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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
THUHSIUV, MARCH 18, 103.
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the other, that time
rriiefe ore lvo main reasons
Which certifies Guperfine value
icii3 tne same story.
Thus reputation and performance unifc in giving
you all you expect and more.
Yet Bruns wicks cost no more than likVtypc tires.
Many motorists would pay more readily, but the
Brunswick idea is to GIVE the utmost, rather than
to GET the utmost. And this has been true since 1845.
You can appreciate what Brunswick Standards mean
bytryinp: ONE Brunswick Tire. It will be a reve
lation. You'll agree that you could not buy a fetter,
jrcgardlcss of price,
!And, like other motorists, you'll decide to h'ave
ALL Brunswicks. Then you'll know supreme satis
faction from your tires longer life", minimum
trouble, lower cost.
THE BRUNSWICK-BALKE-COLLENDER CO.
Portland Headquarters: 46-48 Fifth Street
Sold On An Unlimited Mileage
H. S. WAKEFIELD
Fourth St. and Klamath Ave.
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KA.vK.is ti:.ciii:hs shout.
KMI'OUIA, Kas.. Mar. 17. Moro
tlimi 100 KmiHaK rui'nl schools lire
closed for lurk of tenchors mid moro
tlinn 1,000 Kiidriih louc.liorH liavn
iult their Jobs to .enter mom lucrn
tlvo work, according to a complin'
itlon miulo at tho KniiBus Statu Nor
mal school horo.
fi:U SfAIN STllKin?
Most Up-to-Dato llllllaril Parlor
lu (ho City
CIC3AHKTTKH imtl TOI1ACCOS
HOKT DRINKS '
CourU'N)' mill Service our Motto
PUT CREAM IN NOSE
AND STOP CATARRH
Tells now To Open Clogged Nosi
trlla and End Head-Colds.
You fool tlno In n row momontB.
Your cold In ltoad or catarrh will lio
Keno. Your cloggod nostrils will
open Tho air passages of your
Siond will cloar nnd you enn brentho
freely. No moro dullness, hoad
ncho; no hnwklng, snuffling, mucous
dlBchurgoa or dryness! no strug
gling for lirouth at night.
Toll your druggist you wnnt ft
smnll bottlo of Ely's Cronm Iliilm.
Apply a llttlo or this fragrant,
antiseptic, cronm In your nostrils,
lot It ponotrnto through ovory nlr
pussngo of tho head; sootho nnd
lionl tho swollen, Inllamod mucous
luombrnno. and rollof comes Instant
ly. . r
It Is -Just what ovory cold nnd
catarrh sufforor needs. Don't stay
stuffod-up and mlsorablo.
WASHINGTON, Mar. IS. Moro
forolgn governments nro roprcsonlod
b yombasslop nnd legations In Wash
ington than In any other capital In
tho world. In all 42 countries hnvo
accredited roprosontotlves bore. Ho
sldoa thoso tboro mro many unofficial
roprosontotlves of nationalities seek
ing recognition from tho Amorlcnn
government. Chief among thoso lnt
tor nro roprosontatlves of tho Irish,
Ukrainians, Armonlnns, Lithuanians
and Albanians. Only tho 'states of
Monaco and San Marino nppcar to
Albania, whoso status Is ono of tho
principal points of controversy In tho
Adriatic problom, has as Its "envoy"
C. A. Chukrozi, a grndunto ot Har
vard Unlvorslty, ono of tho first of
bis country ovor to nppcar In Ainor
Icn on a profpssod governmental
mission. Another of t'bo Balkan
statos, Montonogro, still maintains
Its legation desplto tho Incorporation
of Montonogro In tho SoA-Croat-
Slovono stnto and tho deposition of
former King Nicholas, whom tho le
gation ostensibly roprosentod. Bul
garia, a third Rnlknn stnto, occuplod
tho position, during tho war, of be
ing tho only country, mt war ngalnst
tho AHIos, and yot roprcsontod horo
by n legation, Diplomatic rohUlons
botwoon tho United Statos and Bul
garia woro never sovorod.
Russia offlclolly Is ronrosnntmi hv
Boris Bakhmotoff. tho nmbassailor
sont to this country by Koronsky
shortly nftor tho ovortln-nw nt W
staff continue, to bo cnrrlod on tho
diplomatics list of tho Stnto Dopart
mont whllo that of Ludwlg O, A. K
Martens, Sovlot 'ambassador" nn
poars only on Jlsts In tho records of
tho Department of Justice
HAN KIIANCIHO. Mnrdi IK -Within
tho paHt nliin months tho
I tilted hiiiIch Hlilpplng H'vird has
put no:!, ski iliailWflKhl tons of shlp
liliu; In tho I'lirlflr, him nilalillsliPd
a ccilhIwIrk (mI((! of 10 vessels In
tho Knr Kant running from North
China to Calcutta, unil has arranged
lor Ihu addition of 1) big passongitr
llncrti to trntiR-l'iiclflc trndu, accord
ing to uiiiioiiiicciiiciit by tho board's
offices hero today.
