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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 1020.
Saturday, March 20th
. VIOLET DAY
. . AT THE
White Pelican Millinery Shop
Every lady buying a hat on this day will be present
ed with a bunch of real fresh California Violets.
Just received a new lot of beautifully trimmed and
Novelty Hots for Knntcr
at .prices ranging from $3.50 to $15.00. No hut over
$15.00. You walk a block or two and it means five
to ten dollors saved for you.
White Pelican Millinery Shop
Mrs. Ted White, Proprietor
illl IRRIGATE ASK PROBE OF
. THREE MILLION GOVERNMENTS
: MONTANA ACRES WOOL PROFITS
It I cstlm-!
Wo handle tho Harloy-Davldson
Motorcycles and nrtyclca HxcIub
Ivoly. Also buy, sell and exchange
all other Makes. Pennsylvania
and Diamond Tires and Tubes.
C. K. BIBMARK
115 8. Oth St. Klamath Fallo
I IViN'OHTON, Mont. Miir 18 LONDON, Miir 18
In omIit to rctiiln, for Irrigating be- nti-il by fomu woolen
tween 1.000,000 mid .1.0(10,000 acres tho Hrltlfdi government
of bind In southeastern Montana, 000,000 from tbo sales of Austral-! We onon store every Tuesday and
water from tho Yellowstone Inko.inn wool last year and thus far In iFrlday from 10:00 a. m. to 4:00 p. m.
wlib h now finds its way eventually , 1920. Keplylng to charges that both!Mnnr ?ro ,t,ho Bood things wo can
... .. . . ,., .,.',. .. , , ,, v . . . , , show. A dollar saved Is a dollar earn-
li) 11115 Alltllllic iii'fiiii iy wily ui iji" ' whj ki'vui uijiujii. iiiiu iiiM j wi nniurt
Mississippi rlvnr and tbo tlulf of ' spinners had mndo excessive profits,
Mexico, .Montiina residents aro on-1 Sir Arthur Goldfinch, chairman of
gaged In an effort to prevent Its ill-1 the Wool Council of the Ministry of
version through the continental ill- j Munitions, told a representative of
vldo lo the Pacific, tho L'vunlng Standard that It was
An nttempt to divert tho waters of tiue tho government was reselling
oil. In buying good thngs cheap as
you may learn, you will never be In
debt and have to skip If you -buy your
I.UCKV DICK & CO.
201 Klamath Ave. Corner of Cth St
Loomls Bldg., Klainatli Falls
DR. C. A. RAMRO
. O. O. V. Building.
maflno and cross-breif wool from
.Australia nnd New Zealand at a price
"veiy much higher" tl.an the basic
PAST Al'TO TRUCKS
of ours aro at your sorvlco
to call for and mako de
liveries, near and far, of any
sln shipment, largo or (.mall.
No oxpres package, too big
or too little, for us to handlo.
Our trucks make good tlmo
nnd aro In charge of experi
enced, rellnblo men. Call
us up for any transfer Job.
the VullowHtoim Ink" to the Snako
river, tnklng t hem' through the. di
vide, which dturmfnii thn flow on
the i:r-ut watershed In llm Yellow-1 Pri"' l wlikh It was purchased.'
utoiin niitlnnnl park, was planned by 'It vpm "clearly understood.' he
Idaho liitorests after engineers hnd!d, "that when the wool was no
c nreiveil a daring project (o tunnel longer needed for military purposes);
the dlvldu,and curry the Yellowstone! " si mild bo sold at market rates
water from Its S.uou feet olevatlon nn(1 "'3 dominions chould receive,
into ShoHhono lako for irrigation 011" ,,n" f "if ProflU Australia 'and j
and then permit It to fol- s' "Wianu aro cicany onuueu to
The rlst In 'wool Is confined to
he moro expensive qualities merino
and fine cross-bred." Medium nnd low
cros-vbrcd wools 'are nhout tho same
prico as In 191(5, calculated in nrlt-
low thn natural courso through the
Snal'o rlvir and the Columbia to tho
Pu Ific. .
