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BATURDAY, I'KltUUARY 14. 1920.
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Have Your Eyes
, There Is a. slow tint con
stant chango In every per
ron's vision. Glasses that
fitted you perfectly a row
years ago aro probably en
tirely unsulted to the needs
of your eyes today.
Every person who wears
glasses should have their
eyes examined at least every
Call and seo us and let
us find out whether you're
wearing the proper lenses.
It a change of lenses is
necessary, we'll furnish them
promptly and reasonably.
We guarantee a correct
fitting and absolute satis
faction in every case.
H. J. WINTERS
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, I iifti rtor., oju.i run. ii- .
I Wyoming's first special session of the Leda Harvey has tnkon u position
general assembly has Ju't closodn the olltco of Mrs. tj, It Hague,
after having ratified the federal i The Misses Margaret and Florence
suffrage amendment, passed a law Howling have gone to San Francisco
providing for the formation of trrl- to take commercial courses.
gallon districts, appropriated $10.- Charles Drew was In from his
'000 for relief of Wyoming veterans ranch yesterday on matters of busl-
of the war, and sending a memorial ness.
to congress condemning the. "dIU-' Mrs. (lortrudo Moore Is enjoying a
tory procedure" of the federal brief lslt from her brother A. L.
.bureaus of soldiers' compensation! Iludgdou of Koiiulam, Washington,
i and vocational training. i A. Thompson, federal appraiser
Tim o.wilnn w.n nnlnbln In Hint for the California Joint Stock Land I t
nearly every question which camo, bank, Is making a tour of tho county ! V
up was settled by a unanimous voto. viewing tho securities offered forjy
METHODIST CHURCH NOTICE
Those attending the Methodist
Sunday school may secure their Sun
day school papers by calling at the
church Sunday morning at ten
To Patrons of City Milk Depet:
To insure milk delivery it is re
quested that bottles be put out daily.
During the "flu" epidemic, we have
furnished more than 1000 extra
quarts of milk and the bottles are not
being returned. That we may be able
to furnish the demand for milk tor
every ones needs, we kindly ask that
those buying milk at stores, also our
delivery v customers to return bottles
City Milk Depot.
14-16 W. E. PERKINS.
Houston Amusements Today
STAR "Bill Henry," Chas. Ray.
SUNDAY-MONDAY, "The Unpardon
able Sin", Blanche Sweet.
TEMPLE "Louisiana", Vivian Mar
tin, SUNDAY-MONDAY ''Girl Woman",
, Gladys Leslie.
OPERA HOUSE! Dancing. McCor-
mlck's Jazzensation Orchestra of
Portland advi '
Total appropriations for the session
and relief of the soldiers wore
Compared with former sessions,
the closing night was a tame affair,
for Instead of hurling books, papers
etc., at each other during the wind-
up, the legislators were content to
discuss presidential possibilities and
other matters of a similar trend, and
all appeared to be anxious to leavo
for their homes.
Tho house concurred in the senate
amendment to the appropriation bill
whereby $10,000 was set aside for
disabled war veterans. It was
pointed out that many of the maim
ed warriors might die before any
federal aid was enacted for their
benefit. The funds are to be in con
trol of the governor and paid out by
him as dee mod best.
The new irrigation legislation Is
designed to prevent huge crop lossos
through drouths, and provides for a
system of reservoirs which will pro
vide water during dry seasons, those
benefited to pay in ratio to the bene
DISCOVERS NEW PISH
AT GREAT DEPTH,
PARIS. Jan. 22. (By Mail). The
Prince of Monoca has discovered a
new fish which lives at a depth of
20,000 feet under a pressure of 600
atmospheres. Although at such a
depth there Is practically no light,
the Grimaldichtys Profundlsslmus, as
this dweller of the depths has been
christened, he has rudimentary eyes.
The fish was brought up during one
of the Prince's oceanographlcal cru
ises off the Cape Verde Islands. Two
other species, not hitherto known
were caught in the same region at a
depth of over 15,000 feet.
ULAXCHE SWEET 5IAKES
HER SCREEN "RE-DEBUT'
The People'-s Popular Playhouse
"The Other Man's Wife"
One of the best pictures ever shown
in this city
in a Two-Reel Drama
, As a Comedy we present
' PATTY ARISUCKLE
"Fatty the Cop"
Come, bring the kiddies and
"The Unpardonable Sin," which is
to be shown at the Star Theatre Sun
day and Monday will be of interest
to local moving picture devotees for
a number of reasons. The picture Is a
screen adaptation of the Major Rup
ert Hughes' book, by the same name,
which has had such a tremendous
sale during the past two years, and
has stirred up merry controversies in
various parts of the country because
of its fearless handling of a timely
subject. The star of the photoplay
version is Blanche Sweet, who is mak
ing her re-debut" on the screen, af
ter having been in retirement for the
past couple of years. Miss Sweet will
be remembered for her splendid per
formances under the direction of
David Wark Griffith. The director of
"The Unpardonable Sin" is Marshall
Nellson, whose work with important
stars, like Mary Plckford and others,
has won him a place among the fore
most directors of his day. The pro
duction is one of the most elaborate
which has ever been given a screen
federal loans. !
Charles J. Clzek returned last
night from San Francisco, wbero hoj
went to purchase his spring stock fori
his tailoring establishment. Mr. Click 1
stated that It Is almost impossible to
secure goods and all goods nre being
sold by weight. Silks that were four
teen dollars per pound on Mr. Clicks
previous visit to the city a short time
ago are now eighteen dollars and it
la difficult to get them at any price.
