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TUESDAY", At'ltlli 13, 1020
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
SENSATIONAL PICTURES OF THE U-BOAT WAR SHOW ALLIED SHIPS TORPEDOED ! !
1 1 1
Motion IMituro taken kImmhI the Herman "I" lloat !W the pet
Mili-son craft of the Kaiser anil showing for the flit lime the
manner in which vessels were sent to the bottom and the hardship
forced upon the. boys fighting tlie .submarines, nro now in the
United States, nml wilt lu Minivn at the liberty on Tlnirxlii.
These pictures, which were taken to show tlie Kaiser tho way Ills
giants of the sea were working, iic.v captured by English Mib
chasoi-s after a running fight in which the "V" :Ut was raptured,
and it is by special permission of the Hi It Mi Admiralty that these
iuarelous mld-conu j.cwn wilt be glion to the American public.
Some time ago pros dispatches to tills country sturtletl the world
with the announcement of the capture of these films, ospoelnll) made
for the Kaiso.1, ami American tilm men lost no time in .sending
agents to tlie other .side to get prints of the emoted prle.
Critics claimed the submarine film to be the greatest of the war.
There Is nothing faked about it. The rolling of the Gorman craft
in mid-ocean, together with tho actual stopping of ships and the
verdict to "get off" and the -search for plunder, and finally the end,.
arc all shown in detail In the great submarine film drama.
"My Kuropean agent.s spared no evpeiiso In getting this great
film," ;ild Mr. Price, head of the (orpijratlou which seturtMl the
pictures.. "As soon as I read the dispatches of the English critics,
1 decided that American film fans would demand to see In actuality
Just what the 'I" boat campaign realty meant.
"Th-oughont tlie war the dread of the .submarine was manifested
on the first page of all dallies, unit hariowlng were their accounts.
In man) Instances we wore Inclined to bellee that the Morion of
the sinking in mid-ocean of the lnrgivt of up-to-date craft were
gieatl) ovaggeiatod. .Now that we hae tlie I'llui In our jhissesslou
1 am willing to admit that the aetouuts as retched In this country
were founded upon fait and not fiction.
"The film has been In New York for the past two weeks, and
during that time I liae had lit least sK naval officers look iiier
tlie greatest of war motion plcttiios. Kach and oery one of those
Ameilean ofliecrs ttaelel the high seas In seaitii of the German
sub. 'These officers declared the film to be the most sensational
ami staitllug elileure of the I'-boat methods.
"One of the officers told mo that a talo went tlie rounds that
the Kaiser had equipped his 'V boats with motion picture machines
so that tie could gloat oor the manner in which they winked.
It was a .standing order to bring the film to sumo port eioi-y so many
weeks and that the prints were rushed to the. Kntscr."
The "L"' :t.l. which was duhhed tho flagship of the Kaiser's
largest squadron of .submarines, hud one of tlie best-known Gorman
mnuufiuturod motion plctuie machines at the lie.lm. The com
mander saw to it that there would be no action until the man at tho
camera .should gie the wind ready. In this way tho groat
submarine film was bora.
The "L" S3 was commanded by I. leiitonaiit. Commander Ariiauld
de la t'orlere, tho son of i French officer raptuvil dining tin'
i-iauco-l'i.usslmi war. At the. end or the war lie remained In
tieimany, became a iiaturallml citlon and wan led n Gorman
woman. Altogether Perloro In lielloiid to lone been roip""-'"'"
for the sinking of about U0 ships with a tonnage of ."W ,. 'i'lio
ciulse In which the pictorial roooril was secured was made In April,
HUT. 'tho film shows thai forlorn sank ships in very woiknmn.
like way. tin was a great lelleei- in tils au.potuulrr gun, nml
gomwally oponiMl flro at ,00 jatiN. When tint ship liml
siiiiondored, In ono case after a fight of sl hours, she was sunk
either by gunfire or by n bomb. Some of tho hlilps went down
In less than two minutes.
Attacks on a number of ships mv shown and eory one of them
wimt to tlie bottom. The captains or some of the sunken ships are
soon on board tho submarlno tal.lug ooniso on tlio deck, liut there
Is nothing to show what happened to the civws.