Montana residents now aro organ-1
ir.lng a gigantic Irrigation project)
K which u'nnlil tilnri. unlnr ml rilllltnnR
3 of acres In tbo f.00 ...lie valley of the,"'" currency, but calculated in Unlt-
i Yellowstone river . and control the''1 S"to; Dutch and Scandinavian
3 , . ., ,,.., .rrency tho prices for such classes
2 d' struct I ve siirlng floods of the area . ; ,, ,,
S ' ( of wool are cons'derably cheaper
4! ,, , . . ,, .. . Uhan thr were during tho war, and
i, 1 I Innilminrf i.rn fnr llin Vnntnnn -
Let your Glass Troubles be My
Rcglazing done In any part
of the city
E. O. 8TUCKT.
Carpenter & Cabinetmaker
Phono 477W 1024 Main.
. , , , . ..,.. , . almost, line same as tuey were six
4 i projects have been established at (
1 I ' vnnrn nbo.
"There hns been n great run on
) I . . ... . .thc llnvxi classes or wool, which are
Renters tho great plain which would n -,)CnB consumed oro rapIdI.
4lm Irrigated by the stored water. Ar- thJn U(ey afe Krown am a great
i , tides of Incorporation have been fll-,rl9n ln , ,vas na.ural anil alm os.
...... . ... '
nave sianeo a Inovtab . ... ,
rnninnlfrn (n rnlun XfiO OOO fnr nrn. ...
i " " " , lorxsiiire spinners say mat iney
luminary work reiiuircu ueioro mo
1 ten-ncro tract, heuvlly overgrazed, nslconstnictlon of a dam at tho point
Western Transfer Co.
Phone 187; Hex. Itfillt
j this city, where the Yellowstone riv
er comes out of the mountains and
enters tho great plain which would'
lUMM&AHAj.AAAj.nAAij.Aji.u.j..j.jLj.j.j.j. , . . , . . T c" ami mo directors
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much as 2T. tens of earth and rock
have freiiuently been washed down
WASHINGTON, 1). C, MAR. 1S. "f'"" " tttvt nilnuteH.of heavy rain
Karly spring gnulng on western Those am some of the things which
ranges bus so materially reduced tlio' follow In tbo wnko of loo enrly use
carrying capacity and forago ro-',f o rango pntl from ovorgrflzlng.
aourciis that thu Forest Service, ITnlt- j ''A grazing season that starts later
ml States,I)epartmn,t of Agriculture '" " spring, thus giving the forngp
lias found It necessary on many of 1'bints u chnnco to develop, and moro
the National Forests to shorton tho enroful management of tho range,
present grazing season from two to will do much toward botterlng nnd
four weeks. This cut will bu put Into oventually eliminating such condi
where the Vellowstono river leaves
the lake can bo undertaken.
Upsides constnrtlng a d.im at an
expendlturo of about $300,000, to
store n million acre-feot of flood wa
ters, the corporation .plans to ap
portion the water In tho Vcllowstono
river, organize. Irrigation districts
and construct canals which will Irrl
gato between 1,000,000 and 3,000,
00 acres of land ln ten Montana
NEW KLONDIKE IS
STAKED IN NORTH
0. S, CUSTOMS
effect this spring.
"It Is tho purpose of tho Forest
Service," states an official In charge
of grazing, "to place tbo live-stock In
dustry on tho Nnllonnl Forests on a
nubstantlnl, permanent basis. To do SEWAIM), Alaska, F"b. 17. (Hy
this It Is necessary to produco a max- MiMM. llonnrts of what Is said to
Imum cover of vegetation on -Jll be n rich gold htrlKe. both placer and
ranges. The first precaution Is to quartz, In tho Knntlshnn district,
avoid too early grazing. I'very stock- Northwest of Nomina, hnvo nvontiv
man Interested In ills business knows reached Sewnrd. Scores of "sour-1 SALT LAKI3 CITY, I'tah, Mar. IS
that forago plants con not bo grnzed dough's" havo been flocking from I x',,,n nml x.ovmln' comprising the
Din liiHliiMl llmv limrln In mIhiw nlinvn N'cnnnii nml Pnlrl.qnl.a ). tl, 'Vn... ! fcrtV-elghtll customs district. will
the ground. Such early spring use of Klondike", according to tho reports,
i no range not only ilorri-ihes tm, nnd miles of claims havo already
density nnd luxurlen of plant growthbeon staked.
out also reduces tho carrying cap''- Quartz volns In tbo dlBtrlct are re
clty and tlio fortuity of tho soil, nnd Ported to run from three feet to four
lf continued, ultimately results in teen feet high grado oro. containing
wnsto range. ,both sllovr and gold. Lack of trans-
'Stiullos carried on at tlio Oroat, Portntlon Is given na the reason for
llasln Kxperlmont .Stntlon In Utah, ''"'"J'0'1 dovolopment. as first claims
luivo nrovml tbnt whom nbints aro.wor" sinKOd in mo district In 1B0.
government i all way runs
70 miles of tho elgo of the
continually cut back or ciopped, tlio,
root svstcm loses Its vitality and,
the plan soon dies. On some of the!
