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4ATUKDAY, MARCH , 1MM.
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
U STUDY IWUH OF
i SJ. INDIANS ENGLISHWOMEN
.-,.. , M..i - J t 'Ale,
STOCKHOLM, Feb. 11. (By Mall)
Br. Gustnt Bollndcr, Swedish ox
fctercr, who some years ago
sado a notable Jonrney of ex--"oration
to Colombia and Venezu
ela, will start again shortly for these
eoanlrlos'to study.tho Indian tribe?
in liiclr northern territories. As bo-
Toro, Dr. Bollndcr will bo accom
yanled by Itfs Intrepid wire.
'? Daring their last trl they lived
,orA year wllh tho Indians on the
:terra Nevada do Sancta Martn.
Later ho produced facts said tor
rove thnt these Indians were closely
jreTated to the Incas.
?Trv Bollndcr told a. correspondent
et.tW Associated Press that the new-
New York., Mar. 6. Tho Silva
tion Army in tho British Isles, work-
NEW YOIIK, Mnr. . Copies of
tho official program of the Olympic
Ing in co-operation with tho govern-' names to bo slngod in Belgium ilur
inentt Is promoting emigration of op-' ing a period from April to October,
proximately 1.250,000 women In ex-' recently recoiled In this country, ills'
cers of tho mnlo population thoro, , loso arrangements for ono of the
Commissioner David fi5 Lamb, I.on- most ambitious international meets
don foreign secretary of "tho Army In tho history of tho athletic classic
on a mission to tho United, States) Close to thirty different branches of
lias announced here. ,, sp6rt competitions nro provided In-
"Splnsterhood or emigration Is tho eluding Individual and team contests
fate of these women, tho commit' r-pgrogatlng sovorol hundred events,
stoner assorted, adding: ; All tho famous competitions which
Wo offer no apology for . nctlve, havq made the Olympic, (fames' noted
piopaganda designed to procure a' In past revlvnls, Including tho Mara-
better distribution of .tho sexes, than race, Pentathlon and Docath
There aro n million and a quartor'lon nro continued and early advices
Jnoro ronton than mon In. tho Brit'sUi'iidlcato t larger and jnoro varied
tour-ot exploration would, be direct-jYsles today, and one of the biggest enfry (iy nation's than over boforo. -a
inalnly toward a study of tho jtifter tho war tasks assigned tho Sal- ( Elaborate distribution of prixos
tribes between tho Magdalene River Nation Army In Britain is to stimu- and trophies Is provided, heavy gold,
lato femalo emigration, ami direct it ; s'lvor and bronto Olympic medals
to those colonies In the British Km ! being, tW award to tho first threo
plro such as western Canada and competitors in nil of the track and
poitlons of Africa nnd "Australia 'certain other contests. In addition
where thoro are mo'romale than fo- there will bo special diplomas,' cups,
mnlo Inhabitants. The prospect of ' statues, bowls and oilier prizes' for
placing female domestics in tho, tho winners of tho more important
Y7..II...1 Clnlnn I. n irtt liABn mrAr. ' n-Anla lrt ff .line,. .'n. ilnnnMil
?,.. - , . . 1... .!. lt. 1 .!.,.
"The Salvation Army has des-'of .Euwcan countries for pnat
(Patched several shiploads of eml-i Alympfads and are in tho pos.ses.ilon
The Indian tribes living here nro. grants to Canada' already. Wo, help! of Individuals, or nations having
ol great Interest and among them I j them moke arrangements to leave won temporary" (Title to, tho prizes at
expect, to fino' traces of the old, tho old country, provide transports-1 Stockholm in 1912.