Kxcijthlng is done to show that life iiIiimmI a Mlblimilnc pirate
Is not without it.i happy moments, 'the crew of the IMW uro mvii
swlmmhig in tho Mediterranean, ami oWdently much cruMug was
done on tho surface. When the schooner ".Miss Munis' was Mink
some of tier cargo of tuillcs was seemed to augment the sub
marine's larder. One scone shows the commander of the I'-H.T
delecting from n copy of l.lowl's Heglster the names or the boat
Mink. Tho IteW Is last soon reluinliig In triumph to her base
at Trieste. ,
SUMMONS FOR PUltLICATIOX
Equity No. 1175
and debarred from asserting any WOMAN SITS WITH SUGAR MILLS RUN
! ve ,:Se,ifrofPiaSrrcoasu( ISLAND DEMOCRATS DESPITE STRIKERS
In thD Circuit Court of the State oil and disbursements Incurred in this
Oregon, Tor Klamath County. Isu "nu lor ?ucu laer. "u '""aer
? .. -. -.. i -i.. it , i relief as to the Court may seem
N. H. Bogue. Plaintiff, vs Howard equltabIe.
Larkin. E. H. Larkin. E, Howard, Thlg summons ls served iy. pub.
Larkin, Rolln Larkin. Rolland Lar- llcation thereof, in the Evening
kin, Lewis R. Larkin. Gertrude Alle-, Herald. a dally newspaper, printed,
man, Edna T. Beardslee, Iota E. pllbllshed and of general circulation
Larkin, Ralph Larkin. the unknown , Klamath county. Oregon, by older
heirs of the persons above named. ,of the HonorabIe D. v. Kuykendall.
and all persons unknown having or Jud of the above entuled Court
claiming to have any r ght. tit e . made d eecuted AprU 12, iu0t
estate or interest adverse to pHl.itlff which sald order reauIrea that tnl3
in-or to th real property described sllmmons h nubilshed once a wok.
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i for sis weeks. The date of the tlrst
In the name of the State rt Ore- publication cf this summons is . pril
gen: ' 13, 1920.
To Howard Larkin. E. H. Larkin.' R. C. OROESBECK.
E. Howard Larkin, Rolin Larkin,; Attorney for Plaintiff.
Holland Larkin, Lewis R. Larkin, Address Klamath Falls, Oregon.
Gertrude Alleman, Edna T. Beards-' Aprl3-20-2"-4-ll-lS-25
lee, Iola E. Larkin, Ralph Larkin,' m
the unknown heirs of the p3nonsj 0ne-cont Sale this week. 3t
above named, and all persons un-;
known having cr claiming to have i
any right, title, .estate or inter?.t i LOOKING FOR SITE
adverse to plaintiff In or to the ieal(
property described herein, Defend- FOR PALACE HOME
.You are hereby required to app-J-r I T,.,,r.v.,v. .,. ,,
and- answer the Complaint Mm! , EDMONTO.N, Alta., Apr. 1.5.
against you in the above entitled Trying to find a place 'in which to
suit, on or before May 25, 1920, that establish a home worthy cf a fortune
being the last day of the tim- pre- f 40.000.000, Mr. and Mrs.
J our. campueii oi acouauu nave leit
idrnonton for Prince Rupert. Then
of this summons. And if 'you fail
to answer or appear, fpr want thore-
oi. me piamiu t.ui appiy to tr.e they Jlimp to California.
Court for the rel ef prayed for in .lis .. . , , ., . , .
complaint on Me herein, to-wt: Th taIe of the Campbells reads
"Situate in Klamath County, O-o- 1'fco fiction. Leaving their Sccttish
gon; Low Five (o) and six (o) o! homes vears ago they went out to
ship Forty-one (11 "-nth Ri-' during the war, opportunity camo
Eleven (11) East, of Willamette Mo- tnelr way and they sold out all their
ridian, tonta a ng Om- hundred ,,,.,
Fifty-eight ucd Six Hundredths lnceresls-
(158 06) Acrr3. , I
And that ycu be forever enjoined One-cent Sale this week, 3t
Bun; wit i-ve ia aim six to; e: Homes vears ago mey w
Section Eigbtaen (IS) and Lot- Siv j Here they acquired
(6), Seven (7). Eight (S) and Vno ., ' ...
(9) cf Section Seven (7). in Town tations and other holdin
QUALITY PRICE SERVICE
Think that over when you buy tires.
QUALITY A quality that is in harmony with
the name that goes on more tires than any
other name in -the world.
PRICE A wide range beginning with the low
est that you can possibly pay and get A-l
value for your money.
SERVICE We have these tires ready for
you. We not only give you tires that
are your money's worth and more hut
wo show you how to got oxtra miles
out of thorn.
AUTO BLUE BOOK
MANILA. P. I.. Apr. 2, (By Mail).! HONOLULU, T. H.. Apr. 2. (By
Tho Democratic Insular convention! Mail). Despite tho fact that the
hero April 10 for the first time In the - Japanese federation of labor stands
history of American politics in tho firmly by Its walkout order. Issued
Philippines will have a uomr.u sit- lute In January In nn attempt to forco
ting as an Insular party convontkr. up plantation labor wages, tho sugar
delegate. Mrs. A. D. Williams has . mills on the six Island of Oahu plan-
been selected as committeeman from tations affected aro increasing tholr
SIMMONS l-'i ' ' t
EQUITV XO. 1 1 ;
Kahuku mill recently was reportod
.on full time, 24 hours dally, while
the Mountain province.