National Forest ranges, which are'
grazed early and heavily, tho foragel For 8omo ,,mo Kln9, pavements
plants aro showing Blmllur signs of,,,nvo bw"n ,n " ln tho French city
Borlous danngo, and will rapidly go of l'ons. They aro constructed of
from bad to worse If romcdlal moas- Ceramo-crystal. ceramic stone, or de
ures nro not put In force. Tho olili vUrlfled glass, and nre laid In blocks
grasses, with tholr root systems 0,B,,t lnnheB squnro. Theso blocks
woakftned bv" roneated cronnlnc. nroiaro'so dosoly fitted together that
simply could not help making prof
Its. "A spinner has nothing to do In
these 'days but sit still," said one,
"nnd money rains in 1Ib lap."
A trade correspondent of tho
Times asserts that prices have been
rushed up by tho demand from the
continent. Tho bulk of the wool on
cloth and n lorge proportion of the
worsted. It Is stated, Is going to Ger
many thru the thiee Scandinavian
a 1- .
J. C. CLKGIIORN
Civil Engineer and Surveyor
Office 517 Main St.
Phenes: Office 100, Res. 102J
' PRIVATE HOSPITAL
Now Open for
Mrs. Rosa McDanlcla,
301 High St Phone 455
Office Phono 177W Res 17711
Dr. H. D. Lloyd Stewart
Pliysldnn nnd Surgeon
Klamath Falls Oregon
. DR. F. R. GODDARD '.
Osteopathic Physician and
. Office and Residence
I. O. O. F. Temple
nlmost exterminated nnd aro being
rcplncod by worthless weeds. ICroslon
ot tho soil has also started In many
places nnd throatoiiB Borlous damage,
Experiments huvct shown that off a
water ennnot pnss butwoon them.
If a man had spent onu dollar ev
ory minute of every hour, dny and
yoar since Jan. 1 A. D. 1, until to
day, ho would not yet havo spent n
billion dollars. '
Diamond CHICK FOOD
havo tho first womnn customs col-1
lector In tro United States if the
jSenafo ratifies tho recent president
Inl appointment of Mrs. Estello V
Coll'er, of Salt Uko City, to that
position. Sho Is' to succeed T. F.
Mrs. Collier Is tho present cbnlr
mnn of tho woman's state Demo
cratic committee and for many years
Ins been prominent In Utnh politics.
During the world war sho was an ac
tive worker and was a member of
the state council of dofonse nnd had
clmrgo of tho registration of the
women ivf tho stnto when tho govern
ment, through tho vnrlous state
councils of defense organizations,
endeavored to find out Just what the
women of the country could do to
help win tho war.
The post to which Mrs. Colllor
was nomlnnted by Prosldont Wilson
heretofore hns(pnld nn annual salary
of $2,r.00. It' Is believed by United
States Sonator William King, Domo
crit of Utnh, who advocated Mrs
Collier's nomination that there will
bo no contest whon tho sennto Is
asked for n confirmation of tho ap
pointment. Mrs. Collier will nssumo
lier now duties Immediately nftor
tho senato confirmation. Slio Is tho
wlfe'f R. K. In Colllor, prominent
Utnh business man.
SAVES LITTLE CHICKS and
helps them to fjrow into big, strong, healthy birds,
fl A denn, wholesome, nntural food no dust no waatc
Keeps tlio clucks healthy anil makes them grow fatt.
flJKg-Locitor our Name and TtadtMctk onEftiy Original Packot
OUR 1920 -CATALOGUE
Of "Diamond Quality" Poultry Supplies; listing
everything neccary for tho profituble production of poultry v
mailed fruo on request. Ak for Catalog No. K -
Day Kl1S1iSP ItawjM
OM IL&WWSo Poultry1
Chlcko KS411 n4EcBs
"BUCKEYE"'Incubators and COLONY Brooder Stoves
IjUgNOS XIHES, Fob. 21. (Dy
Mall.") Tho peoplopof Argontlnn llko
to tnko a cliaiico on a hotting propos
ition. This Is shown by tho fact that
lai)t, year thoy hot altogether ?17C,
000,000 on horso races, In lattery
tlck'otH, roulotto resorts or othor
niqans of gambling, says La Razon.
i Argentina's population Is about
S,000,000''sq that tho average gamb
llug by eCh 'person was $22 a year?
