, Agent.
MADAM IOINA, Palmist-
' I '
World's Greatest Flircnologlft,
Palmist and Medium.
Reads your entire life pat,
present and future correctly, glT
Ing names, dates and figures in bus
iness, love, law, marriage and dom
estic troubles. Tells you wht yon
aro best adapted for and what to do
to better your conditions in lit.
This lady reads your hand as yoa
would an open book. A reading by
her will meet your highest expecta
tions, and you will be wiser ana)
happier, after consulting her, aba
having the gift of removing all evil
Influences and placing you la aaj ea
vironment of happy thought and
contentment. Readings: Sunday aad
dally, 9 a. m. to 9:30 p. m. Locatad
at Room 1, Mooro Rooming House;
1313 Main St., between Broad and
Spring, Streets, one block east of
White Pelican Hotel, Klamath Falls;
Ore. Phone 471. 27-10 .
In the County Court of the" Stat of
Oregon for Klamath County;
In the matter of the Estate of Andy
To the Unknown Heirs of Andy
You nnd each of you are- hereby
cited and required to appear in tha
above entitled Court on March 5,
1920, at the hour of 2;30 o'clock,
p. m., and then and there to show
cause. If any you have, why an order
should not be made authorizing Wal
ter E. Perkins, jadmlnlstrator of said -ostnto
to sell. at private sale, to tha
highest bidder for cash In hand, tha'
following real property belonging'to
said estate, to-wit: Lot Five (5) of
Block Seventeen (17) of North
Klamath Falls Addition to the City of
Klamath Falls, Oregon.
Witness the Honorable R. H. Bun
nell, Judge of the above entitled
Court, with the seal thereof affixed
this January 31st, 1920.
C. R. DE LAP, Clerk.
(Seal.) By Garrett K. Van Riper,
' . Depaty,
In the County Court of the Stats ef
Oregon, for Klamath .County.
In. tho Matter of tho Estate of Thom
as Drake, Deceased.
Notice of settlement of final ac
count and of hearing of petition toi
Notice is hereby given that tho1 hs
dersigned, as 'executrix of the estate
of Thomas Drake, deceased, has rend
ered and presented for settlement,
and filed in said court, her final ac
count of the administration of said
estate, and a petition for her dis
charge, and that the 23rd day sf
Fobrunry, 1920, at 10 o'clock a. m.
in tho court room of said court, at
tho court bouse, In Klamath Falls,
''lnmath County, Oregon, has been
fixed by said court as the time and
nlace for the' settlement of said ac
count and the hearing of said peti
tion for distribution nnd discharge,
at which time and place any person
Interested In said estate may appear
and file exrentions in writing to the
aid final nccount and contest the
i9iiie, nnd show cause. If any there
bo, .why a final distribution of said
estate should not ho ordered, and tha
executrix discharged. , j"
Dated this 23rd day of January,
RUTH DRAKE ).
; Fxocutrixot Bald Estate
..Fine and Exclusive Line for Big
and Little Folks. 5 to 50 cents, ,
PIONEER PRINTING AND
i 126 Main Street