"'auffl LakeMaracatbo. These parts tit
the world, ho aaidwere wealthy and
'bad' a big population when the Span
tarda first-crossed over.. The, con
querors, however, soon laid')wwste to
tho country, and tbo Indians now are
found .only- in'tho Isolated mountains
and the: Jungles. Thoro nro as yet'
large,unknovn territories, especially
on the frontier between Colombia
and Venezuela. .
mountain, culture," said Dr. Bolln- tlon w"ien necessary, and through :
der. '"From the mountains here our world-wide organization see tc
whero tho folk of culture lived, the. it that tho emigrants are safely set
enlightenment of. tho so-called, gold- tied In tho now land,
ago was widely spread. The tribes' "Our records -show that of thr
were in possession. of so much gold 'girls who emigrated some years ngc
when discovered by the Spaniards ' to certain sections . where women
they- willingly exchanged tho precl-jwere in the minority 60 per cent
ous metal for objects of copper and; were married within three years of
Iron." ' . i their arrival. TI1I3 fact and the op-
jportunltlcs for work at goud wages
tin other lands are not without slg
itc-st jot Urrnlil Want Ad.
AT THE CHURCHES
' DUBLIN, Feb. 12. (By Mail). thoughtful and onterprlsing
Lady Arnott. Lady Redmond,. Lady '. in the British Isles.'
t. -- 1
Dockrell and ,Miss Palles have been
appointed as the first women niagisr
.trat'es tor County Dublin.
No changes will be made In this
column unites the copy is nt 'XIic
1- cuius Herald office by 3 o'clocl;
jniflcnnce to thq tons of thousands of Sacred Heart Churcn, cornor 8th
bARD OP THAXKS.
- We wjsh.to thank our friends for;
ttiA!r,flVninritfiv nnil Vianifttfnl flnw.
Wf)lirftlp tfl clr-lrnnaa nnrl .lanttt nt Said
jBr beloved brother-
1" MRS MARY A. DREW
:r MR. C F. FAITH
AIRS C. "WANDSTED
MR. AND MRS. B. S. QRIGSBY
Other after-th'e-war conditions Iq
tho British Isles Included the virtual
disappearance o'f the vagrant, and
the shortage 'of agricultural labor
Cue In part tq the wartime cultiva
tlonVof more iMjFn 2r000;()00 acrestot
grass land, .. yommissioncr
A Herald Want Ad will sell it
, BAIjE OF TIMIJKR
KLAJIATH IXDIAX KKSKRVATIOX
ind High streets. Rev. Hugh J, Mar
Children 's mass R o'clock.
Adults Mass 1030.
Evening pcrvlce, 7 o'clock.
Tho- Christian Science Society of
Klamath Falls holds services nt 113
Fourth -Biref-eveiiy Sunday mornlncJ
t .u- . .. . .-' . ." - . . fi"1
tuiiiu ai 11 o ciock anu every weanesuay
(evening at 7:30. All are welcome
Tho. success .or failure of ''idcai i The subject of lesson for Sunday,
option" in Scotland wlll'furnlsh aj Sunday school session Is from
"good indication" on the prospects '9.45 t0 lOMfrevery Sunday morning,
for prohibition In .the Jsles, he said.j -The free reading room ,and fre
adding that the "probabilities arc, lending library Is open from 2:30 to
that the public houses will go ln'4:R0 on Tuesdays, Thursdays and
First Baptist Churcn, corner Wash-
tnctnn nnil 1Tfvitli
striction on the sale of liquor- ln( .Sunday school, at 10 a. m., C. R.
public houses corresponding to the OeLap, superintendent.
American saloons and continuation' Preaching at 11 a. m. ""'
1ui1.1t.. t. mi. I Prayer service Wednesday at 8 P. M.
-tenaent. " "" -.. " 1 Bvery second and fourth Wednesday
Klamath 1 makes for temperance rather than 4VAie wlii h dvntrt o mi.innnr4
However" much they . work.
'.many parts, of Scotland.
,. . x .... , 1 .
in ureal uruain as a wnoie, noir-i
ever, the tendency Is toward a re-
Sealed bids In .duplicate, marked
AlllslriR "nirl ironi'V Tlmlwr Unit".