La Haxon gives theso figures ln urg
ing' that all gambling should bo un
der government supervision and that
the proceeds should bo placed for
WILL SEE PARK
SPOKAN1C, Wash., ar. 18.
Twice as many motorists as traveled
over tho National Itarks highway or
at loast 1,000 miles of its length
from Chicago to Crater Lake Nation
U Park, in Southern Oregon, last
season, are expected to make auto
mobllo trips over It during next sum
mer, said a statement today from
Frank W. Gullbert, executive secre
tary of the Nntionnl Parks Highway
Last year, the association estim
ated, 20,000 automobiles, with an
nvorage of ithreo persons to the ma
chine, traversed tho highway for at
least 1,000 miles. Plans for next
season contemplate a travel ot 40,
000 to GO, 000 machines, or about
Publicity plans of the association
for next season. Include tho employ
ment of n traveling secretary, to lec
ture In eastern communities; prep
aration of articles for magazines
and other publications requesting
them; circulation of descriptive
maps nnd booklets, and personal cor
respondence with prospective tour
ists. Some 10,000. inquiries already
Irrro been received by mail regard
ing tho highway, it is declared, and
hundreds more have mndo perosnal
Inquiry at 'tho offico of tho secretary
Marking of the highway, complet
ed throughout Its ontiro length ox
ccpt through Wisconsin, where the
stato has a system of highway mark
ing, nnd southward from Portland
has boon finished, and plans for tho
coming season contomplato marking
tho road from Portland south to Cm
tor Lnko National park and beyond.
O. K. FEED & SALE
Under new manage-
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 Main Streets
For Your Favorite
Phone 176J 10 Main St
i KLAMATH AUTO
We Do All Kinds of Spring Repair
ing New Ones Made to Order
Axle Straightening and
ALL WORK GUARANTEED i
Phone 250-X 017 Klamath Ave. ,
5? n I AMR ei
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Rooms 1 and S
MEDICINE AND SURGEBT
206 I. O. O. F. Bldg.
DR. a A. MASSEY
Successor to Dr. Trass
Salt 200, L O. O. F. Bldg
Office phone 8(11
Res Pbone 88M
Phenes: 1517 Office.
Office 420 Main
Residence 1000 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. Blue
Prints made. PHONE 140J
Office In K. D. Building
I am now prepared to furnish
Shasta Sand from the Hoey, Cam.,
sand and gravel pit, ln any quantity
that may be desired by contractor!
AL F. GRAHAM.
Tho Grcoks nnd Romans Imnglned
that n grave 'maiden called Clotho
spun from her distaff tho throad of
tho destiny ot man, nnd as sho span,
ono of hor slstors worked out with
tho thread all tho ovents which wore
In storo, and Atropos, tho othor sis
tor, cut tho thread at tho pari when
death was to occur,
Tho Maoris regard the owl as n
bird of ill-omon, supposed to foretell
death or disaster.
Phone 460 729 Main St.
Ice Cream Candies
Jack Monrow, Prop.
Cigars, Tobacco, Soft DrlnkJ
Peel and Billiards
Barber Shop ln oCnnectlon
Courtesy and Service".
ARTHUR R. WILSON
Let Your GLASS troubles
C. E. STUCKEY
Re-Glazing and Cabinet
Eleventh and Pine
Klamath Lodge No. 137
I. O. O. F. 5
Meets Friday night ot each week tt
I. O. O, F. hall, 5th and Main streets.
Hyman Weschlor, N. G.; W. C. Wells,
Secretary; W. D. Cofer, Treasurer.
E wanna Encampment No. 46, I. O
O. F., meets Tuesday night of eaclj
week nt 1. O. O. F. hall. W. H. North,
C. P.; W. D. Cofer, Scribe; Fred
Buesing, Treasurer. ,
Warren Hunt Hospital Pharmacy
Fourth and Pine Streets
In the Hospital