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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 7, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
WEDNESDAY, APIUIi 7, 102O
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DO YOU KNOW THE ADVANTAGES
OF A FIRST NATIONAL SAFE
WELL In .lie (I I'M plmi' II nrfdids joii n Kiifc place (
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xlct'l mill (iiiicirjc.
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IS VEItV SMALL
ue First National Bank
Teaching and preaching amid the mows of the
Asdic and the jungles of Africa
Tending (he lick on five continents s colossal
Samaritan ministering to suffering humanity in super-tilion-ridden
regions, where the only hospitals are
Teaching India's millions to impound their waters
against coming drouRht, showing Urazil how to plow
its land, and combating Bolshevism in the mines,
lumber camps, and congested areas of cities
This is how the Presbyterian Church is helping to
make a better woild.
partner in this magnificent enterprise.
What can the church count upon from
you in the financial canvass April 25
to May 2?
All4nJtht ntartll Pnthyltrian Churxh
If you Aav no rtiular p.'jc of uioriltip
New Era. Movement
Cooperating with lntercUurch World Movement
BUYERS OF LUMBER
l'OUTLAND. Apr. 7. According to
i liulUitln JiiHt issued by tlio West
Const Lumbermen's association, tho
12K mills loprosonted In it; roport
liuuln total rati HhlpmontH last wcok
or 22 IS earn, or over 07,110,000 root,
mid now business accepted wuh 811,
IIO.DOS fool, ot which Gl.9ri0.000
will movo by rail and 2,210,810 will
bo delivered locally. Of wntor shlp
montH, 10, 2110,03 I foot will bo export-
Domestic and Imported
Now on Display.
Perfect Fit Guaranteed
CHAS. J. CIZEK
I 518 Main Street
I JM fliB I
Give ConsecraiedDollavs J
Home or Abroad
the church stands
back of civilization
Church hns alwavs
been forward in evangelism
and social service. It seeks
to turn men to God and to
uplift life in every commun
ity it touches.
oil and S,983,7rir, foot will go to do
Tho report tmyH:
"Railroad buyers coiitlnuo among
the moil (iciii'o factors in tho lumber
trado. They are making heavy pur
chases rci'iilnrly. Whllo railroad
bualnuHH la lirlBlc, demand for yard
stock and material for Industrial con
nit action continues good.
''Ah a result, mills aro maintaining
a high average of production. Tho
cut at 12S mills for tho woolc ondod
March 27 was 80,373,705 feet, which
was only -1,290,20 foot, or 4.74 por
cont below normal. Tho prospect for
export business 1r particularly prom
ising -"The car situation tins not chnngod
in tho Inst few wooks. In tho Inst tour
yenra tho frolght trafllc of tho rail
roads hna incronsod 4C por cont, ac
cording to latq ostimatos, but tho su$J
ply of engines and cars has Increased
only 2 por cont.
"Tho mills nro doing nil thoy can
to satisfy tho Insistent calls of east
ern ond mlddlo westoru markets for
lunihor. Tho 128 mills ropiesented
in tlio roport linvo a bnhuico ot 10,-
170 cars, or 314,280,000 foot ot un
filled rnll ordors oh their books."
MORE IMPORTS OF
GALVESTON, Tox., Apr. 7. Tho
oil Import trado through this port
contlnuos to increase.
Figures mndo public by tho Galves
ton customs houso show that lit pros
sont 07 vessels, including tugs and
barges, nggrogntlng 100, SOS net tons,
woro ongagod In coastwise nnd for
olgn oil commorco during tho month
ot Fobruary. During Jauuury, 79
vossols wore in tho oil-carrying trado.
Ono billion dollars represents about
4,000,000 pounds ot gold, or 2,000
tons. Four hundred fivo-lon trucks
would be roqulrod to transport this
sum, and thoy would form a lino
about tour miles long.
V'ARJUNflTON, Apr 7.- Ilmntitirs
today may lie dencrlbod aa an linpos
ItiK monument to tho dead glorloii of
tlio (lerinau merchant innrlrui, nc
(ordlng t CiiiihiiI Francla It. Htow
ni t, who was dclallud by tho Amer-
Ic.tii coin mission In Itcrlln to invcHti
gate conditions at tho former premier
Uurinnn port for that body. A roport
from Mr. Htowart detnlllng tlio ro
milts of h In Inquiry Iiiih Just reached
tho department ot commerce.
"A short trip through tho hurbor
quickly discloses what n graveyard
the port lias become," tho consul ro
ported. "Til nil and lighters are tied
up hero and llioru, apparently for
gotten. One small crulKor rests, de
nortod, alongside n pier; electric
cniucn am motionless on unused
doikn; floating elevators and docks
aro moored in rows, probably In read
iness for delivery to the nllles.
"The giant Illsmarck (CO, 000-ton
Hamhurg-Amorlenn liner) floats at a
flttlng-out pier without n sign of life
on hoard and from u launch no now
work rould bo Boon In any of tho big
shipyards. Tied up to another pier
In the outer hnrbor Is tho former At
lantic record-holder, the steamship
DetitHchlaud , relic of tho war, painted
a deep bluck over-all, with spots of
wblto showing hero nnd thoro whoro
passing craft havo scraped her sides,
ii grim reminder of tho glories once
held by the German morchunt fleets."
Regular service Is being maintain
ed with Holland, England and North
America mid lines wero about to start
service for Spnln and South America,
but tho "free port" Is apparently
dead, Mr. Stewart reported.