MVkA nr1rfrAf)H in Siinprlnfpnrlon-f Of
,-. - - - - -- - -;--,
'Klamath Indian School,
Agency; Oregon, wjll be received inn.- prohibition.
U twelve o'clock, noon, pacific time, . Enellsh 'brewers re tak
Wednesday, March U, 1920, for the', 7 ZVJ. . Dre,!e58 are ,al
3urcnase of timber on a tract. In
township 34 south., range 7 east qt
te:,-,VYlliamette jHeridian In-Klam
Starts The Day Right
' ,"' A cup of Folger's Golden Gate
:' A "brisk .wall
; :;'What jazz!
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HOT WATER FOR
ath Indian Reservation. iTiiur be
tween' the' J. J. Stelger Sale area and
Ing the prohibition threat .much
more seriously Jthan' they are willing
to admit, and are "spending'' large
sums in counter-propaganda'. They
tlM nn.rnUDit Knrlnr. PaV Sofa.r.iare ObVlOUSlV 'wOrWed'.-
jwi.". The i;fald bbR) incladea.j;1360 1 "Everybody Is waiting to analyze
apes unanotteJ.Iand.wJtbiaB eai thereshll's 6t natloh-lde prohibition
.tei'wWch contract- wHMeade-w!th 1n lne Vn,ted 8'
hoiSHperntendentand about i;800l . -"i- v
awesjof-allotted-landsiwithian sstlm- KNIGHTS OF'BATH
ARE TO INS
ated. .stand, pftbree million feet as
to which, separate approved con
tracts with the- Indian- -owners may
probably be made. More than ninety
per cent of the timber Is western
yellow pine and the remainder la
white fir, Donglas fir and BUgar
pine. Each bid must state the price,
per thousand feet Scribner Decimal
C. Log Scale that will be paid for'
timber cut and sealed., No bid of less
than three, dollars and fifty cents
,t$3.E0) per M. foot for yellow ,pino
andone dollar and fifty cents ($1.
50) for other species will be consid
ered. Each bid must be accompanied
by 'a certified check on .a solvent na
tional bank, payable to the Superin
tendent of the Klamath Indian
School, In the amount of one thous
and dollars ($1,000.00), The deposit
-will be returned If the bid is reject
ed but retained as liquidated dam
ages if the required contract and
bond are not executed and presented.
tor. approval witnm sixty days from
the acceptance ot a bid. The rlghtsto
reject any and all bids Is reserved.
Conies of the bldand contract forms
and other information may bo ob
tained from Superintendent Indian
School, Klamath Agency, Oregon,
: 'Washington, D. C, Cato Sells,
Commissioner of Indian Affairs.
2G 26 28 2 4 6 9 11
LONDON, Mar. 0. A solemn In
stallation of Knights Grand Cross of
the Order of the Bath will take place
with all' the historic ceremonies in
tho Henry- Vfl chapel 'of West-minister
Abbey during May says the
The Chapel holds 36 stalls and
the 'scene when the' King revived tho
ceremony seven years ago was one
of magnificent splendors surpassed
only by a coronation ceremony.
An outdoor procession from the
Princess Chamber In the House of
Lords, where the Knights and Com
panions put' on their crimson robes
and white plumes, to the Abbey, will
bo followed by a complete procession
al and a rendering of tho To Deum.
The solemn Bath Ceremonies in the
chapel Include tho redemption of
their swords by 'the Knights about
to be Installed; the actual Installa
tion by the Sovereign as Grand Mas
ter, and :the taking' 6f tho Solemn
Oath of the Ordor.'
fMH MALV STREET
Most Vp-lo-Date Billiard Parlor
-' " in'-tlie City
CIGARETTES nnd TOBACCOS
Courtmy nud Service OHr Motto
"DRYS HARD AT IT
IN LAND OF RYE.