Indications are that the six dole
gates to bo sent to the Democratic
national convention at San Francisco; tho others aro running from 12 to 1G
from the Philippine islands will bo hours. Tho planter say they hnvo
E. R. Manley, national committee- more than 2,000 stilkobreakers in
man; Justice P. M. Molr, E. J. West- tho fields, exclusive, of another 2,000
erhouse, A. D. Glbbs, William H. i Filipinos who have returned to work
Anderson and Dr. S. W. Carson. ; and tho hands who refused to walk
Among those mentioned for niter-1 out when the Japancso federation
nates are Frank L. Crono, formerly and the Filipino union declared a
director of education, Maurice Low-1 strike.
enstein, president of the Pacific Com-' At the tlmo the general utriko on
mercial company, Mrs, E. J. Westor- Oahu was called it was estimated
house and Miss Bessie Duyer.
, that approximately
S.000 men quit
AGIUCeitLTIUSTS START I
LEGISIjATIVK COMMITTEE ! Vegetarianism tins a distinguished
advocate in tho Duchess of Portland
SACRAMENTO, Cat., Apr. 12. who' hPshl U0,K strict tebtotalor,
Premanent headquarters have been ! nover eats m0!U or flsl-
established in Sacramento by the' -,
California Agricultural Legislative, state convention of farmers and fruit
committee and will bo in charge of growers held In Chlco last Novombor
R. N. Wilson, formerly farm advisor 'and will seek to initlato and oncour-
of Riverside county.
ago legislation to protect the hortl-
This commltteo is the outgrowth cultural and agricultural interests of
of a movement started at tho annual tho state, an announcement said.
Former Emperor, to Whom Regent Is Said
to Have Offered Throne of Hungary, and
Little Son Who Would Be Crown Prince
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Former Emperor Charles and Crown Trlnco Otto
In tho Circuit Court of the State
lot Oregon, for tho County of Klam
K. W. Roberts, also known as)
Elijah W. Roborta, Plaintiff. )
Charles Hartsdn, also known as)
Clias. llartson and S. J. Hart-)
son, his wlfe: also all other pur-)
sons or parties unknown, claim-)
lug any right, title, estate, lien.)
or Intorost In tho real estnto do-)
scrlbod in tho complaint liuruln.)
To Charles llartson, also known
ns Chan, llartson and S. J. llartson,
his wlfo, nml to all other persons or
parties unknown clnlmlug any right,
tltlo, estnto, lien or Interest in tho
real estnto In tho complaint and
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
You and oacu and all of you aro
hereby summoned to appear nnd
rnswer tho complaint fllod ngalnst
you In tho abovo ontltleil suit with
in six (fi) weeks nftor tho first pul
llcatlon of this Summons In tho
Evening Herald, a dallv nowspapor
published nt Klniuath Falls, Klam
ath county, Oregon, and of general
circulation In said County nnd State.
And you will tako notice that if
you fall to appear nml nnswor or
nthorwlsn plead -within said time,
tho plaintiff, for want thoroo, will
nnpl)' to the above untitled Court for
tho relief doiuantled In his complaint
filed In this suit as follews:
For a decreo of snld Court rnmov
Ing'all clouds from tho tltlo of the
real prnnorty herein described, and
determining all ndvorso claims of
tho dofendiints, or any or oithor of
thorn, or any other porsons or par
tics therein, and quieting tho tltlo
of tho following described lauds In I
tho plaintiff herein:
Lots Fourteen, Flftoon nnd Six.
teen In Section Thlrty-flvo alio tho
Northwest (Junrtor of tho Southonst
Quortor, South Half of tho South
oast Quarter and the West Halt of
Section Thirty-six, nil In Township
Thirty-nine. South of Raugo Eleven
and ono half Enst, of Wlllnmotto
Meridian, also Lots Eight, Nino, Fif
teen nnd Slxtoon of Section Two In
Township Forty, South of Range
Elovon, East of Wlllnmotto Mnridlnn,
and containing 050. S!) ncros;
and declaring said plaintiff to bo tho
nbsoluto owner thereof In foo sim
ple and that defendants, and each
of thorn, and all other persons, bo
forovor enjoined and debarred from
assorting any claim wlintsoevor in
or to said lands adverse to tho
plaintiff horoln, nnd for such othor
or furthor relief as to tho Court
shall scorn meet and ngrconblo to
This Summons is published pursu
ant to an Order of the Honorablo
I), V. Kuykondnll, Judgo of tho abovo
entitled Court, made on tho 29th
day of March, 1920, and tho first
publication thereof Is mndo in tho
Evonlng Herald nn tho 30th day of
March, 1920, and tho last publica
tion on May U, 1920.