Tho Far Eont coastwlso rervlco Is
iinliiio In that mmo of the vessult
touch at an American port and It In
im distinctively Far Kastorn as If It
woro operated by China, India or
Japan. The object of this norvlco In to
supply "feeders" for tho trans-l'nclf-l(
routes recently establlslied or add
ed to by tho Shipping Hoard in the
allocation of vessels to American
I'aclflc ports. Tho boats operate on
tho ronton lateral to the trans-oceanic
route, serving tho samo purpose
as railroad short Unci connecting
with overland business. Tho boats
average 4,000 deadweight tons and
are proving a big factor In opening
up the vast resources of North China,
Dm Shipping Hoard said.
An Important contemplated rout"
b that between I'ugot Hound points
mid Iluenos Aln-R by way of the
Straits of Magellan. It has been
found that this route is approximate
ly 1.000 miles shorter than tho Pan
ama ci n nl roiite. A boat n moith
will lio put on this route nnd tho
-rrvlco will be established within 00
days, tho Board snld. Tho route will
bo n now ono for American trade In
every sense of the word.
New routes created or added to by
tho Shipping Hoard on tho I'aclflc
In the last nine months are:
San Francisco to Singapore, Coy
Ion, Straits Settlements; Portland to
North China points; around tho
world, starting from San Francisco
nnd Japanese, Chinese nnd Indian
points, going through tho Suez can
al to European points and thonco to
tho Atlantic; Paget Sound points to
San Francisco, San Pedro and thr.i
tho Canal to European points; Pugot
Sound to Now Konlntrd nnd Austral
la. Thoso routes ba,vo meant the em
ployment of 25 Shipping Hoard
boats cloarlng out of San Francis
co, four out of Los Angeles, 23 out
of Seattlo and 12 out of Portland.
Tho 14 passenger boots, tho first of
which will bo put on or around Sept.
1, will bo in addition to thoso noted.
Thoso passenger liners, which will bo
palatial, will clear- out of Puget
Sound points nnd San Francisco and
will nil bo used on tho Far Eastern
A regular routo-botwecn Puget
Sound points nnd San Francisco and
tho wost coast ot Suth America Is in
Other nllocntlon programs for tho
benefit of Pacific Coast ports now
nro being drawn up and will bo an
nounced from tlmo to tlmo, tho Ship
ping Hoard s-nld.
LONDON, Fob. 2S. (By Mall.)
Jacob Epstein, American ticulptor,
has sot London talking by tho exhi
bition of bis Btatuo of tho Risen
Tho Savior is roprosonled by a
moro than Hfo sized stono figure,
boarlng tho wrappings of tho tomb.
Tho arms nro freo and tho right hand
la hold upon a lovol with tho breast
whllo tho loft hand points to tho
wound In tho palm caused by a nnll
ot tho crucifixion.
Tho body Is slender and nnae
contuatod, and tho effect of sllmnoss
Is1 intensified by tho long lino of a
portion of tho grnvo clothes hanging
from tho right arm to the ground.
Tho face Is grnvo, grave and dlgnl-
flod, with a, small chin, a high ridged
but dollcnto noso nnd tho suggestion
ot n board. Tho head Is square and
high, polsod strongly upon a slim,
Tboro Is nothing of tho conven
tional sottnoss of fenturo so gonoral
In tho Italian ropresontntlon of tho
'Kvory man has his own Idoa ot
Christ and I havo tried to oxpross my
Idea In stono," said tho sculptor.
"Thoi head Is not a racial hoad, It
Is nolthor Jowlsh nor Kuropoau. All
tho groat Italian Chrlsts had some
thing of humanity In thorn, some
thing universal. That Is what I hnvo
nlinod at, to picture- Christ first of
all a man,"
Gifts to Women
Jiffy-Jell Users Need Them and are Welcome. See Below
Jiffy-Jell made with Sun-Maid Ualslns or
None Such Mince Meat. Made with
Style C Mold-Pint Size. "
t J PitiumS
f a Pineapple
Crushed to Flavor One Jiffy-Jell Dessert
Here is one example of the wealth of fruit
tit Jiffy-Jell desserts.