EDINBURGH, Feb. 14, (By Mali)
Scotland's new local option Jaw
will come Into effect on June I, and
the prohibitionists aro projecting a
lively campaign throughout the coun
try" to persuade the people to vote
their districts "dry" at tho next 'elec
tion, Tho prohibitionists express the
hope that if Scotland can be mado
dry under this law, England and
Wales may demand similar legisla
B. Y. P. TJ. Sunday evening at
p. m. A cordial Invitation Is extend
ed to all to attend these service.
First Presbyterian Church, corner
Sixth and fine,-streets: Rev. Ei P.
Lawrence, minister, 437 Third street.
"Sunday school 10 a. m.
Christian' Endeavor service at
6:30 p. m.
There .will be no preaching service
in the evening.
Methodist Episcopal Church, Tenth
and High, Rev. 8. J. Chaney,
pastor, ,1117 Ea street. Phone 07W
Sunday -li-icl at H'.Oft A M.
Mornlng'Worshlp at 11,00 A. M
Fpworth League at G:3(Tp, m.
Prayer meeting Wednesday oven-
ing at 7:30 p. in.
All are pordially invited to all the
services at the Methodist' Church.
The young people can do no better
than spend an hour with the League
from ti:30 to 7:30 n. m. each Sun
First .Christian Church, corner
Ninth and. Pine streets. G. F. Trim
ble, ' pastor,
Sunday School, 10 A. M.
Sermon 11 a. m.
Christian Endeavor 6:30 p. m.
Prayer meeting Wednesday even
ing, 7:30 p. m.
Emmanuol BantUt Church. Eleventh
and High streets.
sunuay scnooi iu a. m.
No preaching service until further
Tells why everyone should drink.
hot -water with phosphate
in it before breakfast
Headaches are causod by auto-intoxication
-which means self-poison-
is;VuckedUntoWtheJ Wood S3toPWr "h,ch httd conc,udsd a?
the heart which pumps the blood so
fast that it: congests-. Jn the, smaller
arteries and veins .of, the head, pro
ducing violent, throbbing pain and
distress, called headache. You be
come nervous,, despondent, sick, fev
erish and miserable, your meals sour
and almost nauseate you. Then you
resort to acetanilld, aspirin or the
bromides, which temporarily relieve
but do' not rid tho blood of these Ir
A kIusb of hot water with a tea-
spoonful of llmestono phosphate in
it, drank before bicakfnst will not
only wash these poisons from your
system and euro you of headache,
but .will cleanse, purify and freshen
tho alimentary canal.
Ask your1 pharmacist for a quarter
pound of llmestono phosphate.- It is
inexpensive, harmless as sugar.
'If you aren't feeling your best, If
tonguo Is coatod or you wake up
with bad taste, foul breath or have
colds, Indigestion, biliousness, .con
stipation or sour, acid stomach, be
gin the phosphnted hot water' cure
to rid yoursystep of toxins and pois
GOES ON ERRAND.
RIO DE JANEIRO, Jan. 27. (By
Mall). Tho fourteen dally newspap
ers of this city which on January 1
doubled tho price of their papers-because
of tho increased cost of all
material, especially newsprint paper,
entering into their production, have
restored their old price of 100 rels
(about 2 1-2 cents) a copy, One
yantageous contract with 'a Scandin
avian firm for paper onnullbd Its
ngroemont with the other papers to
malntuln tho price at 200 rots.
In announcing their return to tho
old prica, tho newspapers stated that
100 rels did not covor oven tho cost,
of thd whlto paper.
1FTOU READ THIS so will thou
sands of others road your measago
If placod In these columns.
The nails on Invalids' hands arrow
considerably faster than ' osrtho
hands of 'a -person' in good health.
, ,,- ifiil (J .'Mfp-i-- ..,...
BERLIN, Feb. 13. (By Mail).
As Instancing tbo laxity with which
the Prussian state railways are now
administered the Tageblatt cites the
case of a "Bremen ongtheer who took
an Idle engine and rodo to a point
nearby to buy yeast for his wife and
to visit his aunt. Then he returned
the' engine to tho Bremen round
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