ML FAGTO R
OREGON AGRICULTURAL COL
LEGE, Corvallls, Apr. 7. Personal
ippearanco Is of vital Importance to
:i young woman In the business world,
according to Miss Helen Leo Davis,
head of the department of household
art. Keen business won nsbert that
personal appearance is ono of their
determining factors in choosing em
ployees from largo numbers of appli
'Ily experience and observation,"
says Miss Davis, "employers havo
found personal appearance to bo an
accunito Indicator of tlio working
habits, ability, stnto of mind and at
titude toward life ot employees.
Young women with a careless, hur
riedly gotten together appearanco
have been found to bo restless, to
hao disorganized habits of thought
nnd of work, to lack punctuality and
roro'ln details, and to ho generally
inefficient, whereas tho person neat
ly, app-oprlately and becomingly
groomed possesses exactly tho oppo
site qualities. Sho Is thorough, meth
odical, accurate, painstaking and de
TEXAS COTTON IS
MENACED BY PEST
GALVESTON, Tox., Apr. G. The
cotton Industry is facing prospects of
a loss of ?129,000,000 annually
through tho pink boll worm pest,
according to u roport by entomolog
ists of Texas A. & M. collcgo, to the
Texas chamber of commorco hero.
"It Texas does net tako prompt
stops to eradicate this pest other
cotton-growing states will impose a
rigid quarantine against Toxas cot
ton products," Walton Potoot, man
ager of tlio agricultural dopartment
ot tho chamber ot conunerco said, in
making tho report public.
"Infestigntlon has boon found in
Louisiana just across tho Toxas lino.
Rigid qunruntino measures havo been
"Tho pink boll worm appeared at
Ilonrno, Toxns, In 1917. Tlio pest
was ontlroly wiped out by abandoning
cotton cultivation for two years.
"In Mexico tho annual loss from
tho pink bool worm Is 20 por cent ot
tho crop; In Hawaii GO to 90 por cent.
In Egypt tho yoarly loss is $1G,000,
000." IDAIT Wnoksome, Cleansing,
UEl Relreshlng and Healing
.Lottos Murine for Ked
nesi Soreness. Granula-
lUHLi uor tne tves or Eyelids:
let th Movki, Motorinr or Coll
conMenc. Aik Your Druggist
in iroar Ero Netd Can.
I your conMer
1M whtn voar Eves r
twist' By Kttntdy Co., Chicago
"NEW YORK. Apr. 7. A big slump
In tlio mouse market is reportod
from Columbia University whero
largo stocks of the little rodents nro
used for experimental purposes.
Quotations for mice havo fallen far
below pro-war levels and many
breeders havo been forced out of
business, according to Dr. Francis
Hosts ot mice wero required dur
ing the war for medical experiments
and high prices offered for them by
tho government stimulated tho j
breeding of these animals. When
tho armistice was signed tho broilers
wero caught '"long" on mice and
thoy found themselves carrying a
heavy overload ot n useless com
modity. This situation in tho mouso mar
kot is disclosed In Dr. Wood's an
nual report as director of the
George Crocker Special Research
Fund, mailo public todny. This fund
wns created to conduct scientific
cancer Investigation and ninny mice
'not used for experiments nt Colum
bia University nro shipped to other
laboratories. As ono means to re
duco tho surplus, tho directors ot
tho Research Fund havo attempted
to ship some of the mice to tho Pa
thological Institute of tho Imperial
University of Tokjp.
In Germany tho children aro taught
if thoy aro good and mind their par
ents, nnd aro truihful and kind to
ono nnothor, a white haro will steal
into tho houso on Easter ovo, when
ovorybody is nsleop, nnd secret any
number of gnyly-colorod oggs in tho
cornors of tho room. A search in tho
morning soon reveals a nest filled
with Eastor eggs.
PRICE OF MICE
I 610 Main Street
"If you want to know whether you
are destined to be a success or a failure
in life you can easily find out
The test is simple and infallible.
ARE YOU ABLE TO SAVE MONEY?
If not, drop out. You will lose. You
may think not, but you will lose as sure
as you live. The seed of success is not
in you." James J. Hill.
WE PAY YOU TO SAVE
Klamath State Bank
The Daylight Bank
Corner Sixth and Main
a good dependable Electric Service is one of the
important factors in community building .
WE BELIEVE it is a valuable asset to a community
to be able to offer reliable Electric Service at an
attractive rate to industries seeking location
WE BELIEVE this asset is a direct benefit to eveiy
citizen of that community
WE BELIEVE the responsibility is delegated to the
Serving Utility to make eveiy reasonable effort to
insure adequate and reliable Service for all purposes
required within its territory
WE BELIEVE the mere name of the Company
serving is not material the value lies in the actual
California-Oregon Power Co.
WASHINGTON, Apr. 7. Amalga
mation of department stores In Eng
land is noted in official trado reports
roceived horo as tho latest develop
ment of a tendency toward combina
tion in each branch of England's na
tional industries. Big stores, espec
ially those in tho moro inportant
cities, aro combining through pur
chase or consolidation nnd already
it has becomo apparont to some ob
servers that business soon will bo
Take Breakfast here if you must "eat out."
We serve the most deliciously fragrant and
flavored coffee, the lightest of griddle cakes, the
freshest of eggs, rolls, etc.
No matter if you have breakfasted because
you thought you had to eat something. Breakfast
here and you'll do so because you'll like to.
The Jewel Cafe
concentrated in the control ot a tew
The American Chamber ot Com
merce in London reports that ono ot
the largest department stores of that
city recently absorbed three compet
itors and has branched out in South
America through tho opening ot n
largo establishment in Buenos Aires.
"The value of advertising as a
selling force is becoming moro real
ized in England," the report said.
"This movement towards amalgama
tion is not expected to destroy com
petition, though It may tend to uar
now its scope."