Wc crush pineapples in Hawaii fruit too
ripe to ship. TJic juice of half a fruit is con
densed and scaled in avial to flavor one pint
Vet the whole dessert costs but a few cents,
ready at your call.
So with eight rich fruits which come in Jiffy
Jell. All arc made from crushed fruit, all are
abundant. All come- in liquid form, condensed
and scaled in glass a bottle in each package.
" Real-fruit flavors in bottles
Mark this Jiffy-Jell distinction. Note how it
d'ircrs from old-style quick gelatine desserts.
li'Ty-Jell alone has these bottled fruit-juice
J iffy-Tell desserts arc fruit-made dainties,
r'di in fruit. The fruit taste is not mere flavor
and not artificial.
People need fruit daily. Now, when fruit is
costly, this is an ideal way to serve it.
Jiffy-Jell comes ready-sweetened. It is acid
ulated with evaporated fruit acid. A rare
grade gelatine is in it, and the fruit-juice es
sence in a vial.
You simply add hot water as directed on
package, and let cool. Th'en a package of Jiffy
jell serves six people in mold form, or twelve
if you whip the jell.
Yet this fruit-made dainty, rich in fruit, costs
a trifle. It costs less than serving apples.
Try Jiffy-Jell in various fruit flavors. Try lime
fruit flavor for a tart green salad jell. Try mint
for a mint jell to serve with meats.
Learn what these dainties mean to you. Compare
them with old-style desserts of this type.
We offer you choice of several 50-ccnt molds if
you will do this, and at once. Cut out our oiler so
you won't forget.
Ten Flavors in Glass Vials
Bottle in Each Package
Mint Lime Cherry
Orange Lemon Cotfec
Individual dessert molds
Style (The tame in pint size Sryle-C
In assorted styles of alumi
num, sue to the set. The six
will serve a full package of
4 Jiffy-Jell. Send S trade-marks
for thi fix assorted.
f rim i
ill Fli ..
Jiffy-Cup for measuring
An aluminum half-pint cup.
Fill.twice with water to dissolve '
one package Jiffy-Jell. Use as
an exact cup measure in all reci
pes. Send-2 trade-marks for it.
-- Teaspoon oize - .
"WniRcgers C'Son AA
Silver Dessert Spoons, teaspoon size, in a favorite pattern of Win. Rogers
kilver plate, guaranteed 20 years. For the first spoon send 2 trade-marks,
plus 10c for postage and packing. Then we will offer you the balance'of the set
Free to users
Cat oat the (g) trade-marks in thf circle on the
front of Jiffy-Jell packages. Send S for any pint
mold or the-Set of Six Individual Molds. Send 2
for the Jiffy-Cup, or 2 and 10c for the Spoon.
The pint molds are .as follows all aluminum.
Style B Pint Mold, heart shaped.
Style C Pint Mold, fluted as above.
Style D Pint Salid Mold.
9 Style E Pint Mold with pinnacles.
-. .r. Style B
....Style B -x
i...Set ot Six
. . .Silver Spqoi
Send 5 circles
for any pint mold
or the set of sir.
Send 3 for JWy
Cup. Send I and
10O (or apoon.
Jiffy Dessert CI. MAIL
Waukesha, Wis. THIS
I enclose... trade-marks
frtr wliirti Cnr1 fTii frtffo T ?
check at side.
& fei4.3 -
Enclose 10c for postage and
packing on the spoon alone,
HONOLULU, T. H. Mar. 5. (By
Mall). United Statos naval radio
station at Wnllune, six miles from
horo, has established a world's ro
cord Tor handling trans-oceanic traf
fic, nccordlng to tho station records.
Tho Wallupo senders fnul receivers
handled 24,000 words In ono day re
cently this total being exclusive of inter-island
business and ship-to-shore
Recently tho Otter Cliffs station
In Mnlno was reported to have set
tho paco for tho remainder of the
world with 13,000 words handled in
ono day. Tho Wallupo station aver
aged that much during December,
averaged 15,000 words In January
and, say officers, if tho present pace
is kept up, will jun close to an aver
ago of 20,000 words daily for February.
PAWNEE ROCK, Kan., Mar. 17.
Aftor 19 years of use a sot ot har
ness which cost $49, recently was
sold by the owner here for $50.
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Taking Lunch Here
ft!' I S
610 Main Street
is a pleasure that many discriminating women
allow- themselves. Our special menus and ser
vice, as well as our special prices, please both
their taste and their purses. Step in when you
are in the neighborhood and try our special
Ladies' Luncheon Service. We know you will
enjoy it so well you will come again.
The Jewel Cafe