- J, H. CARNAHAN,
Attornoy for Plaintiff.
SAYS "YANKEE" IS OF
I CHINESE ORIGIN
I CHICAC.O, April 13 Tho nainu
'Yankee" came from u Chluumi
phranu "Yang Jung," by way of East
India, where the words wcro cor
rupted to Vang (loo," according to
Tub Yi Hshleh, Chinese labor leader
who recently airlved hero to estab
lish relations with thu American
Federation of Labor. "Yang (leo"
means ''you aro a young forulgner."
Mr. Tub believes tho word Ynn
keo was first applied to Now Eng
enders by English or Dutch sailors
who had learned the phrase in the
HOME FOR OIltLS
Dispatches from Geneva, Switzer
land, stato that Admiral Horthy, Ro
gont of Hungary, has secretly but
officially offorod tho Hungarian
throno to formor Emperor Charles,
with tho assurance that everything
had boon arranged for tho return of
tho Jlnpsburg monarchy with tho
consent of tho majority of tho popu
lation. Admiral HorUiy, It Is de
clared, has invited the former stilet
to como to Budapest as soon as pos
slblo, .adding that tho question with
tho allies In connection with tho
movo could best bo arranged from
the Hungarian capital, Tho former
emperor, who is living In Prnnglne,
Swltzorlund, is said to bo apparcctly
hesitating as to his courso niul has
not left Pranglns. Charlos succeeded
his' great-uncle, Franz Josef I,, Into
in 191 C, as emperor of Austria and
king of Hungary.
CHICAOO, Apr. 12. -A homo for
telophono girls with numorouH rec
reations will bo ostnbllshod hero
soon, A flfty-slx room apartment
building, to house about eighty girls,
ls bolng converted by tho telophono
company, Into a boarding house.
The dormitory will havo a largo sor
vlco kitchen, dining room, laundry
nnd a numbor of sowing rooms.
Each apartment will bo furnished
with a phonograph or a piano.
NOTICE IXVITI.M1 PROPOSALS
TO rt'ltCIIASE SEWEIt IIOXDS
Scaled bids will bn received by tho
Common Council of tho City of
Klamath Falls, Oregon, until Mon
day, tho 10th day of May, 1920, at
the hour of S o'clock p. m. of said
day, at tho City Hall In thu City of
Klniuath Fain, Oregottr nf which
time and place proposals to purrhaso
will be opened and considered, for
tho purchnso of $ii0,73r. 00 City of
Klniuath Falls Oonornl Obligation
bonds, pnynble 20 yearn from datq of
Issue, bearing a ralo of Intorost not
to exceed 0 per cent per annum, In-'
terctit payable semi-annually, princi
pal and Intel est payable at tho Ore
gon Fiscal Agency In Now York,
Htate of New York, or at tho olllco of
tho Treasurer of said City as deter
mined by tho purchaser and tlm
Common Council. These bonds am
to be Issued In deuomluatloiiH of ono
thousand dollars (1000.00) inch,
nml to bo numbered from ono (H to
llfty-ono (fil ) Inclusive. (
Said bonds aro to bu Issued In pur
suance of Ordlmtnro No. -198 of tho
City of Klamath Falls, Orogon
Said bonds are to bu lustful for the
purpose of Installation of n Sewer
Systom In tho territory known ns
Mills Addition or said city. In accord
nnco with thu plans, npoclllcatlnns
and estimates of tho City Engineer
on file In tho olllco of thu Police
Judgo of snld city. Each proposal
to purchaso said bonds must bo nc
rompnnlod by a chock of fi per cunt
of tho amount of proposal, rortlllod
by Bomu responsible bank payable to
tho city of Klamath Falls, Proposal
must bo Healed and ondoriod (pro
posals to imrchnsu Sowed bunilH.)
Said bonds tiro to bo sold for cash
paid down nt ditto of dollvory. Tho
Common Council of Bnld city to ro
sorvo tho right to rojoct any nnd all
proposals to purchase said bonds.
uated at Klniuath Falls, Oro.,
April 8, 1920.
Slgnod, A. L. LEAVITT.
Apr. 8-May 8.
Dr. Maud Ingersoll Ifnwloy
First National Bank Building
Entrance., Room 5
It is calculated that 30 of ovary
100 brides hovor between tho ncos
of 20 and 25, whilst only 13 out of
ovory hundred nro botwoon 1G and
0, From which it would appeal-
that around "Bwcot 10" ls not, after
all, tho ago at which tho fascination
of women Is most IrroslBtiblo,
Glvo Us a Trial
KJaumth Falls, Oregon