He stated that he saw Albert and
Hugo Loewe white In San Francisco.
Within a few days all box patrons
of the postoftice wilt find In their
boxes a directory card which you are
requested to at once till out and re
turn to tho postmaster. This Is for
the purpose of rewriting our direc
tory. Your co-operation will greatly
assist In Its accuracy. Fill In the
names of all members of tho family
or firm who may be ontltled to tho
use of the box, even the children. No
postage is required to return tho
card, drop It in tho office or in any
street letter box. Pleaso do this at
once. Do not delay. It only takos a
W. A. DELZELL, Postmaster.
The dances at St. Cloud have beon
cancelled until health conditions im
prove. Commodore Nosier announced
THE PICK OP THE PICTURES"
H .W. POOLE, Owner. HARRY BOREL, Musical Director
"Cheyenne" Harry Carey
Stars in "MARKED MEN," from the story "The
"Three Godfathers," by Peter B. Kyne
Sunday and Monday
Not very deep Just fun
JTHE ETERNAL TRIANGLE"
A doggono good show this ono
Awl of coiii'oo Harold Lloyd, in "Heap Illjj Chief"
BUENOS AIRES Jan., 8. (By
Mail) American buyers are report
ed to be buying Argentine cattle hides
on contracts whjch would Include the
greater part of what are known as
''freezing house skins" up to the mid
dle of June, 1Q20. Tho American buy
ers, according to La Razon, are anti
cipating German purchases which
are expected to be facilitated by the
resumption of maritime traffic with
"At present," says La Razon, "the
demand for cattle hides Is very ac
greater part of Argentina's produc
tlon, but now cannot do this for the
reason that the tanning industry has
progressed very much In several
countries such as Spain, Sweden, Nor
way and Holland, and these countries
today are disputing the market. As
Germany Is commencing to operate
on a large scale In the International
hide market, the United States will
not find the same facilities that she
had in 191G-18 to impose her prices
on tho market.
"It is estimated that Argentina
next year, will be able to dispose of
more than 6,000,000 cattle hides."
"The little savings bank in tho homo
means more for the future of the children
of a family, almost, than all of the advice
in the world. It gives them the right start."
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A CON
SIGNMENT OF DOLLAR SAVINGS
BANKS COME AND GET YOURS.
Klamath State Bank
Tbe Daylight Bank
Corner Sixth and Main
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR SALE Six room modorn house.
Ono squaro from pavement. Will
accept car as, part payment. Balanco
Tonus. Phone 1C7. It
FOR SALE Dodge and Premier cars
C. A. Plath, Phono 2a 1. It
FOR RENT Furnished
man. 203 Main St.
FOR SALE Housohold goods. In
quire 320 or 326 10th St. 14-17
WANTED Experienced woman cook
uauts work In camp, ranch, or city.
call or address Mrs. Reed, 203 Main,1
also living rooms, light, heat, water,
fuel and uso of tolophono. 14-tf
NOT WATER BOOZE
FOR RENT Two-room apartment
for light housekeeping; nlso a gar
age. 1313 Main St. Phono 471. 14-tf
WANTED Janitor for West sldo
school; 8 room building; 275 pup
ils. Salary $'80 a month year round;
AUSTIN, Texas, Fob. 14 Whls
koy, undor tho now prohibition law,
Is classed as a drug, and R. H. Hoff
man, puro food and drug commis
sioner, has announced that ho Is "go
ing after" retail druggists who aro
watering their whlBkey. Tho law
roqulrcs that medicinal whiskey ho
44 to GO per cent ethyl alcohol, he
said, and druggists are now paying
1.70 a gallon, plus a $3 tax, for
whiskey and selling It for $2 a pint,
or $16 a gallon. Mr. Hoffman Is
of tho opinion that thoy mako
enough profit without adding water
to their stock.
GERMANS FROM INDIA.
LONDON, Jan. 23. (Ily Mall).
Tho repatriation of Germans frtiu
India Is steadily proceeding, and bo
foro long no Gorman will remain In
India oxcept thoso who for very apo
clnl reasons aro grantod exemptions
said Samuel Montagu, Secretary oC
State for India, replying to n question
In Parliament. Tho pruclso period
during which Gormans will not bo
nltnwod to ontor India has not boon
finally docldod, but It will not bo
toss than, throo years.
Betoro tho war Qprmnny was mak
ing strenuous offorts to capturo In
dian trade and did a largo business
through German agents statlonod la
A Herald Want Ail will sell it.
over the world. The United '
bought during the war the
BERKELEY, Cal., Feb. 14. A
grove of Sequoia redwoods, the
largest trees in the world, will be
planted here by tho Forestry club of
the University of California as a
memorial to those students who lost
their lives In the war.
Hereafter tho Herald will publish
tho mean -and maximum tempera
tures and precipitation record as tak
en by tho U. S. Reclamation service
station. Publication will cover the
day previous to the paper's Issue, up
to G o'clock of that day.
Mar. Min. clpltatlon
Feb. 1 4G 29
Feb. 2. 61 26
Feb. 3. 47 2G
Feb, 4 D4 20
Feb. G 6G 2G
Feb. C 62 30
Fob. 7 GO 2G
Fob. 8 40 19
Fob. 9 46 19
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Feb. 11 53 23
Feb. 12 64 20
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